OBITUARY

Deborah Lynn Reynolds

4 April , 19557 January , 2019

REYNOLDS, Deborah Lynn

Suddenly and peacefully ,surrounded by her loved ones Deborah Lynn Reynolds (nee Thwaites) passed at Strathroy General Hospital, January 7, 2019 in her 64th year.

Debbie was loved by everyone that came to know her. She was one of the kindest, most caring and giving persons on earth. She didn't have an easy life and had to fight every step of the way. She more often than not had a smile on her face and tried to hide her hurt from everyone, Even when she was sick, which was often, she was always a trooper and worried more about others than herself. She loved her two sons Jamie and Matthew more than life itself. Karl, her partner will miss her fiercely also. He was with her in good times and in bad and was with her at her end.

Debbie loved, and was loved by her brothers and sisters: Nelson, Sherry, Jim and Dawn.

She will be interred with her father and brother Bill at Woodlawn Cemetary.

She is going to be missed and remembered by everyone that knew her

Visitation will be held at Needham Funeral Service (520 Dundas St, London) on Monday January 14 from 1-2 pm where the Memorial Service will be held at 2 pm. Interment to follow at Woodland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Heart an Stroke Foundation or the Canadian cancer Society would be appreciated. Tributes may be made at www.needhamfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Funeral Visitation Monday, 14 January , 2019
  • Memorial Service Monday, 14 January , 2019
REMEMBERING

Deborah Lynn Reynolds

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Patricia Dowd

9 January 2019

I REMEMBER ALL THE TRIPS TO CADETS....ALL THE FUNDRAISER WE DID....WATCHING THE KIDS GROW.

NOWING THE KIND OF PERSON YOU WHERE AND MORE....

REST IN PEACE

LOVE YOU

Charlene Williamson

8 January 2019

Debbie I will miss you forever !

Daw Butt

8 January 2019

Debby was my sister. She loved shopping, bingo, knitting hats, her computer games and reading. She just liked to go , didn't matter where. It seemed she knew her time was short and wanted to do everything she could fit in a day. She loved cross border shopping even if we ended up not buying anything. She loved her job at Giant Tiger and was so sad when she had to go off on sick leave. It kept her busy and connected her with a lot of people and co workers. She loved her family and people in general. She would go out of her way to help you anyway she could.
I am going to miss you sister. There is a big hole in my heart that will never totally heal. RIP, no more pain.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY