2017-06-08 / Obituaries

Debra Lynn Boriack

Funeral services for Debra Clakley Boriack, 58, of Dime Box, Texas, were held on Monday, June 5, 2017 at St. John Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Texas with Rev. Dale Bohm officiating.

Debra Lynn (Clakley) Boriack was born on June 25, 1958 in Austin, Texas, the daughter of Edmond Daniel Clakley Jr. and Mary Anne (Young) Clakley. She was united in marriage to Delbert Boriack on February 25, 2012 at St. John Lutheran Church in Lincoln by Rev. Dale Bohm. Debra spent most of her life raising children and was a loving and devoted homemaker to her own children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She loved all animals, especially horses. Debra was a strong woman who was always willing to help others. She walked in many charity walks throughout the years and had participated in the Lee County Cancer Relay for Life.

Debra passed away the morning of Wednesday, May 31, 2017 in Bryan, Texas following a battle with cancer.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her son, Christopher Clawson.

Debra is survived by her husband, Delbert Boriack of Dime Box; six children, Melissa Clawson of Giddings, John “Daniel” Clawson of Bastrop, Scott Clawson & his wife, Diannia of Cedar Creek, Wesley Brown of Lexington, Tabetha Walker of Giddings and Anna Clawson of Giddings; five step-children, Christine Mittasch & her husband, Tim of Ledbetter, Josh Boriack & his wife Melanie of Lincoln, Mary Bradley & her husband, Zach of Oklahoma, Matt Boriack & his wife, Raine of Oklahoma and Michael Boriack of Oklahoma; seven grandchildren; two great grandchildren; five step grandchildren; four sisters, Janet Friudenberg & her husband, Todd of Clute, Cynthia Merritt of Houston, Kimberly Clakley of Brazoria and Sheri Jeffery & her husband, John of Kansas; one brother, Eddie Clakley of Dime Box; mother-in-law, Irene Boriack of Giddings; two brothers-in-law, Leonard Boriack & his wife Cynthia of Lincoln, and Larry Boriack & his wife, Vicki of Round Rock, as well as several nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends.

Memorials may be made to the Hospice Brazos Valley, the Lee County Area Cancer Resource Center, or to the charity of one’s choice.

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