Deborah Black

Brownville, Maine

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My sincere condolences to Debbie's family and friends on the occasion of her recent passing. I remember fondly the bubbly girl working the counter at Daggett's Drug. Warm regards, Kendall Lord

Debbie and I have an unfinished conversation. Could someone please tell me where she will be buried so I can do that later this year. I wish I had known she was sick. I'm so sorry for the loss we all have suffered.

I knew her as Debbie Daggett when she attended PCHS. She was a pretty young lady then and turned into a beautiful woman. I flew through my first cloud with Bud. Glad to have known them both. The obituary was so well written, I feel I've been introduced to her all over again. Celebrate her life every day. God bless you all.

My deepest sympathy to all of Deb's family and friends

I will miss seeing Deb. I enjoyed playing music for her at Elaines cafe .She told me that she enjoyed herself very much .I enjoyed seeing her there and performing for her. Im glad I had the chance to make her life just a little bit better in the time of great sorrow lv always HB

To all concerned - our sincere condolences. Larry and Linda Keef

When Debbie worked at Hardwood Products, she became one of our tenants and a surrogate member of our "family". We enjoyed her friendly personality. She was a great person, loved her family, and will be sadly missed. We're sorry for your loss.
Michele & Butch Kirk

My sincerest sympathy to you all. So sorry to learn of Deborah's passing. I remember those twinkling eyes and adorable smile May she rest in peace.
Love, Glennyse Harmon Mulherin

I am so sorry of the loss of a dear friend and classmate, class of 1967 Milo High School. I was happy to see Deborah this past summer at Elaine Landry's in Brownville. She will be missed. My sympathy to the family. May Deb rest in peace with the Lord.


Deborah's Obituary

Deborah Black passed away in Brownville, Maine. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on January 5, 2013.