Deborah M. LaCour

deborah lacour

September 19, 1950 ~ May 28, 2021

Born in: Beaumont, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Deborah M. LaCour, 70, of Bryan, Texas, passed away Friday, May 28, 2021. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers.


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  1. Debbie and I shared the gamut of emotions as only those of us with Parkinson’s disease can understand. We also shared the love of all things Aggie, even attending a football game together and having a glorious time. My heart goes out to her family. I know that she will be missed at our support meetings.

  2. Debbie was my cousin, and a special part of the LaCour family. There are so many who knew her, loved her, and will miss her very much. It helps to know that she’s with Jesus, her mom & dad, and countless other loved ones.

  3. Debby was a long-time employee of Blinn College where she excelled as a history instructor and an administrator; she received the strongest support of her colleagues and supervisors. She was a “professional’s professional,” leaving the college much stronger for her leadership. We were both young faculty members in the 1980s during the pre-digital age. Debby took on the Southern Association accreditation board as she sought to put Blinn in the lead in innovative learning. She seemed to be very happy with her decision to retire, traveling and visiting with her friends and family.

  4. I met Debbie when she worked for Transportation Services at Texas A$M University. She was a joy to know and work with. She was compassionate and always worked to show her care and appreciation for those around her. She had such an Aggie spirit that made her a great fit for our customer service office. Lifting up prayers for her family.

  5. In the fall of 1985, I was a first semester freshman at Blinn. I sat in Deborah Lacour’s history class and loved every second of it. I still have a great appreciation of history because of that experience. She was also a sponsor of Phi Theta Kappa. I am greatly saddened by her loss.

  6. Deborah LaCour was a member of the three-person committee that hired me to teach at Blinn College 24 years ago this summer (I taught my first classes in June 1997). Therefore, I always felt a unique connection to her. It was a career change for me so for over two decades I have been especially grateful that she took a chance on a former engineer who went back to graduate school because he thought he might like teaching American history to college freshmen. Thank you, Dr. LaCour.

  7. Debbie was a fellow grad. student at Texas A&M. We then became colleagues at Blinn College.
    I was privileged to work with her and for her when she became a V.P. at Blinn.
    She was always a gracious Southern Lady, no matter what the occasion.
    I will miss her and God bless her.
    Harley Haussman

  8. I met Debbie through her sister, Sr. Carletta. When Carletta came to visit Debbie, she would bring my sister, Sr. Veronica, to visit me. My husband Bobby and I took them both for a ride in one of our Model A’s. Debbie seemed to enjoy it the most as she seemed to do with everything in her life. She will be greatly missed. My prayers and condolences go out to the LaCour family.

  9. Debbie and I were friends for close to 30 years. What a Blessing God Provided to Me. If Debbie was your friend she loved you through and through. I know she is in Heaven and not facing the struggles of Parkinson’s Disease any longer. Until we meet again my friend …… Thank you for being such a true friend to me Debbie. You will forever be loved and missed here on this Earth. Love, Doyle.

  10. I met Debbie when she began working with EHS at Texas A&M. Debbie always had a positive outlook, was caring and concerned for her coworkers, and genuinely shined. For a time her desk was outside my work area and we would often share inspirational reminders with one another. She will definitely be missed. My prayers are with her family. She was truly a loving and generous spirit. Your smile lit a room!!

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