Deborah Jean Lofstrom
BEDFORD, N.H. - Deborah Jean (Antonelli) Lofstrom, 48, of Bedford, N.H., formerly of Lowell and Derry, died yesterday, Jan. 12, at a Manchester hospital. She was the wife of Dean R. Lofstrom, to whom she was married for 16 years.

She was born in Lowell on Jan. 20, 1955, a daughter of Henry A. Antonelli, Sr. and Lorraine (Regan) Antonelli of Bedford, N.H. She graduated from Lowell High School.

Mrs. Lofstrom lived in Lowell, and then resided in Derry for four years before moving to Bedford 14 years ago.

Mrs. Lofstrom had worked for 13 years at Hannaford Brothers' Colby Court store in Bedford, in a number of capacities, most recently as a pharmacy technician.

She was a parishioner of Saint Elizabeth Seton Church in Bedford.

Mrs. Lofstrom enjoyed cheering on her son Garrett at his sporting events, including basketball, baseball, soccer, and golf.

She was an avid fan of basketball and had been looking forward to joining the West High School Booster Club next year, when her son became a freshman.

Mrs. Lofstrom loved spending time at the beach, including evening walks with her husband.

Besides her husband and her parents, she is survived by a son, Garrett Ian Lofstrom of Bedford, N.H.; a stepson, Derek Dean Lofstrom of Bedford, N.H.; two sisters, Catherine J. Antonelli of Portsmouth, and Sharon L. Gray of Hudson, N.H.; a brother, Henry A. Antonelli, Jr. of Lowell; a nephew, Jonathan Gray of Hudson, N.H. She also leaves several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.

She was the sister of Patricia L. Antonelli, who died in 1999, and Linda M. Antonelli, who died in 1988.

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Published by Lowell Sun on Jan. 13, 2004.
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To the Lofstrom's & Antonelli families - I was sad to hear about Deborah. But as I thought about some of the crazy things we did when we were in the band together as well as High School, I found myself smiling, she had that special ability to make everyone around her laugh. I guess God has other plans for Debbie! I know she will always be remembered!! You are in my prayers.
Darlene Morris
January 25, 2004
With deepest sympathy to the Lofstrom and Antonelli families.
Debbie and I attended Sacred Heart School together and I remember all the fun times we had at her house and at O'Donnell park. She was a lot of fun. Peace and prayers for her family.
Debbie Callery Lessard
January 19, 2004
I am so sorry to hear of Deborah's death. My prayers are for your families continued strength during this and your upcoming trials. She was a wonderful person full of love and life. She will be sorely missed by all who were blessed to know her. My heart goes out to your family that has suffered so much loss! I will always remember her smile and contagious laughter. She was truly a wonderful angel who stole the hearts of many! My condolences to her son and husband who she so dearly loved as well as her Mom, Dad, sisters and brothers.
Remember that she will always be there in your heart, watching and guiding you along with Linda and Patricia for the rest of your days, until you meet again.
With great sympathy,
Doris Petrucci
PS...Debra, Place one more bet for me!
Doris Petrucci
January 14, 2004
Our deepest and sincerest sympathy
to the Lofstrom and Antonelli families.Your grief is shared by many.
Steve (Stuss) &Jane Sousa
January 14, 2004
To The Antonelli Family;
I was so sorry to read about Deborah in the Lowell Sun. Please Know you are in my thoughts and prayers for all your family has been through over these last 5 years.
My Love to all of you.
Judy Collins Minton
Judy (Collins) Minton
January 14, 2004
All the weekend cookouts
Jimmie Maloney
January 13, 2004
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