Deborah M. Natalizia

October 31, 1946November 9, 2020

NATALIZIA - Deborah M. (nee Fehringer) November 9, 2020. Wife of the late John J. Multerer and the late James Natalizia; dear mother of Jeffrey (Dawn) Multerer; sister of Kenneth Fehringer. Friends may call Nov. 20th Friday, 4-7 PM at the DANZER, DENGLER AND ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME, 5363 Genesee St., Bowmansville. Friends are invited to attend a Mass of Christian Burial from Sacred Heart RC Church, 5337 Genesee St., Bowmansville, Saturday Nov. 21st at 10 AM. Flowers gratefully declined. Face masks and social distancing required to attend. Please share condolences at


  • Visitation

    Friday, November 20, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Saturday, November 21, 2020


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Eleanor Wax

February 26, 2021

Deb and I grew up in the same neighborhood and went to school together in North Buffalo as well as CYAC. She was beautiful and yet down to earth then and still now. We renewed our friendship a few years ago and had many lengthy phone conversations and lunches reminiscing. She wanted to have a School 63 reunion when the Covid-19 epidemic ended and we strained our brains trying to remember and list all our old classmates names. We shared so many memories, worries and hopes and dreams. She will be missed. I just learned of her demise today, today after having left unanswered messages months ago and now the phone being turned off. My heartfelt condolences to family and friends. Ellie ( Eleanor Battaglia)

Doreen Brown

November 22, 2020

I will always fondly remember our times in Florida, afternoons at the pool and the warm evenings we sat out on the front step and put the world to rights, our weekly trips to the flea market we enjoyed so much. So many memories. You will be missed by your UK “mate”. Sorry I can no longer send you the hankies you loved

Barbara Mogle

November 17, 2020

I loved it when Debbie would stop in to the office she was always so wonderful to talk to. I am truly sorry for your loss and I pray that God holds you all in the palm of his hand. I will pray for Debbie may her soul rest in peace! Barb Mogle

Laura Sokolowski (Fehringer)

November 14, 2020

A warm, loving and welcoming woman who carried herself with such confidence and grace. May she forever be in peace and continue to spread her love amongst her loved ones. She will be incredibly missed