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.


  • Memorial Service Saturday, September 29, 2018

Debra Linda Loeser

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Vicki Fontanez

September 27, 2018

Rest in Peace Debbie. I also work at Deborah Hospital and remember Debbie very well . Sending prayers to the family.

Eleanor Wydra

September 27, 2018

I worked at Deborah and Debbie was my supervisor. We also commuted together. We had many long conversations about life, raising children, etc. She was a good friend and lovely person. May she Rest In Peace and may your memories sustain you in the coming days.

Marie Vondereheyde

September 26, 2018

My husband Andrew and I worked with her for many years at Deborah. She shared my love of pediatrics. She was a good soul. I hope the loving memories you shared sustain you through the years to come.

Linda Lehner

September 25, 2018

I, too, worked along side Debbie at Deborah Heart and Lung Center. Many a night we brainstormed to solve staffing issues, patient problems, family enigma. RIP, Debbie. Blessings to your family.

Peggy McLaughlin

September 25, 2018

It was always comforting knowing Debbie was house supervisor at GCMC. She always had a smile on her face and always encouraged me to reach my goals. She will be missed. My prayers for her family.

Donna Johnson

September 25, 2018

I have more memories than can be shared her,but suffice to say,she was an amazing woman , an incredible nurse and a loyal friend. As a supervisor, she always had your back . She always had a smile, no matter how bad the shift was. She was always there to help in any way we needed. She NEVER let us feel like we were sinking! One of her best qualities was that she was a great listener and most of the time that was all we needed . She will always have my love and my undying respect. May she Rest In Peace for she has truly earned it.

Diane Cox

September 25, 2018

Heaven got another angel❤️ Prayers for the family

Brenda Kelley

September 25, 2018

Deb was such a special person, she always had the kindest smile for everyone. Her family was her world and she often spoke of her love for them. To work with Deb, her care and compassion always shined through and I felt blessed to have had the honor of being called a friend.
I miss you my friend, but know you are at peace and surrounded with love.

Linda Benjamin

September 25, 2018

I always looked forward to running into Debbie at GCMC. No matter how crazy her day was, she ALWAYS had a smile on her face. She was such a special lady. I am so sorry for your loss.

Judy Joyce

September 24, 2018

My condolences, Debra was always such a calming House Supervisor at GCMC no matter how bad the situation was.

Rest in Peace Debra