We're, my wife and me, french poeple. (provencal)
I searched on the net to hear about what I was so afraid to learn.
I just find now the terrible information.
We're my wife and me very injured by this loss unbearable.
My english is too poor to explain what we feel.
Debby was so kind, so delicate with us.
Also always so generous and friendly with us and so much people.
So clever too. We had so much to learn through Debbie's contact.
She's a landmark for us. We'll keep her in our heart
Merci pour tout Debbie ...
We think of you, Charlie, whole-hearthedly.
I had the privilege of having Debbie as a student in several Conversation classes at Alliance Française. Besides her command of the French language, her vast knowledge and curiosity, her sense of humor and a contagious laughter made her a great asset. As Executive Director of AF, I was also lucky to benefit from her experience when she was a Board Member. She was similarly helpful with the programs we set up for ACOG.
I had lost touch with Debbie over the past few years but I do have lasting and fond memories.
Avec mes sincères condoléances.
Debbie and I worked at the Alliance together in the 80s - I absolutely adored her. Her sense of humor was unparalleled and made our long days fun. Charlie, Lara and Ashley - you are in my heart. Debbie was one of a kind - the best kind. She lives on in each of us who knew her.
I met Debbie when she and I served on the Cathedral Chapter together, and I am honored to have known her. All of you are in my prayers.
So sorry to learn of Debbie's passing. We shared some fun times in Vermont, and Faith has kept us in the loop over the course of her illness. Please know that we are thinking of you all. With deepest sympathy,