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Debra Eileen Rainey
2 février 1958 – 6 septembre 2021
Groton- Debra Eileen Rainey, 63, of Groton, died unexpectedly at Yale-New Haven Hospital on Monday, September 6, 2021. Ms. Rainey was born on February 2, 1958 in Putnam, the daughter of Raymond and Helen (Dudek) Rainey. She was employed over the years at Ledge Light Federal Credit Union and Matrix Investment Corporation among others, but in recent years was enjoying retirement and time with her family. Ms. Rainey is survived by her longtime partner Jeffrey Apicelli, her daughters Renee and Cassandra Selby and her beloved grandchildren, Isaiah and Tyrone Mack, Ca’Leel, Cay’Vyeon and Cam’Rynn Cross. She is also survived by her brothers, Raymond Rainey (Kathy) of Kentucky/Florida, David Rainey (Liz) of Massachusetts and Richard Rainey (Susan) also of Massachusetts. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 11:30am at Sacred Heart Church, 56 Sacred Heart Dr., Groton, CT. Interment service will be held following the mass at 2:00pm in Holy Cross Cemetery, Danielson, CT. Calling Hours will be held on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 from 5:00pm until 7:00pm at Fulton-Theroux Funeral Home, 181 Ocean Ave., New London, CT. Please visit www.fultontherouxnewlondon.com for photos, directions and the online guestbook. Masks are recommended but not required.
mercredi, 15 septembre , 2021
Mass of Christian Burial
jeudi, 16 septembre , 2021
Debra Eileen Rainey
17 septembre , 2021
Raymond, David. Richard and Debbie's children and grandchildren, I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Debbie. I am sorry that I was unable to attend the services. May God grant you peace and strength to guide you through this sorrowful time.
God Bless you all individually and collectively.
cousin, Rose Cimochowski Bousquet
15 septembre , 2021
We were friends in hi school. I was a bridesmaid for her. Quickly lost touch as we went to Alaska
So glad for family photos.
She will be greatly missed
13 septembre , 2021
Dick & I enjoyed our visits with you & Jeffrey whenever we were traveling through New England. We always looked forward to having dinner and catching up. Remembering past times always brought plenty of laughter. You have a beautiful family that you were very proud of. I will miss the emails and phone calls that kept us connected.
You will be in my memories forever.
Love you, Kathy
10 septembre , 2021
I'm very sorry to hear this. We were buddies and shared a lot of laughs over thew years when I was tending bar at SUBVETS and then over the years afterwards.
She loved her daughters and her grandchildren so much and was so proud of all of you.
My condolences to her family.
She will be missed.