Deborah Warfield
1941 - 2020
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Deborah Gray Warfield
November 18, 1941- September 1, 2020 Deborah Gray Warfield, born November 18, 1941, Nutley, NJ. Daughter to Virginia B. Gray Warfield and Roy N. Warfield.
Deborah graduated from Edison High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1959 and continued her education at Berkeley Business School. Her first job was with House Beautiful Magazine; highlighted by attending the 1961 Inaugural Ball for John F. Kennedy and accompanied by her date from West Point. She finished her career as Director of Operations at Meals on Wheels (10 years).
In 1962, she was married to Bruce Nelson Lundberg and blessed with two sons, Kurt R. Lundberg and Erik B. Lundberg, daughter-in-law Marina Lundberg, Alyssa Lundberg, granddaughter.
She is survived by her sisters, Jill Belmont and Nancy Warfield who also reside in Fairfield County; brother-in-law Richard Belmont, their children, Holly and Dominic Errico, deceased nephew Christoper Belmont, Nicole and Matt Weiss and Kyle Rogers. Great neices to Isabella and Gianna Errico and Mason Weiss.
Services will be closed to the family. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be sent to St. Jude Hospital for Children with Cancer.

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Published in Greenwich Time on Sep. 3, 2020.
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September 9, 2020
Deb was my first friend when I moved to Greenwich in 1978. We shared so much together. We had so many fun times, and were also there for each other during family weddings, funerals, etc. More recently, we did not spend a lot of time together, but we certainly were and always will be in each other's hearts. I saw her at MOW, waved as she passed in her little car, and ran into her on the Avenue. She was such a thoughtful and loving person and friend. My condolences to her sisters, children, and family. Deb, your memory will always be a blessing.
Sharon Milbank-Holmes
September 7, 2020
We were so saddened to hear that Deb passed away. We met Deb when we volunteered at MOW. She was always a cheerful face greeting us in the morning as we gathered to pack and deliver meals. As time passed she became a friend. Wonderful lady, she will be missed.
Rennie and Linda Minchin
Rennie and Linda Minchin
September 4, 2020
I was just informed of Deb's passing. To say I am shocked doesn't come close what I am feeling. Our friendship goes back to the late 80's - and when my husband passed away in 2004 Deb talked me into volunteering at MOW, which was a godsend. I loved Deb like a sister. She was a beautiful, kind and caring soul. Rest in peace, sweet Deborah ...
Jerri Lovallo
Kalamazoo, MI
Jerri Lovallo
September 4, 2020
We are so very sorry for your heartbreaking loss. Deb was a great lady!
With love, Fritz and Kathy
Kathy Weiss
September 4, 2020
My dearest sister, real love is unconditional. You were a special kind of person who never judged me for life’s ups and downs. The kind of sister that always listened and gave with all your heart. When I was small I couldn’t wait for you to come home from work. I thought, here’s my big sister, beautiful, happy to see me and I was so proud of you! My blessed sister, I will always love you with all my heart! God, watch over her.Love, Jill
Jill Belmont
September 3, 2020
My dear sister Deborah I love you so! I will miss you until we meet again. I loved that you always gave me unconditional love all of my loved me any which way I came. ❤ Nancy
Nancy Warfield
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