Debbi attended Oklahoma City Public Schools and later Norman High. In 1996, she married Charles "Chuck" Wilmot, and their love was evident throughout their happy marriage until Chuck's passing in 2019. They were soulmates, deeply devoted to each other. Together, they were blessed with three children, who in turn gave them nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Debbi was a loving and caring person who cherished her family and friends dearly. Her ability to balance work and family life was truly a blessing to those who had the privilege of knowing her. She had a warm and welcoming nature, making everyone feel at home in her presence. Her passion for helping others led her to partner with her daughters in running Encore Boutique, a business that brought joy and blessings to all who visited.
Over the years, Debbi was actively involved in her community. She volunteered at A Life of Service, an adult care facility founded by her daughter, and later moved in with her daughter Lisa to help care for the elderly in their home. Afterward, she resided with her daughter Lori and son-in-law Erick, becoming a pillar of support and love for her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and anyone who needed her comfort and guidance.
Debbi was preceded in death by her parents, Pearl Aileen Knoll and Dale Regene Sullivan, her brother Bobby Sullivan, sister Dora "Lucy" Wood, nephews Mike and Lance Skaggs and Carson Dennis, and her beloved husband Charles "Chuck" Wilmot.
Her presence will be deeply missed by her sister Nancy Peterson and her children: Lisa and Bryan Benge, Mickey Wilmot, Lori and Erick Sanderson. Debbi's legacy of love and kindness will continue through the lives of her cherished grandchildren: Dakota and Belinda Benge, Mikayla and Mike Sikes, Aubrey Wilkerson, Tai Odom, Benny, Evan, and Isabel Sanderson, Chelsea and Chrissy Wilmot, as well as her great-grandchildren: Chris and Quinn Sikes, Oliver Patterson, Bonnie Jo Wilkerson, Benjamin and Bella Sanderson, and Moses and Madeline Benge. Additionally, she leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends who will always hold her memory close to their hearts.