OBITUARY

Deborah Ann Johnson

February 25, 1959January 28, 2019

Johnson, Deborah Ann, Age 59, Miamisburg resident passed away after a sudden illness on Monday, January 28. She was born in Defiance, Ohio, on February 25, 1959 to the late Paul Nagel and Sally (Williams) Nagel who survives her. She is survived by her loving husband, Keith; a son, Colin Glitsch; brothers, Bruce (Jane) Nagel and Rick (Kathy) Nagel; and sister, Patti (Donn) Tatman. Debbie attended Indiana University and spent her career in the banking industry, most recently at First Financial Bank. Debbie enjoyed working with the Greyhound Adoption of Greater Cincinnati organization. There will be no visitation or services. The family is requesting memorial donations be made to the Miamisburg Community Foundation Dog Park project. Donations can be made online via the website: http://miamisburgcommunityfoundation.org/.

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REMEMBERING

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Robin Wallace

February 1, 2019

I just wanted to say how sorry I am, and I will treasure the last time I made Debbie laugh at work. I was telling her about this mouse that climbed into my Kitchen Aid bowl full of real whip cream and stored in the garage with plastic wrap over it after Thanksgiving. Little mouse climbed in and drowned in the whip cream. Debbie & I both love animals and we would never laugh about an animal dying, but it was the end of the day at work and we were tired and slap happy. I was describing how his feet were sticking up out of the whip cream and that was all I could see before I started screaming for my husband. He didn't put the plastic wrap on tight enough. I laughed so hard telling her and she got tickled at me laughing so hard, and how I described the little guy with his feet up. She enjoyed the story so much she made me tell her Boss the next day. I will miss Debbie so much at work, and so thankful she gave me a chance and hired me to work for her. We both talked about looking forward to retirement and I am so disappointed for her that she didn't get to retire and really enjoy life. She really deserved to have a great retirement after working so hard her whole life. It was such a tragedy. I know how much she loved her dogs and we both talked about our dogs like they were people - definitely part of our family. We cried together when we lost one. Again I'm so sorry and I will miss her every day at work. Please give the Greyhounds some loving for me.

Clarence White Jr

February 1, 2019

I only had the pleasure of knowing you a little over 2 1/2 years, but I can truly say you are one of the sweetest, kindest spirits I have ever met. The compassion, care, and concern you showed me when my dad had fallen ill truly was a blessing to me. We shared stories, joked around and even had our own little inside jokes that would make my days a lot easier. I will truly miss you Debbie and I Thank God for blessing me with chance to be in your light. May God keep his hands around you and your family and hold you close, as he does all his angels..

Sincerely Clarence

First Financial Bank will not be the same...

Becky Brown

January 31, 2019

Keith, Colin and my special Nagel family- what a blessing I had in my life for over 47 years. The memories of Debbie and “Nagel “ as I so fondly called her more often than not have overwhelmed me but also comforted me this week. She put up one hell of a fight. Keith thank you for taking such good care of my friend. Heaven welcomed a very special angel and I know she will be watching over us all. Her giant heart, smile, contagious laugh and her special friendship will forever be in my heart. I will miss her dearly. Love and hugs to all of you- you will be in my prayers.

RuthAnn Warman

January 31, 2019

Keith and Colin and Rick,

We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that we are sending prayers, sympathies and condolences to all of you. Debbie's joy of life was contagious and the world is not quite as bright with her passing. Debbie was beautiful, inside and out and her sense of humor was a joy to be around... we cannot believe she is gone....gone way to soon. We will miss her so much....all our love and blessings....

RuthAnn and Scott Warman