Billie Anita Durben, 74, of Port Washington passed away Sunday, May 2, 2021 at her home. She was born in Zanesville, Ohio on December 31, 1946 to the late Helen (Snode) Hill.
Billie graduated from Jefferson High School and worked as a security guard for Cyclops, EMT for 12 years, and Colonial Flag. She loved crocheting; especially blankets, she made one for all of her family members for all of their special occasions. She also enjoyed coloring and spending time with all of her animals.
Billie is survived by her husband, Daniel Durben, who she married September 26, 1998; children Ronald (Jax) Ashcraft Jr., Dianne (Chad) Miller, Thomas (Vanessa) Ashcraft, Terry (Jamie) Ashcraft, and Todd (Lori) Ashcraft; stepchildren Dana Kinney, Shawn Durben, and Heather (Charles) Richardson; grandchildren Samantha (Jason), Jared (Denise), Corey (Brittany), Jasmin, Brayden, Nathan, Evan, Kaeleigh, Rowan, Victoria, Lauren, Kase, and Jaxson; great grandchildren Mason and Scarlett.
Along with her mother, she is preceded in death by her stepfather Raymond Hill; stepdaughter Holly Durben; and her beloved brother and best friend Gary Wilson.
Her services have already taken place. The Miller Funeral Home, Coshocton is serving the family.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be directed towards the Animal Shelter.
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