Deborah Kay “Debbie" Seaton, 65, of Darden, Tenn., passed away Friday, Sept. 3 at her home.

She was the former owner of  two Subways and a Chester's Chicken. She had formerly been employed with Food Giant for over 20 years.

She is survived by her husband, Eldon Seaton, of Darden; a son, Shannon (Karen) Seaton, of Parsons; a daughter, Candice (Kent) Nation, of Darden; three sisters, Sherry (Steve) Brown, of Jonesboro, AR, Vicky (Alvin) Gross, of Dale, AR and Angela (David) Williams, of Newport, AR; six brothers, Billy (Barbara) McCarn, of OK, Pewee (Diane) McCarn, of Osceola, AR, Donald (Beverly) McCarn, of Osceola, AR, Jerry McCarn, of Champaign, IL, Ricky (Becky) McCarn, of Harrison, AR and Robert (Tammy) McCarn, of Kizer, AR; sister-in-law and special caregiver, Sandy (Willford) Hayes, of Darden; sister-in-law, Wanda (Charles) Linebarger, of Bryant, AR; brother-in-law, Danny Seaton, of Burdette, AR; and brother-in-law, Dewayne (Tracie) Seaton, Burdette, AR. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Hayley and Jacob Seaton and Nolan Nation.

She was predeceased by her parents, Robert E. McCarn and Dorothy R. Dixon McCarn; a brother, Bobby McCarn; and three sisters, Louise Richardson, Peggy Crews and Shirley Henderson.

Her funeral service will be held at Reed's Chapel, Decaturville, Tenn. at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 5, with Harrell Nation officiating. Burial will follow at Bear Creek Cemetery in Parsons.

Visitation will be Saturday from 4-8 p.m. at Reed's Chapel - Decaturville and on Sunday from 9 a.m. till service at Reed's Chapel in Decaturville,

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