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Deborah Ann Price

February 14, 1957April 28, 2021

Deborah Ann (Collingwood) Price, 64, passed away peacefully with both her daughters by her side on April 28, 2021. She was born on St. Valentine's Day, February 14, 1957 at Cape Cod Hospital to Harry and Janet Collingwood. Deb was born and raised on Cape Cod and graduated from Chatham High School in 1975.

Deb was a woman of many talents, and some of which would be classified as a lost art. She would hang and repair gill nets at Cape Fishermen's Supply for over 35 years, and many of the fishermen who frequented Cape Fish had dined on her delicious Shepherd's Pie at the Chatham Squire before that. Deb was a PFL (pal for life), to many of her former coworkers at the Squire and will be dearly missed. She worked at Haven's Market also.

If you asked her what her greatest achievement was though, she would smile and say her two girls. Deb loved people (everyone!), the ocean, the beach, the camp and Gracie, the golden retriever. She had an infectious smile and a real zest for life. At the time of her passing she lived with her daughter Nicole and Nicole's husband Marc in the cutest little basement apartment. It was built with love.

Deb is survived by her daughter Nicole Belanger, her husband Marc and their son Jarred; her daughter Amanda L. Price; brother Harry Collingwood, Jr. and his wife Sandra, sister Faith Caswell and her husband Sean; and nephews Niles Draper, Jeremy Tansey and Aaron Caswell. She was predeceased by her parents Harry J. Collingwood, Sr. and Janet (Duchesney) Collingwood.

In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to the Pals For Life Foundation, 213 AP Newcomb Rd. Brewster, Ma. 02631. www.palsforlife.com The PFL Foundation helped Deb and she would want to give back. A celebration of her life will be held on Friday, June 18 from 4 to 8 pm at the Chatham VFW, 150 George Ryder Rd., West Chatham. For online condolences, please visit www.nickersonfunerals.com.

“I was only singing songs of billowed sails and sea, mending nets on yellow sand when he said: 'Follow me.'” - Simon's Song (Footsteps on the Sea), Graham Kendrick

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Janice Alex

May 3, 2021

Dear Nikki and Amanda, We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom. Deb was such a special person. I always had a lot of laughs when I’d see her. She was the salt of the earth and she certainly will be missed. Nikki, she was so fortunate to have you build an apartment in your home so she could be with her family. My heart and love are with all of you during this difficult time. Janice & Eddie Alex

Glenn McVickar

May 2, 2021

Deb and I were next door neighbors, a year apart in school. We had the best neighborhood in town, full of kids and caring parents. We waited with the rest of the neighborhood kids for the ice cream man on Vineyard Ave. We had great neighborhood cookouts, and we had " the end " to swim and play at as kids, drink and party as teens and young adults. I had the pleasure of teaching Deb's daughters in the Chatham Schools and they were indeed the best thing she ever did! I even did some bay scalloping with Deb one Fall and she was easily the fastest shucker I've ever seen. Always looked forward to seeing her smiling face and getting a hug at CFS. You will be missed my friend !

Roxanne Shea

May 2, 2021

I am so lucky to have spent so many afternoons with Deb lately sitting on Nikki’s deck enjoying the sunshine ☀️ I will miss you Deb❤️ RIP

Crystal Mangelinkx

May 2, 2021

Growing up, Deb was my second mom. She taught us how to drive in her little red Suzuki in Harding’s Beach parking lot, would pick us up at any hour of the night from friends houses, and was just the light of the party. But she also kept us in check when we needed it. She will always have a place in my heart ❤️

Jeanne &Corey Goodwin

May 2, 2021

Nikki and Amanda Corey and I are so very sorry.Corey and Deb had such a special bond working together at Cape Fish all those years. She was one in a million and will be so missed. I’m glad even after we moved away 10 years ago we always kept in touch with Deb. She always made me smile with her sense of humor and kindness.Sending you all so much love 💗 We will definitely try and get down for her celebration. XO

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