Deborah E Corwin

October 28, 1950September 25, 2018

Deb - the greatest sister, the cool cousin, the fun aunt, the loyal friend, the best art teacher, the world traveler, the entertainer extraordinaire, the amateur archeologist, the crazy costume designer, a lifetime member of the KRAFT Club , a former President of the VBA – has passed away after a brief illness.

Deb grew up in Riverhead, New York and lived in Holtsville, New York until she retired and relocated to Port St Lucie, Florida in 2007. She taught Art in the Mattituck-Cutchogue School District for 30 + years and traveled the world on every school vacation. Deb was always entertaining friends and family or going somewhere, doing something - she lived a full and happy life!

Deb leaves behind three brothers, Philip (Dianne), Timothy (Cathy), Leslie (Victoria) and a sister, Florence; six nieces and nephews Adam (Mindie), Timothy (Dana), Ashley (Chris), Melissa, Jonathan, Sarah as well as two grand-nieces, Cassidy Lee and Zoey Alexa.

A memorial service will be held at Aycock at Tradition Life Celebration Center, 12571 Tradition Parkway , Port St Lucie, FL on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 2:00 pm. Please create a hat or other fashion accessory to wear in honor of Deb’s fashion sense and creative talents.


Deborah E Corwin

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Pat Mauro

January 14, 2019

Deb was so delightful to be around........if she was walking with Lois and stopped to chat with me I'd be in laughing stitches from her humor!!!!!! At Bunco I'd so enjoy playing at her table for I knew it would be a time for gut laughter! Her smile could bring you out of a funk with just a statement or two. Deb will be missed but know she is up in heaven sending chuckles down to us!!!!!
Flo, you know we are here for you if you need "anything" !
Have to miss the Memorial as we are leaving early to head back to Missouri. You and your family will be in my thoughts!
Pat Mauro


January 13, 2019

Deb, my best friend in the world. We shared so many laughs and memories, good and bad. Knowing that you were always there has always been a comfort and a joy to me. You taught me so much about art, history, and life. One of the most amazing things was that, when we travelled, you were equipped for everything! I don't know how you managed to pack it all, although you did always have a bit more luggage than I did! Fashion and jewellery, crossword puzzles, Esther and Ethel, Jackie Daniels and Melanie Comfort. PJ, Holtsville, Livingston, England, and so much of Europe. The memories of you will always live on in my heart and in Dave's and Nicholas's, too. Rest in peace, my amazing friend. Gone from us way too soon. xo