Deborah “Debbie” Lee Underwood Nash

Deborah “Debbie” Lee Underwood Nash

November 13, 1952 - November 1, 2019

Deborah “Debbie” Lee Underwood Nash

November 13, 1952 - November 1, 2019


Deborah “Debbie” Lee Underwood Nash went home to Jesus on November 1, 2019 at age 66.

Debbie was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 13, 1952, the third of six children. She graduated in 1971 from John Overton High School in Nashville. For many years, Debbie was an alcohol and drug treatment counselor, and had a compassionate heart for her clients. She loved her Lord, her family, and her friends fiercely, and enjoyed spending time with them all.

Debbie is survived by her daughter and son in law, Dezerae and Keith Spacek, cherished granddaughter Anika Spacek, mother Billie Jean Martin, brothers Buddy (Ramona) Underwood, Mike Underwood, and Joe Martin, sisters Janice (Ted) Lauer, and Renee (Guy) Reed, beloved nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends.

A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday, November 16, 2019 at 1:00 pm at Green Hill Church, 13251 Lebanon Rd, Mt. Juliet, TN 37122. A visitation fellowship will be held immediately after the service in the church fellowship hall.


  • Date & Time: November 16, 2019 (2:00 pm)

Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: November 16, 2019 (1:00 PM)

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4 responses to Deborah “Debbie” Lee Underwood Nash

  1. Dezerae, you are in our prayers.

  2. Debbie graduated with the Overton Class of 1971. She lived her life helping others. Lifting the family up~ gone too soon. 

  3. Sorry for you family loss. But it’s heaven’s gain. I never met Debbie but have heard about her. May God comfort you all. God Bless

  4. She would spend a week or two with me in the summer and I would go to her house. One year we moved to Paragon Mills Road to a country house, but we had horses. I didn’t know anyone in the Neighborhood and they all lived in big new houses. While she was there I met everyone and we had the best summer. She said just because they have a bigger house, you have good family, friends, horses and maybe more money than them. I know you are happier than them or they wouldn’t be hanging out over here. I really think they were there because of her. When she was so sick, she was always positive, cheerful, praising the Lord and talking about how wonderful her family is. Love our talks and love you Debbie and praying for the family. Love you cousin, Linda.

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