Debora A. Knowles
August 17, 1955 – March 3, 2020
Debora A. " Audoin" Knowles, 64, of Uncasville, Ct, passed away March 3, 2020 at Lawrence & Memorial Hospital. She was Born August 17, 1955, in Charleston, South Carolina to Dian (Desrosiers) and the late Alan K. Audoin, Sr. She was a 1973 graduate of Montville High School. She is survied by her husband Thomas A. Knowles, her daughters Trasielyn Ademi and her husband Kadri, Crystal Rivera and her husband Julio, Ali Knowles, Megan Knowles and Brooklyn Knowles, her brother Alan K. Audoin Jr., her sister Linda (Audoin) Pramberger and brother-in-law Brent. Grandchilden Zian and Leila Ademi, Malaya and Cruz Rivera, niece Brittany Audoin, nephews Justin Audoin and Quinn Pramberger. She is also survived by three great nieces. Debi worked for Foxwoods Casino for a number of years before retiring to open her home to foster care. Debi dedicated herself as a foster care mother until her heart was captured by Ali, Megan and Brooklyn, who she later adopted. Debi loved fireworks and walks on the beach. She enjoyed going on long drives to no where with her husband Tom. She was happy to become a grandmother and her beloved phrase when they left would be "see you later, Alligator". She was the type of person to help anyone in need and she always made everyone feel welcome in her home. She had a beautiful heart and a warm smile. Thank you to the staff at Groton Regency for their kind care. A special thank you to her devoted husband Tom, who never left her side during her battle with Alzheimer's disease. His love and dedication never wavered.Relatives and friends may greet the family on Thursday, March 12th 4pm-6pm with the Funeral Service immediately following, being held at Montville Funeral Home of Church & Allen, 53 Norwich- New London Tnpk., Uncasville, CT.In Lieu of flowers Donations in Debi's memory may be made to The Alzheimer's Association. Please visit www.montvillefuneral home.com to leave an online tribute or condolence.
- Visitation Thursday, March 12, 2020
- Funeral Service Thursday, March 12, 2020
Debora A. Knowles
March 31, 2020
i love her she was my mom and i will never fregt her
March 10, 2020
My heart is broken. I haven't seen Debi since her illness, but that never mattered with us, we always could pick up where we left off; as if no time had passed. I still have cards she had sent to me over the years. She was always there for me, and Tom also. I can't believe I won't see her again. She was one of the best friends that anyone could ever have. She was selfless, given and loving and always there when you needed her. My sweet, wonderful friend I will miss you forever. My heartfelt sympathy to Tom, Traci and all her children and grandchildren.
Pamela Sullivan & family
March 10, 2020
Alan, Linda and Mrs. Audion,
I’m am deeply saddened seeing this. Prayers to you all. Such an awful disease that I know of first hand. I can remember like it was yesterday riding to Ocean Beach with you Alan in the backseat of the Corvair With Debbie and Cheryl Dvorak.
March 7, 2020
You will be missed here on this earth in this time. I will see you on the other side. Meet me at the gate with your beautiful smile to my enternal home. Please give a hug to my Dad and let Jesus know I am trying my best in this lost world. Until we meet again! Comfort to the family through this difficult time. We will always be family.
March 6, 2020
My heart goes out to Tom, Trasie and all of Debbie’s family. I will always have fond memories of Debbie being like a mother to me and making me feel like part of the family. The countless family dinners and game nights will never be forgotten.
Kevin & Michelle Caron
March 5, 2020
You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers and have our deepest condolences. Kevin and Michelle