Hi Taylor, you don't know me, but I worked with your mom when she was at CEC. She carried a gamecock keyring and one day i asked her about it because I'm from Greenville SC and I have family that graduated from there. She said, very proudly, that you went there, so she was a Gamecock. I really enjoyed knowing her. My condolences to you and your family.
Please forgive my late response, but I am only just learning of Deb's passing. I got to know Deb as she was networking and we met multiple times for coffee talking careers and family. For all she accomplished personally, she was clearly most proud of her wonderful family. My condolences for your loss.
I miss you, Mom. I love you so much and wish you were physically here with us. It has been extremely hard going day by day without you. I wish you could just come home.
To the Family,
I'd first like to apologize for the delay in sending these heart felt words. I only found out about your loss today.
I was Deb's assistant at Ameritech from 1996 until the doors of Eziaz closed. This news hits me very very hard.
Deb will always hold a special place in my heart. My prayers go out to all of the family.
Dear Family members,
I met Deb during an interview with ManpowerGroup a few years ago and stayed in touch with her on an off. Deb was a class act. She was passionate, smart, kind and interested in making the world better.
I am so sorry to hear of you losing her.. She had a bright light that should not have been
extinguished so soon.
My deepest sympathy for your great loss,
I didn't know Deb very well, but I was able to speak with her and get to know her at a conference in Puerto Rico for CEC. She was a wonderful, kind-hearted woman with an amazing spirit. My condolences go out to all that knew her, she truly was a great person.
My heart was heavy when I heard of Debbies passing. I have wonderful memories of her as a childhood friend. I will continue thinking and praying for the entire family. I know that you will miss her presence,because she was loved by all of you. In friendship, Norene (Costa) Peterson
I was deeply saddened by the news of Deb's passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.
Deb was a great leader and a generous, kind and insightful human. I feel honored to have known her. What a terrible loss. Sending thoughts and prayers to her family and friends.
In my opinion a sign of a great leader is one who when he or she visited the workforce, the employees were always happy. When she visited our campus, we all looked forward to it.
She always bragged about her kids.
My deepest sympathies go out to Deb's family.
Deb was a force of positive energy. She'd usually be in the office by 5:30am to get the day rolling at a fast pace. My thoughts and prayers go out to her loved ones.
While I did not personally know Deb, I had the pleasure of working at Career Education Corporation with her. Deb's leadership was highly respected at Career Education here, and her shoe collection was notorious! :) My thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends, and coworkers.
Sincere sympathies. What a woman! I hope to be able to drive up from Kentucky for the memorial.
I never met Debbie, but I have known her mother, Jackie, for many years. I will always remember Jackie, telling me about Debbie's accomplishments, over the years. My deepest sympathy, to her husband, and children, and to Gene and Jackie. May her soul rest in peace, and love and prayers, to her whole family.