Born on October 9, 1952
Departed on August 25, 2017
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Goodbye, Cousin Debbie. I’ll always remember your kind nature and sweetness. And your love for your favorite Uncle Ed. You’ll be with us always.
Debbie, I’m so sad you are gone. I hope you are in a better place and reunited with all the family that has previously left us. Love you. -Amy
So sad to hear of Debbie’s passing. She was a very caring friendly person. My condolences to her family. She is at peace now with God and the angels.
Deb worked with the Beacon City School District’s transportation department for 15 years. She was hired as a bus driver on August 27, 2002. While working as a driver, she grew to love the transportation field and working with the district’s students.
Deb trained many of our drivers over the years, and was both a 19-A Certifed Examiner and School Bus Driver Instructor. In these roles, she played a major part in the training and continued certification of the drivers and bus monitors for the district.
Deb cared deeply for her students and co-workers. She always went the extra mile for her friends and co-workers, making sure that birthday cards and get-well cards alike were signed, sealed and delivered.
She will be deeply missed by the many people she touched here in Beacon.
To Deb’s family…Deb was a recent member of our association…she has left behind now a legacy of warmth and sharing, a tradition of learning and excellence…those she touched in our NYAPT family were struck by her honesty and caring for all…we offer our prayers and thoughts to you and we remember her with affection…thank you for sharing her with us
My dear friend, I will miss you terribly. I’ll remember all the fun times and adventures we had over the years. You are now at peace and with your Mom and Dad. You’ll always be in my heart. Love you always, Debra, Mom and Dad.
I thank God for knowing this feisty, generous, whole-hearted and deeply caring teacher and mentor. Deb put her all into everything she did.I have been honored to call her friend, co-teacher and co-worker. She leaves behind a void, both professionally and personally that no one could ever hope to fill. I will miss her dearly. Love you Honey!!
I miss you, Deb. You were a good friend and always there when I needed help. I wish there were more I could have done for you during the last three years, but you were never far from my thoughts.
To Karen: Thank you so much for keeping me informed. If there is any way I can ease your burden at this difficult time please call me.
We will always keep Deborah in our hearts. It was so wonderful to have Deborah as our neighbor and friend for the last 24 years. She was always so caring and loving to us and our dog Apache. We will always miss her. She is no longer sick and she is at peace and with
You will be miss for your kindness and generosity. You always had a smile and kind word for everyone, even during your saddest times.
I know that you have been reunited with your mother, who you have missed terribly. I believe you are at peace. I will miss you my friend xo
I was very saddened to hear of your passing recently. You were such a good friend back in our time at ZSLI, and I am thankful to have known such a beautiful person inside and out. I am only sorry that I did not keep in touch better. I will miss you, my friend. You were truly an Angel on Earth. God Bless You, Deb.
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