Debra A. Anderson

October 18, 1956April 1, 2011

Arrangements under the direction of Sunset Memorial Gardens, Machesney Park, IL.


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Steve Chiodiini

April 11, 2011

Don and the Lowman family,

Please know my prayers are with you. Debbie was a wonderful person who always lived her faith and showered that on everyone she met - in the way she treated them. I was blessed to work with her on a few occassions and always looked forward to seeing her. She will be missed, but not forgotten. All I can think is that heaven must have needed another angel. Now she is in the hands of our LORD and in a perfect place.

Steve Chiodini, Jr.

Jay & Susan Skoglund

April 9, 2011

Don- we are sorry to learn of your dear wife's passing. It's wonderful to know she's with the Lord.
Praying for you.
-your neighbors,

Debbie & Bob Allen

April 9, 2011

I am so sorry to hear of Debbie's passing. I went to Wilson & Auburn with her and remember many great times. She will be greatly missed but is already enjoying the company of our Lord. God's peace to her family.

Kathy (Chriswell) Hornsby

April 9, 2011

Dear Anderson family - I went to high school with Debbie & have many happy memories of her. She looks as happy and bubbly in her picture as I remember. So glad she was so close to Jesus and brought that joy to her family. I can't wait to see her in heaven.

April 7, 2011

Our deepest sympathy & love to all of you who knew and loved Debbie. She had a bubbly personality and was a wonderful example of Jesus love. We'll reunite again one day.
In Him, Joe & Sherry Cruden

Jean Perrin (Cook)

April 7, 2011

Don, Jenn, Kurt, and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Deb's passing. I went to school with her. She was always full of life and so much fun to be around. God only picks the best angels to come to him. She is no longer feeling any pain. I know it is so hard to let some one go. I wish I had more comforting words for the family. Your all in my prayers. R.I.P Deb you will be missed dearly but never forgotten.

April 7, 2011

Don, Jenn and the dear Anderson family. Remembering the joy and laughter that Deb bought to every occassion still warms my heart when I think of her 30 years later. Truly the Angels are rejoicing as she enters heavens gate. Her blog is inspiring and helpful to others who traveled this similiar journey. Our prayers will be with all of you in the days and weeks ahead.

Vickie (Bogdonas) & Walt Kirkaldie

April 7, 2011

I went to grade school with Debbie and have fun memories of our childhood. Debbie now gets to see Jesus face to face. I can't think of anything more wonderful.:)
Kathy McDougall Schryver

Kimberly Getter

April 7, 2011

Don, Jenn, Kurt, and family, I keep seeing Deb's face in my mind. There was never a time, ever, even in her last days, that I saw her without a smile. When I see her face in my mind, for a split second, my heart sinks knowing that I will not see her smile again until we meet in heaven. Then I remember that our lifetime is no time in God's eyes. When we all meet again in heaven, it will be so worth the wait. So, while Pete and I cry daily for you, we also rejoice in the fact that Deb is in a more bright, peaceful, and pain free place. We love you! Kim, Pete, and Jesse

Karie Palm

April 6, 2011

Don, Jenn, Kurt, and family, we are sorry for your loss here on earth, but we rejoice with you that Deb is in Heaven and free of pain. We love you guys very much, please let us know if there is anything that we can do.
Steve, Karie and boys