David, I am so sorry for your loss. I have such fond memories of Deborah and her kindness to me when I was a freshman at Grinnell. I also have wonderful memories of serving with her on the cheerleading squad of the off-campus IM football team, a silly venture we took somewhat seriously. My thoughts are with you and your daughter.
Eric and I just learned of your loss. We all spent many happy hours together at Grinnell, and we were all better people for the times we shared.
With great memories and deepest sympathy
Renee Garrick and Eric Queen
She always brightened the day whenever we ran across each other on campus at Grinnell. I particular remember seeing her during meals in Cowles.
I am so sorry, David.
I remember her as a young wooman filled with joy and happiness. She loved being outdoors.
David/Elizabeth - my deepest condolences. Deborah was always a great friend and class mate way back when... If there is anything I can do to help David, please just say the word.
Though its been many years I can still remember Deb and you from the college days. My deepest sympathy for your family.
David and Elizabeth:
I grew up with Debbie and Joy (lived 2 houses away) and shared many a kick the can and capture the flag game with then. Debbie was a smart, beautiful underclassmen. I smile when I think of the times I spent with the Conard family.
Dear David and Elizabeth,
We are all so sorry for your loss. I so enjoyed Debbie's company when our children attended The Baum School and we had a chance to chat. She was a lovely lady.
Our deepest sympathies
The Lowy - Rudski Family
I am so sorry for our loss. Please know that you and Elizabeth are in my thougts and prayers.
My deepest condolences for your loss.
David and Elizabeth,
I am sorry for your loss. Wendy
David, my thoughts are with you and your daughter during this trying time.
So very sorry
Sweet Deborah: You are so loved by so many. Remembering all our walks, all your doggie treats, all your stories we so enjoyed. A gentle soul who took part of the sunshine with her, yet brightened the sky with a new star.
Debbie was one of the kindest people it has been my privelege to know. My children and I have so many fond memories of times we spent with Debbie in past years. She loved all of us and her passing is a very sad blow to us. She was an exceptional human being in so many ways and her passing is a terrible loss to every life she touched in her own unique way. We go on loving you, Debbie.
I am so sorry to hear that Deb is gone. She will be missed by all the people and animals who knew her. A sad and shocking end to an unfinished life. My prayers are with her daughter and the dogs who loved her, as did we all. I pray that she has found peace.
David, I'm stunned and saddened.
Sad to hear Deborah's death. She was one of my last farewells when I moved from Allentown to Charlottesville 2 months ago. We had many good walks and conversations in the Park with the dogs.I share the sorrow of all friends and family.
David and Elizabeth, We spent many mornings walking with Deborah, Leo, Daisy and Joe here in the park and have some happy memories of the international stories she shared from her youth. We extend our heartfelt sympathy, prayers and hope that she is reunited with Leo in the green grass of the Heavenly fields. With kindness, love and understanding, Vince and Jane DeMichele