Debra A. Tester
March 31, 1967 – July 11, 2018
Debra A. Tester, age 51, born in Lynn Massachusetts. Entered into rest on July 10, 2018:
Debra Tester of Whitman MA, lost her brief battle with cancer and passed peacefully into Gods waiting arms, surrounded by her loving family. Deb was one of a kind having touched many lives and always greeted everyone with energy, enthusiasm and a cheery smile. Raised in Lynn MA, she lived the last ten years on the south shore where she made many new friends at the Quincy yacht club and south shore community. She was a master pet groomer most of her life and loved caring for animals.
Debra is survived by her devoted Fiancé Kenneth Keith, her mother Sheila Marshall, father Thomas R. Tester, daughter Taylor Walsh, daughter Ashley Hill and fiancé Tyler Hudson, Three grandchildren Elena, Ryleigh, and Tyler Jr. Seven siblings, Eric Tester, Virginia Cicoria, Theresa Tester, Thomas Tester Jr, Richard Tester, Evelyn Tester, Suzanne Tester (deceased). Deb has dozens of nieces, nephews, and cousins. Countless adored friends from the north shore and south shore communities.
All of us are devastated by the loss of Debbie much too soon and so very young. A Celebration of Life honoring Debra is planned for Friday August 3rd from 12 - 4pm at the Quincy Yacht Club, 1310 Sea Street, Quincy MA. Please come and share your fond memories, photos and good times with us. A counseling and education fund has been set up for Deb’s 12-year-old daughter Taylor to help her cope with this loss. In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Debra Tester to Deb’s daughter Taylor Walsh at the Quincy Yacht Club- August 3rd Celebration of Life event or sent to: Taylor Walsh, in care of Quincy Yacht Club, 1310 Sea St, Quincy MA 02169.
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Debra A. Tester
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July 28, 2018
Our prayers are with the family. I'm sure God has a place and plain for her
in his kingdom. May you all be blessed to live on her dreams.