Debra Garrison

GARRISON:  Debra Anne

Peacefully at home on Monday November 28, 2022 at the age of 66 years.  Daughter of the late John M. & Anne (Slote) Garrison.  Loving sister of John H. and his wife Pam.  Dear aunt of Kirk and his wife Barb, and Kristina.  Cherished great aunt of David, Adison, Kyle, Richard, Nikita, and Dylan.  Great great aunt to Lincoln, and Anastasia.  At her request cremation has taken place and burial of cremated remains will take place with her dad at Mount Zion Cemetery.  As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the West Haldimand General Hospital Foundation.  Arrangements by Hyde & Mott Chapel, Hagersville. www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by Maggie & Bill Dougherty on
To all my Cousin's.. Bill and I are shocked to hear of Debbie's passing. Although we haven't talked lately, I will miss her dearly, and will cherish, the many cards she made for me. Rest in peace my very talented woman. I will also cherish her memory.
Love to you all,

Maggie and Bill
Posted by Pamela Garrison on
Hi Maggie. Thanks so very much for your condolences. Deb died suddenly in her apartment. She was in the hospital for 13 days came home on Friday and passed early Monday morning.
Again thank you for your condolences.
Posted by Patty Smelser on
I am so very sorry to hear of Debra's passing! She was such a nice person and very enjoyable to chat with. . We will all miss her at IDA. Your family has my sincere condolences. RIP Debra.
Posted by Rob And Kim on
We knew Deb From The Laundromat . Always Had A Nice Time There.I Remember Christmas 2007 I Told Her My Favourite Christmas Movie Was Rudolph.She Said Me To.The Following Week Came In The Laundromat And She Gave Me An Avon Rudolph Reindeer That Talked.We Still Have It And When We Get The Decorations Out This Year We Will Most Likely Have Some Tears.May All The Peace Surround You Debra.
Posted by Beverly Lunney (Vivian) on
My brother, Douglas, told me the sad news of our cousin Debbie's death after he spoke to Steven. I want you to know how often our grandmother talked about you both, John and Debbie, and how much she loved you. She was delighted at Debbie's creative talents especially so because Gaggy was so skillful herself. When Debbie visited me in my school Art class, I, too, appreciated the pleasure Debbie found creating. Unfortunately, distance kept us from connected better.
God bless you all at this sad and challenging time.
Love Bev Lunney , Laurie Pebesma (Lunney), Daryl Lunney
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