Debra R. Hutchens, 54, of Martinsville, IL passed away 8:10 PM Friday, May 30, 2014 at her home surrounded by her loving family. She had fought a long and difficult battle with cancer after being diagnosed four years ago with the disease that took her life. She was born December 11, 1959 at Terre Haute, IN, the daughter of James R. Farris and Sallie A. Washburn Farris. On Marshall 15, 1980 she married Charles Hutchens at the Five Points Christian Church, rural Marshall. Surviving are her husband, Charles; a son, Justin Hutchens of Charleston, IL; two daughters, Jenny (Jacob) Francis of Marshall, IL and Cheyenne Hutchens of Martinsville, IL; two grandchildren, Kaiden Hutchens and Charlee Jo Francis; a sister, Vicki Spencer of Marshall, IL; two brothers, Richard "Mike" (Yvonne) Farris of Marshall, IL and Shawn Farris of West Union, IL; an aunt, Ruby Goodwin of Marshall, IL; her father-in-law and mother-in-law, Don and Juanita Hutchens of Martinsville, IL; two brothers-in-law, Mike (Karen) Hutchens of Martinsville, IL and Kenny (Lynn) Hutchens of Marshall, IL; her special dog, Sophie and many cousins. She was preceded in death by a son, Joshua on Dec. 24, 2003 and two brothers, James Farris and Larry Farris. She was a graduate of Marshall High School and Lakeland College. For many years she was employed at Charles Industries. Debbie loved to shop, especially for shoes and purses with others and enjoyed in going out for dinner. She loved to try new recipes, but most of all she loved her family and spent as much time with them as possible. Services in honor of her life will be 11:00 AM Tuesday at Pearce Funeral Home in Marshall with Pastor Billie Ray Ulrey officiating. She will be laid to rest beside her son, Josh, at Marshall Cemetery. Visitation will be 4-8 PM Monday and 7:00 AM until service time Tuesday at the funeral home. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to Cancer Treatment Centers of America Midwestern Regional Center at Zion, IL or to Lincolnland Hospice. Debbie's family is so thankful for the loving and professional medical treatment she received at Cancer Treatment Centers of American and also for the wonderful care provided by Lincolnland Hospice and her special nurse, Gilly.