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Debra Jean Clement
Dishon-Maple-Chaney Mortuary in Horton
Horton, KS

Debra Jean Clement was welcomed into her eternal home on May 21, 2022 at 5:55pm while surrounded by her loved ones and joyful song. Her family rejoiced with her as she entered into the Kingdom of Heaven, knowing that she was greeted by the arms of Jesus Christ her Savior.  Debbi was born on December 7, 1955 in the “Old” Horton Hospital, and spent a majority of her life as an active member of the community. At 13 years of age, she received a promise ring from Rick Clement, who would become her loving husband of 48 years. They were married on October 20, 1973 and together raised many children, including Charlie Bayles (Clement), Caleb Clement, Jennifer Sage Provo (Clement), Hannah Clement, Lisa Hummer, Tanisha Walker, and numerous other “bonus” children that were each loved as their own. A service will be held on Thursday, May 26 at 10:00am at the First Baptist Church of Horton with a dinner to follow. The family asks that friends and family outside the “Smitty Crew” remain at the church following the service, so that immediate family can attend a private burial. Debbi was proceeded in death by her parents, “Smitty” and Inga Smith and her daughter Hannah Clement. She is survived by her husband Rick Clement. Her children: Charlie Bayles (Mike), Caleb Clement (Amber), Jennifer Sage Provo (Chris), and Lisa Hummer (Rodney). Her grandchildren: Arizona Clement-Thomas, Dakota Bayles (Sydney), Brody Johanson, Olivia Clement, Chase Clement, Jared Eckart, Jaxon Provo, Penelope Provo, Skyler Provo, Hannah Grant (Noah), Emily Hummer, Joshua Hummer, Elizabeth Hummer, and great-granddaughter, Lily Grant. A sister, Brenda "Sis" Hoobler; three brothers, Jerry "Bub" Smith, Donald "Donnie" Smith and David Smith. The family requests that no food of flowers be sent, but rather donations to the First Baptist Church of Horton Children’s ministry and to a missions fund to be determined by the family at a later time. This will be in honor of the countless hours that Debbi committed to the AWANA program, Children’s services, and her love for missions trips. Her love for ministry had led hundreds of children and family’s to the Kingdom of God and she would be thrilled to see these ministry’s continue.

Debbi would want all to celebrate in knowing that she is dancing and rejoicing in heaven. She would say, “Don’t be sad that it’s over, be happy that it happened”. A special message may be sent to the family at


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