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Debrah K. Hollen

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Debrah K. Hollen

AGE: 51 • Monmouth Beach

Debrah K. Hollen, 51, a longtime Monmouth Beach resident, passed away on Friday, March 24, 2017. Debrah was born in Camden, NJ to Elaine K. (Anthony) and Russell T. Hollen.

Debbie brought so much light and joy to everyone whose life she touched. From her early life in the theater, to her hospitality and management career that took her from New York to Tokyo to Jamaica to Rio, to Chicago to California, to her passion for her scripts, novels, constant stories, photography, and inventions, to her always love of her restaurant management profession, and her most cherished life as mother to her beloved children, she created laughter, art, food and warmth and compassion for everyone she touched.

Debbie is a graduate of Red Bank Catholic High School '83 and Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Recreation and Leisure '87.

She is predeceased by her parents. Debbie is survived by her children who she loved more than the stars love the moon; Gradea, Patrick and Heather Lappin of NYC, her sisters; Cynthia Hollen of Hollywood, FL, and Christine Hollen of Arcata, CA, her nieces; Emily and Jennifer, aunts and uncles; Heather Geren of Burlington, Iowa and Shirley Seibert of Pennsylvania, James Hollen of NJ, Charles and Dick Hollen of Carroltown, PA, her Scottish family in Dunblane, London, Bristol and South Africa, Helen, Jimmy, Alex, Eileen, all of her cousins around the world, and many, many dear friends who were also her family.

A memorial gathering will be held on Thursday, March 30th from 6-8pm at the Braun Funeral Home, 106 Broad Street, Eatontown, NJ 07724. A time of memory sharing will be offered to family and friends at 8pm. Interment is private.

Memorial donations in Debbie's name may be made to; AutismSpeaks.Org.

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Published in Asbury Park Press on Mar. 28, 2017
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