Debbie Lee Wagner

February 12, 1963April 21, 2021

Debbie Wagner, age 58, passed away on Wednesday April 21st 2021 after a long battle with COPD/Emphysema and Congestive Heart Failure. She was born February 12th 1963 in Portland, Oregon to Gary and Bonnie Mucken. She lived in the Portland area for her entire life.

Formerly Mrs. Scott Wagner, Debbie was a single mom and raised 3 wonderful children. She was a hard worker and held a variety of jobs to support her family. She loved singing, laughing, game shows, scary movies, puzzles, board games, and cards, but her real passion was spending time with family and friends. She really loved animals and children. She was blessed with 2 grandchildren, whom she adored. Debbie was generous, warmhearted, and loving. She was stubborn, had a fiery temper, and a quick wit. She was someone you could always rely on. She will be deeply missed.

Debbie is survived by her love of 18 years, Frank; children, Amber, Candace, and Devon; grandchildren, Scarlett and Everett; mother, Bonnie; sisters, Tammy and Brenda; half-sisters, Kathi and Terry; and step-brothers, Ed and Wes. She was preceded in death by her father Gary and her step-brother Rob.

Psalm 23

The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.

He makes me to lie down in green pastures.

He leads me beside the still waters.

He restores my soul.

He leads me in paths of righteousness for His name's sake.

Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,

I will fear no evil, for you are with me;

your rod and your staff, they comfort me.

You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies;

you anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.

Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life,

and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever.


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Nicole Johnston

May 6, 2021

Debbie was like a second mom to me. I was in kindergarten when Amber and I became best friends. If I was not at my house, I was at hers! When I was In my teenage years, making a whole bunch of boneheaded choices, she was always there, she never looked down on me, she never judged me, she never treated me differently, she just helped me where she could. She was one of the most sincere, truthful ( even if you didn’t want to hear it) and hardworking people I have ever known. I am so relieved she no longer has to be in the excruciating pain she lived with every single day. But I am also terribly heartbroken I’ll never hear her laugh or her jokes, or see her smile again. I love you Debbie! Rest in love beautiful soul! 💜

Ed Williams

May 6, 2021

Dear Debbie was such a fun and witty person to be around. We had so much fun working together , she always had a quick comeback. I would share them here and I am sure she would be ok with it but her observations and truth may be too much for memoires intended to comfort. She was a woman that literally had no fear and even when she was aware recovery from her condition was not possible she had kind and encouraging words and did not complain about her condition.
When I contacted her to visit she played it down and I regret not going to see her one last time.
Although too short she lived a memorable life and I am thankful she was part of our family.
Love Ed & Annemie

Tammy Wilson

May 5, 2021

Debbie was a bright star in a very dark world. I'm sure all of heaven celebrated her arrival. I miss her smile and our late night chats. She had an amazing memory and loved to reminisce. She revived so many stories I had forgotten about. One special thing she did for me was to tell me about upcoming tv shows and/or movies. She knew my likes and dislikes and really prided herself on keeping me entertained. Little gestures like this from her were common. She took good care of me. She would always try to make me laugh. She was a loving sister and my world will never be the same without her. I love you Debbie.

Rebecah Mazzu ~ Mendell

May 5, 2021

Debbie was the love of my brother Frank’s life too. I enjoyed talking to her on the phone and through messenger. She was so funny and so precious. I regret we lived so far away from each other but we knew we had each other’s back. No more pain and suffering for you Deb but we will greave for you everyday. Love and miss you always your other family the Mazzus

Kara Johnson

May 5, 2021

She always had a smile on her face! Her laughter was contiguous. She will be missed!!♥️

Amy Mucken

May 4, 2021

Debbie was my cousin and most favorite babysitter. She was quick to smile and laugh and she was always easy to be around. She had a beautiful voice, and I loved listening to her sing. Joyful and full of song. You were loved by many and will be missed. I am glad your pain is eased and hope those close to her are surrounded with the joyful memories. Peace.