Deb enjoyed singing, traveling, and being with her family. As an accomplished singer, she sang at the Vatican, Notre Dame in Paris, and for Pope Benedict. She also sang with her church choir in Florida. She was a member of the St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Community and worked in Medical Sales. She is survived by siblings: Candy MacTavish, Fred House, and Teresa (Kevin) Graham; a brother-in-law: Ed Vossler; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased in addition to her parents, by a sister Lorraine Vossler, a brother-in-law Darryl MacTavish, and a niece Heather MacTavish.
Friends are invited to a graveside service on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 at 11:00 am in Yorks Corners Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider Memorial Donations to the Hart Comfort House, 141 E. State Street, Wellsville NY 14895 or to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To leave online condolences, please visit www.embserfuneralhome.com.
So sad to hear of Deb's passing. We were childhood friends , and I couldn't of asked for a better friend. You will not be forgotten nor your laugh. My thoughts and prayers to Candy, Theresa and Rick. RIP Deb momReplyDelete
My condolences to the family.ReplyDelete
Deb was a great gal. I never knew she could sing! I would have loved to have heard her. RIP Deb! I will always remember your smile!ReplyDelete
My father , Leo Johnson, and Debbie’s mother were cousins. Debbie and her siblings are my cousins. I remember her from different church-related activities in Whitesville. I haven’t seen any of them in many years, but I remember her fondly. We were the same age. I feel sad that she has passed away. Please accept my sincere sympathy.ReplyDelete
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Candy, please know you will be in my thoughts and prayers. So much love, Joanie GelattReplyDelete
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