OBITUARY

Debra Linda Loeser

August 11, 1952September 9, 2018

Debra Loeser was born August 11, 1952 in Passaic NJ, she passed to the next place September 9, 2018 at Joanne's House in Bonita Springs with her family by her side.

She is survived by her husband Clifton Loeser, her mother Claire Silkowski, her brother Thomas Colacino, her daughter Elizabeth Goodman, and her two grandchildren Logan and Nicholas. She spoke often of wanting to see her father, Fred Silkowski, whose passing was November of 2014.

A memorial service is being held at The Church of the Spiritual Light, Saturday September 29th at 11:00am, 1939 Park Meadows #1, Fort Myers, FL 33907. This will be directly followed by a luncheon from 12:30-1:30, anyone who felt she touched their life is welcomed to attend.

My mother was many things to many people; she was a supervising RN that spent most of her life in pediatrics, she was a devoted wife, partner, friend, and my world.

Mom was deeply spiritual and felt a deep connection to the beach, she enjoyed the simply pleasures in life in a way the most people neglect as adults, she valued education and literature, she loved music and the theater, but mostly she loved her family and friends. She would have done anything for her grandchildren. I have never met someone so selfless. If you knew my mother I know that she brightened your world at some point, because that's who she was. I guess you could say nothing has changed, she's an angel now, but she always was.

Services

29 September

Memorial Service

11:00 am

Church of the Spiritual Light

1939 Park Meadows #1
Fort Myers, Florida 33907

REMEMBERING

Debra Linda Loeser

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Tina Cooper

September 24, 2018

I remember one morning at work, she was supervisor that day and she had called the unit. I was the PCL and I don’t remember what she was calling about but am sure she had wanted to talk to the charge nurse, i told her we didn’t have a charge nurse and she laughed and said “Tina, just take the extra dollar an hour and be charge nurse for the day”. I laughed and told her “no way”. I will miss her, she was a great person amd she will be missed by many people.

Mary Ellis

September 24, 2018

When she was my supervisor at Deborah I knew she would always have my back in emergencies. She was a wonderful person and very patient oriented nurse. I will always remember you Deb. Thanks for the memories. RIP and God bless.

FROM THE FAMILY