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Dear Fred, Jim, Christine, and Jeannette,
I am so sorry for the loss you feel for Debbie. She truly was a fantastic person. I will miss her.
~ Steve Timmer - January 20, 2020
Fred, Jimmy, Jeannette and family, Gine and I are so sorry for your loss. We will always have fond memories of Debbie and the good times at the Christopher Club. May your memories of a wonderful wife, mother, and grandmother bring you comfort and peace. Eternal rest grant unto Debbie O Lord and let your perpetual light shine upon her.
~ Forst & Gine Elliott - January 19, 2020
So sorry to hear about the passing of Debbie. She was a wonderful part of the Class of 1970 at St. Agatha. My sincere condolences to Fred, Rich, Tom and the entire family.
~ Mike Sweeney - January 17, 2020
I was able to spend some time with Debbie at the October reunion. We spoke, and laughed, about old times and old friends. She was a gem, an incredibly strong and amazing woman.
She will be missed. May she rest in peace.
~ Deborah Bound - January 16, 2020
Deb didn't know a stranger! She had such a wonderful gift of making everyone feel like family. It was obvious to anyone who knew Deb, that there was nothing she loved more than her own family. Some of our best memories were spent with the Oyer family at the Melody Pool and of course dances at the Christopher Club! I am going to miss that welcoming smile of yours and our little talks.
~ Hamilton & Krista Martinez - January 16, 2020
Thinking of all of you, and our prayers are with you, your family and ours had many good times together. Debbie was a fine person, and always happy and smiling, she will be really missed by all.
Our love to all.
Mary and Henry
~ Henry and Mary Fortuna - January 16, 2020
My dancing friends and I knew Debbie from the Christopher Club. We enjoyed many Friday evening dances at the club that Debbie and Fred had for the Singles.
She always had a welcoming smile to greet us as we arrived for the dances and chatted with us. The Friday evening dance was a bright spot in my week. Thank you, Debbie, for the wonderful memories!
~ Stephanie Ireland - January 16, 2020
Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers as you mourn, cherish and honor Debbie. With sympathy, Penny and Kevin (Josh's mom)
~ Penny Chandler - January 15, 2020
Dear Fred and family -
Please accept my deepest sympathy at this time. I know these last years have not been easy, but in and through them Debbie showed everyone what strength, faith and total determination really is!
I will always remember Debbie as a friendly and upbeat lady who also happened to be a tremendous, tough and competitive athlete. I think even her eldest brother Rick was afraid of her!
Please know of my prayers and support at this time asking God to welcome Debbie into the light and peace of heaven. Debbie, and all of you shared the same wonderful and solid upbringing we were privileged to have growing up where and when we did. Her eternal home will even be better!
Blessings and Peace!
Class of '68
~ Brian Chabala - January 15, 2020
I remember how fun Debbie was in elementary school, playing softball! It appears she was always an athlete:) Great life as a teacher and coach!
~ Toni Seghi(Gierak) - January 15, 2020
I was so glad I was able to visit with Debbie at this last All Class Reunion. We were able to share some nice Aggie Memories.
My Sincere Sympathies to the Oyer and Walsh families.
~ Mary Johnson - January 15, 2020
Our hearts go out to the family as she touched so many of our hearts.
~ John and Linda Rudd - January 15, 2020
My deepest sympathy to your family you truly fought the good fight , I met Debbie at Melody she was a good listener and a sweet lady RIP .
~ Mary Allen - January 15, 2020
My sincere condolences to you Fred, the children and the rest of her family. I am so sorry to hear this. My prayers are with you all at this time. May God wrap his loving healing arms around all of you. Sending my love with those prayers to you.
~ Sherry Oyer Crotts - January 15, 2020
So appropriate that Debbie was elected Homecoming Queen at St. Agatha. She carried herself so well. Everyone loved her. She was tall and athletic. I remember when St. Agatha played an inner-city public school in girl's basketball. One of the girls on our team, Linda Mizner, was playing hard and getting most of the rebounds. At halftime, Linda went into the restroom. A very big public school player went charging in after her. A crowd gathered outside the door. Debbie went in and stood between Mizner and the very large girl. "I don't want you. I want her" she said. "Ya but you got me" said Debbie. End of the problem. Calm restored. Debbie did not do drama. She understood loyalty and team. Debbie was strong. She was dedicated to family and friends. She was a real lady and will be missed. I was honored to be her teacher. RIP.
