God's Blessings to you Debi. You live on in the hearts of your loved ones.
Prayers for Larry, Kristian and Andy, they will miss you so.
It was our privilege to get to know Debi and Larry, living across the street from each other in Kirkland, and raise our children together. Debi was a dear friend and we enjoyed many cups of coffee or tea together while our kids played Legos. Her creativity was evident throughout her home and life, and her faith was inspiring. We will miss her, but rejoice she is in heaven now.
My dear friend, Debi. So many great memories of growing up together on Bainbridge Island. Those memories are so fresh in my mind. I can still hear your laughter. You had a way of finding joy in whatever you did and brought out the best in everyone you met. You have taught me so much about being thankful in all things, even through suffering. Thank you for being my friend. "The length of our days is in Your hands, O Lord. What counts, though, is not how long we live but how we spend those days."
Rest well, my sweetheart daughter. You have lived your life with so much love and grace and great courage. You have blessed my life with more love and pride than any mother could wish or hope for. May you rest in Heaven's peace knowing you have lived life so well, and your memory will be forever in our hearts, until my darling Debi, we shall meet again. Mom
Dearest Debi- I am going to miss you so much! Your sweet smile, your love of Larry, Kristian, and Andy, and your relationship and love for your mother was special. You spirit was caught up in a body that did not function for the last few years but you never gave up. Your Christ centered life gave you the strength to hang in there for a long time. I loved you like my own daughter and while my heart aches I know you are with your loved ones now. God has a special place for the angel you were down here. Your spirit will be carried on by the boys and it is already showing. You did such a great job of raising those two young men and you were so proud of them! Love you dear, sweet step daughter.
I am sorry for your loss. May you find comfort during this difficult time. 2 Thessalonians 2: 16, 17. Deanna, Ohio