Born in Camden, NJ on November 2, 1969
Departed on April 24, 2021 and resided in East Point, GA
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You are my partner, my love, my heart, my soulmate. My heart aches for you.
Best wishes Nancy and family. Deb was a special person and will be missed. Prayers of comfort for all of you.
I’m so glad I knew Deb. She was a kind soul, did a lot of great work in her short life. East Point will miss her presence and her work to make us a better place.
My deepest condolences to Nancy, family & friends. Deb was such a giving person, she will be deeply missed. Rest Well.
I considered Deb to be a friend of mine. She had a passion for our community and was always available to help everyone. She had the ability to demonstrate strength, courage, and compassion all at once. The world would be a better place with more Debs out there.
Deb was a light to all that knew her. She shared her intellect, compassion, and humor. She challenged everyone and had a pure heart. She will be missed.
To Nancy, Mom and Dad A, Liz and Tom. Thinking about all of you everyday since this all started. My life changed for better the day she saved me from that moldy orange at the Kingsway lunch table. We were friends from that day on. No matter where our lives took us our bond of friendship stayed as strong as that day in our junior year of HS. There were 3 (Julie, Debbie and Kim) renting movies from West Coast Video, hanging out the at Aziz estate so many weekends and summers, talking at Taco Bell, New Year’s dinner with Uncle Tommy and Mr. A cooking 7 courses, ,Mrs. A’s mac and cheese and just being there for each other. and now there are just 2 in body but not in spirit. .Love you Debbie. .
Nancy, my heart is with you at this difficult time. This is such hard news to bear for all that knew Deb.
We have lost an amazing soul. Always welcoming to everyone and full of hospitality, kindness, keen intellect and community vision. Deb simply rocked. I will miss my friend.
If you have a friend like Deb in your life, you have a blessed life indeed. We met in Spanish I and became sisters. I am overwhelmed by the sheer number of life defining moments I was lucky to share with Deb…. 36 years of laughter and the truth. I will never stop missing her.
I was Deborah’s dentist for quite a few years. I extend my deepest condolences to her family and loved ones.
I was aware of her battle against rheumatoid arthritis. It is terrible disease. She fought it with dignity.