My condolences to her family on her death to this life. My congratulations as she enters into Heaven. Alleluia!
~ Jim Goebel - January 14, 2020
RIP dear friend.
Family, please know that Debbie will be so missed. She touched my life in such a special way. One of the best teachers my kids had, she played such a huge role in their growing up. My love and thoughts and prayers are with you all.
~ Julie Smith - January 14, 2020
I’ll forever remember Debbie in my memories as a kid at Melody. She was always so sweet, even if I was getting myself into trouble. Thinking of the family ??
~ Brandi Rother - January 14, 2020
My Aunt Debbie was such a big part of my life growing up. My sister and I spent a lot of time with her and Uncle Fred even before they started their family. My sister and I were even in her Wedding. It was the only wedding I was ever in to this day. What can I say about my Aunt Debbie. She was strong, smart, always knew what she wanted in life. Was a very understanding person. I never once heard her complain about anything. I can still hear her voice in my head. She always reminded me of the way Oprah would talk to people. She would listen to people and understand what they were saying and share her thoughts about any situation with you. Never judging anyone or any situation. Just sharing how she handled situations and what she learned about life with her claiming voice. She always taught her daughter's and son to be strong people without being over powering. To try and try again. And to stand on your own two feet. One story I will share with people that stands out in my mind to this day is this. When her first daughter was going into grade school Aunt Debbie and Uncle Fred lived in Ann Arbor . Which I always thought was such a cool city to live in. Any way I remember asking Aunt Debbie is she was nervous about Jeannette going to grade school. Aunt Debbie said " Oh no I am going to teach her how to get to her school and and she will walk every day to school." " I will just point her in the right direction to the school" . As she pointed down the street. When I brought it up to Aunt Debbie years and years later , she laughed and said no they did not walk to school that young. But the point of the story is she always wanted to share with me not to be worried or scared of anything. Even your first child going to grade school. I myself was a mess sending Emily off the grade school the first year. Aunt Debbie taught me not to be scared and to face things head on. That was the kind of person she was. She was also loving and kind to everyone that knew her. I never once every heard anyone say she was ever mean to them. And when Jeannette had her first baby and I was at her shower. One of the gifts my Aunt Debbie gave to her was her baby blanket from when Jeannette was a child. That is how thoughtful she was. I have story after story about my Aunt Debbie. I know I could write a book about what a wonderful Daughter, Wife, Mother, Aunt, Teacher, Coach, Boss ( owning her own business for years) and friend she was to everyone that knew her. I call myself eclectic in my spiritual beliefs. When I think of my Aunt Debbie and all the things she was as a person it reminds me of being eclectic in life. She was such a well rounded person and did so much in her life. The one thing she was in every aspect in her life was loving and kind. I am blessed to have such a great Aunt like her. I will miss her so much. I never want to lose the sound of her voice in my head. It was so soft to me. I will recall her voice in my head all the time so I will not lose the memory of it. I love you Aunt Debbie. Love Angela
~ Angela Tiano - January 14, 2020
So very sorry for your family's loss and for all that Debbie had to suffer through. May God grant you peace as you go through this very painful time.
~ Rose Bruno - January 14, 2020
Fred and family, Hold on to your memories and let them guide you during this time of sadness. Continued prayers for comfort. Love & Hugs!
~ Judy Stimac - January 14, 2020
We are deeply saddened by your loss. Debbie was a true example of a strong, loving woman. She was my go to in dealing with my mother in law and I always appreciated her advice. There is peace in knowing her suffering is over. Fred and family we send prayers of comfort to you all.
~ Cheryl Fox - January 14, 2020
Condolences from Pat and Jane Brown in Farmington,MI. Our prayers and thoughts are with the Walsh family.
~ Pat and Jane Brown - January 14, 2020
So sorry to hear of your loss. I so appreciated the opportunity to visit with Fred at our 50th high school reunion this past fall. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
~ Len Kutschman - January 14, 2020
You will be missed by many. My fondest memories was sports with you in high school and double dating with you and Fred. My prayers and love to your family. Pat Murphy
~ Pat Murphy - January 14, 2020
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