Obituary of Deborah Arnetta Black King
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Mrs. Deborah Arnetta King was born on November 5, 1955, in Jacksonville Florida to Carrie Mae Black and Arthur Black, Jr. She graduated from William M. Raines High School and attended Hampton University. She met and married the love of her life Rev. Charles C. King, Jr. She was employed by United States Postal Service for 21 years. She was a member of Quiet Fire Ministries. She was well known for her role at Quiet Fire Ministries, pastored by her husband. She served as Music Directress and the Media Creator of CDs and DVDs. She also enjoyed making family memory books and DVDs for others as well. Deborah was preceded in death by her parents Carrie Mae Black and Arthur Black, Jr.; her brothers, Arthur James Black, Malcolm Black, Sr., and sister-in-law, Katrise Black. Left to cherish her memories is her loving husband Charles King, Jr.; two daughters, Shana Holzendorf (Ron), Shanetta King; brother, Derrick Black (Tina); sister, Patricia Black, and five grandchildren, Kalani, Imani, Chyae, Sade' and Darrius, Jr.; along with a host of other loving family members. THE MEMORIAL SERVICE IS LIMITED TO THE FAMILYTo send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Deborah King, please visit Tribute Store
Saturday, October 16, 2021
A.B. Coleman Mortuary
5660 Moncrief Road
Jacksonville, Florida, United States
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