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Debra Sue Rohman

19 September, 195618 March, 2020

Peoria – Debra Sue “Debbie” (Dunivan) Rohman, 63, of Peoria, passed away at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at her home, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Peoria on September 19, 1956, a daughter of Richard and Lois Ann (Gunther) Dunivan. Debbie married Steven R. Rohman on March 5, 1985 in Peoria; he survives.

Also surviving are her three children, Angela (Jake) Hagerdorn of Des Moines, IA, Amanda (Trey) Coffey of Pekin, and Rob Rohman of Peoria; four grandchildren, Allissa Picardi of Peoria, Ashlynn Hagerdorn of Des Moines, and Trevor and Addison Coffey, both of Pekin; and one great-grandson, Owen James McMahon of Peoria; one sister, Pam Van Gossen of Sulphur, LA; two brothers, Gary Dunivan of Peoria and Jack Dunivan of Las Vegas, NV; nieces, Samantha Marsiglia and Shelby Hoffpauir, whom she was very close to, both of Lake Charles, LA.

She was preceded in death by her parents; son, Jason Rohman; and sister, Sandy Marsiglia.

Debbie worked as a paralegal for the Peoria County Courthouse for many years. She loved flower gardening, hummingbirds, watching the St. Louis Cardinals, and especially spending time with her kids and grandkids. She loved billiards and was active in tournaments at Carrigan’s Pub in Peoria, I R Here in Bellevue, and Trust Me in Mossville.

Debbie was kind, caring, funny, hard headed, sarcastic and truthful, but also the most, sincere, compassionate and loving, Mother, Sister, Wife, Grandmother, Aunt, Mother In Law, and Friend. She will be missed and she will never be forgotten.

Debbie’s celebration of life gathering will be hosted by her family and will take place at a later date. Davison-Fulton Bartonville Chapel is handling arrangements. Memorials may be made to Illinois CancerCare or a charity of donor’s choice.

Online condolences may be made to Debbie’s family at www.davison-fulton-bartonvillechapel.com.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Vickie Waldrop

March 26, 2020

Steve and All. I'm so sorry for your loss and pray the Good Lord will put his loving arms around you and hold you all close and give you his peace and comfort through this difficult time.💔💔💔💕🙏🏻💜☝🏻💙🙌💞
Deb was an awesome lady and dear long-time friend and Buddy. We had a blast shooting pool league together from the early 80s up until just a couple years ago out of IR Here. Just couldn't wait for Sundays to get here!I know she missed shooting pool league and being with her friends, Girls day out Sunday Funday!
Deb may be gone from here among us, but will never be forgotten. No more pain, tears, suffering, doctors or meds. She's now in the loving arms of our Great Physician, Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! Fly high and free my dear friend, until we are reunited again! Love and miss you with all my heart. 💔💔💔 Vickie

Teresa Rohman-Hedl

March 22, 2020

Debbie was a loving, caring, and fun sister-in-law.
Even though I didn't see her and my bro Steve often, we stayed in touch.
I have some great memories of times we spent together. The pic I enclosed is from a fun memory we shared, shown with her sister-in-law (my sister) Patty, and also information on the "Hummingbird Society" I am donating to in her honor.
Love and miss you Debbie with all my heart, your sister-in-law Punky.

Danae Mckenzie-Campbell

March 22, 2020

Although I am far, I hope this reaches what is near to her. I had the pleasure of knowing this wonderful lady as one of my best mates grandmother. I am grateful for all the days and nights she allowed me to stay in her home and provide me with such a kind and warm environment while I was there. She always kept me fed and kept me entertained with her endless quirks and jokes and lets not forget the facts she had stored away about good ole micheal jackson. So many things this lady has kept from others just so Allissa and I could enjoy the time that is being young an dumb. Without her in our presence I am sure Allissa and I would have gotten into waaaay more trouble than we actually did.
Bless this woman for the great times she gave me during our time on this earth and may she continue to pass on the same joy to others in her next life.

Kathy Krulac

March 21, 2020

Such a nice person and fantastic pool player. You will be missed.


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