Debra Kay Trask

September 10, 1961March 5, 2019

Debra Kay Trask – age 57, passed away surrounded by her family on March 5, 2019 in Flint, Michigan. Debra was born on September 10, 1961 to Marvin Leutz and Anne Curley in Monroe, Michigan. Debra married the love of her life, Lloyd Trask in 1995 in Ohio. She worked for four years at Eastman-Feradyne Outdoors in Flushing. Debra loved bird watching. Every morning was complete with a cup of coffee and feeding the birds just outside her door. Debra also enjoyed fishing and finding treasures at garage sales. She was a wonderful woman and will be deeply missed. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd Trask; son, Sean (Brittany Calarese) Olivo; grandchildren: Kaylee, Madeline; siblings: LaVern (Marie) Curley, Stella Lafayette, Nancy Jones, Caroline (Mickie) Short, John Leutz, Kathy (Steve) Fluharty, Bonnie Leutz, Connie (Hunter) Bruck; mother, Anne Curley; mother-in-law, Beverly Trask; several nieces, nephews, brother-in-laws, and sister-in-laws. She was preceded in death by her father, Marvin Leutz; brother, Harry Curley. The family would like to send a special thank you to Debra’s brother, Laverne and the management team and coworkers at Eastman-Feradyne Outdoors for their love and support. Per the family’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be held on Friday, March 15, 2019 at 12:30pm with visitation beginning at 11am until time of service at Reigle Funeral Home – 5501 W. Pierson Road, Flushing, Michigan. Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the family in memory of Debra.


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  • Memorial Visitation Friday, March 15, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, March 15, 2019

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Becky Brooks

March 14, 2019

Debbie.. your so going to be missed girl.... Known Debbie..for over 29 years .. when she moved up north.. not that we become friends.. She ended up becoming my little sister..never an dull moment with her.. she was always had a big smile.. and her laugh .. I will never forget... that could instantly bring you out of a bad mood...She loved life.. her family.. her 4 legged kids.. when she met Llyod, and start their life journey , I gained a brother.. I can't be all joyful cause my heart is broken.. cause she is gone and for your pain Llyod.. In due time Llyod.. Love you Bro...

Nancy Jones

March 8, 2019

Debbie is gone but not forgotten, she is forever in our hearts. She was a loving sister, with a heart of gold. She would do anything for anyone. She lived life to the fullest. She will truly be missed.
Although our hearts are empty now, we can fill it with all her happy memories She left us with.
It’s hard to understand why people are taking from us, but we can find comfort in knowing we were a special part of a well - lived life.
Sorrow is a fleeting emotion, but love is infinite.
Lloyd you are in our thoughts and prayers, we are hear for you.🙏🏻❤️

Tracy Sudduth

March 7, 2019

Not only was she my Aunt, she was also one of my best friends. When we returned from Germany, she is the first family member I remember meeting. From that day forward, we always had a special bond. Every moment with her was a priceless memories. One of our fondest were picking berries for the family up north. Of course we probably ate more than we brought back to the cabin, but as we discussed throughout the years, we figured since we were the only two asked to do this, we might as well get our share first. We shared many conversations about family, life, and nature. She was always there for anyone, especially when no one else was. She was always so positive and loved life. I have always been proud to call her my Aunt, but most importantly, my friend. I am so thankful she found Uncle Lloyd. He is the best thing that has ever happened to her., and for that, I will forever be grateful to him for giving her so many years of love and peace. She loved him, Sean and the granddaughters more than life itself. You cannot see a specific bird on your feeder, deer in the yard, or a wooden area without thinking of her. Her protectiveness, honesty, kindness and unconditional love has blessed everyone who ever knew her. It’s because of her heart and her joy for life that she shared with others that means her legacy will live on through those of us she had to leave behind. The world will never seem as beautiful as it did when she was in it, but our hearts will never forget the beauty of her life. No words can ever truly express my heart, but luckily for me, she and I never left any words unsaid or feelings unfelt. I know she is home with the Lord and I pray for peace to everyone who is suffering from this loss.

Kathy Fluharty

March 7, 2019

I will always treasure the memories we shared together, especially the times you protected me and made me laugh. The absence of your heart of gold and giving nature will make life emptier without you. The world was a better place with you in it, dear sister. You will be in my thoughts and in my heart forever.