Deborah J. "Deb" Marr

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Marr, Deborah J. "Deb" SCHODACK Deb lived in Schodack Landing, N.Y. She passed away at the age of 55, after a long battle with cancer, on Thursday, March 31, 2011. Deb was at home under the care of her loving husband, Frank and Rensselaer County Hospice. Deb was born in Hudson, N.Y., she spent most of her adult life in Schodack, N.Y. She worked for the New York State Department of Labor, as a labor service representative for many years. She was a very hard worker and advanced quickly. She is survived by her husband, Frank Marr from Schodack; her grandson and son Matthew Marr his wife Kayla; and two year old granddaughter Madison Marr; her stepdaughter, Nicole Marr; and grandson, Devin Mac Donald. Also her mother, Mary E. D'Amboise form Hudson, N.Y.; her father, Ralf A Schemerhorn Sr. (deceased); brother, Ralf Schemerhorn Jr. from Hudson; her sister, Cancheta Sloman from Alabama; her brother, John Rutkowski and his wife. Colleen from Florida; her sister-in-law Nancy Rose and husband John Leighton from Schodack; her nephew, Mark Bogausch and his sons Cody and Brock Bogausch from Schodack; her brother-in-law, Peter Marr from Schodack; her brother-in-law, William Marr (deceased); her nieces, Kristy Marr from Ravena, and Jessie Marr and children, Violet Fisher and Ian Smith from Castleton. Deb had many friends and coworkers that she cared about deeply. Deb loved to go the garage sales. Cooking, baking and reading were among her favorite things to do. She loved her husband and son Matt, (when he was young he would call and tell her that he was on his way home with a few friends and could she make hamburgers for them all?) She never said no. When Matt had a friend stay over night she would give them breakfast in bed. Madison had a very special place in her heart, her face would light up when she talked about her. Deb had a very special relationship with her siblings. Deb's relationship with her Mother was a very deep and special one filled with love. Even with all that Debbie had going on in her life, she always took at least one day each week to share with her mother. Their mother and daughter bond is one that many of us would envy. She will be missed by all that knew her. Calling hours will be Tuesday, April 5, 2011 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Ray Funeral Home, 59 Seaman Ave, Castleton N.Y. A Service for Deb will follow the calling hours at 6:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Rensselaer County Hospice, 295 Valley View Blvd., Rensselaer, NY 12144.
Published in Albany Times Union from Apr. 3 to Apr. 4, 2011