Wednesday, 21 November 2007

americanguhl

Debra Lee McClinton (25th July 68 - 15th November 07)



Debra (americanguhl) was a vibrant, energetic and talented individual and also a world class photographer in her own right, working out of New York and San Fransisco in the USA . She was an avid follower of my blog and was always asking questions about life here in the antarctic, writing poetry and generally keeping my typing fingers busy. . .I find it only fitting that she should take a place on my antarctic blog. We first (and only) met in Chengdu, China in a hostel known for its dungeon type accommodation, for a few days in the early 90's and in the last year somehow amazingly made email contact. She will be missed terribly by all who have been lucky to know her and she will always be a part of my adventure down here on the antarctic continent.



http://debramcclinton.blogspot.com/
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10 comments:

kayos said...

You have found peace now girl
Kay

Anonymous said...

I knew Debbie in high school. She was always an angel. There was no one that she wasn't nice to. Tracy

Anonymous said...

Although I did not know her that well in school, she was always so kind and friendly. Her photography was amazing!I was hoping the news of her death was only a rumor. She will be missed by each life she touched. Denise

Anonymous said...

Neal! Thanks for the kind words... She thought very highly of you and the family thanks you for honoring her! Brother Dan

Anonymous said...

My deepest sympathies to little Frankie Ray. May she remember her mom in beauty and love.

meghan said...

She will be greatly missed and I hope she finds peace. Miss and love you Deb!!!

Sister meghan

Anonymous said...

i met Debra (i knew her then as Debbie) in high school. that was 20 yrs ago but the memory of her is still so vivid. what a lovely, and genuinely kind person she was. her smile was contagious and her eyes were so warm and inviting to everyone she met. i am sorry for the tremendous loss. EP

Red said...

All those who knew you, will hold you in their hearts forever. Be at peace.

Anonymous said...

High School was so long ago, but thinking of Debbie makes it seem like yesterday. She made everything brighter. She was a loving friend. Jay

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