Debra “Jayne” (Toney) Wolski, 40, born June 1, 1980, to Robert “Bobby” and Teresa Toney, passed away June 20, 2020, in Elkins. 

 Jayne leaves her daughter, her stars and her moon, Daisy Jayne Wolski; her Parents, Teresa Toney, Bobby Toney and Michelle Wilson; brother, Robert “Willie” Toney and wife and their children, Ashley, Braxton, Tressa and Ivy; and grandmother, Margaret Ann Toney.  She is also survived by the Wolski Family and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Angela Sullivan and Alicia Bailey were Jayne’s soul sisters and partners in crime. Jayne also leaves behind Aaron Al-Shabeeb, who came into Jayne’s life to give her and her family unwavering care and love in the way an Angel would. 

In heaven she will be reunited with her precious twins, Liam and Jude; grandpa, Robert “Bob” Toney; papaw, Garry and mamaw,  Totsy King; and other friends and family. 

Being close to the people she loved was important and lived most of her life in Elkins. 

Jayne attended Elkins High School, class of 1998.  Jayne’s true friends brought energy to her soul and fueled her wicked sharp sense of humor. 

Jayne studied holistic healing and modern medicine to advocate for all that needed comfort.  You knew where you stood with Jayne and she was not afraid of a fight.  She loved lavender, metal music and an adventure.  She found joy in animals, fancy food and yard parties with a bonfire. She smiled the brightest and laughed the loudest.  She lived 40 harrowing years carefree.

Jayne believed in God and counted her blessings. Her greatest blessing was Daisy.  Jayne showed Daisy how to be fierce in the face of great pain and sadness. 

Jayne passed her extraordinary strength and courage to her daughter so that Daisy, like Jayne, could live her life to the fullest on her own terms.  Jayne made her own rules, either because of or despite, her 20-year daily battle with Lupus. Because of Lupus, Jayne hurt constantly, appreciated deeply, hoped desperately, loved openly and lived passionately. 

An outdoor celebration of Jayne’s life will be held Saturday, July 11, starting at 5 p.m. at Elkins Funeral and Cremation Service in Elkins, Ark.

In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to the American Heart Association American Heart Association, P.O. Box 841125, Dallas, Texas 75284-1125.

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