My love and prayers go out to all of you. Debbie will be missed. I have so many wonderful memories of our lives together ❤💖
My deepest condolences to you and your family during this time. Your mother was an amazing woman and she will truly be missed.
Debbie and I met years ago at a school event. She was a good friend who could always be depended on. She would listen to me endlessly go on about some drama in my life. She would often laugh when I called, probably due to the fact that she already knew I had a new issue to throw at her. She never judged me, no matter what. She was truly a friend, which is rare in the world today. She will be missed more than she knows.
I can’t believe she is gone…. she was so full of life, had a contagious laugh, and had such a great sense of humor. She loved her family so much and she was a true, loyal friend. I am already missing her so much. I know she is with Greg in Heaven and is free of all pain now. Rest well, my precious friend. Thank you for the gift of your friendship. Until we meet again…. Love, Renee’
My dear Debbie,
You made the lives of whoever you met more beautiful and brighter in many ways With your charisma, sense of humor, and joy. It was a pleasure to be part of your shenanigans, and surprises for our good friend Jerry. We wish to talk with you having a delicious dinner, laughing and shouting during a baseball game with friends and family that we consider mine one more time with you. We needed a lot more time to make memories like the ones Miranda has with you. We may not have photos with you laughing and enjoying your time captured in a photo, but we will forever have them in our hearts and minds. It was wonderful to coincide in this lifetime with you, and I hope that we will be reborn again and be friends once more in the next life, my lovely Debbie. From the sky you will continue to brighten our hearts with the memories you have left us. We hope for you to be laughing and enjoying your time in the next life full of love and passion where you live a long life. We may not know where fate is leading us all ,but I hope we end up where we feel at ease and happy where we can all meet again enjoying time together.
Our deepest condolences,
~The Flores Family~
Deb was an amazing woman. Extremely funny and she touched everyone she met. She had a heart of gold and loved her family and friends. I am proud to have been able to call her my friend. One of God’s chosen now. Until we meet again.❤️
Debbie was such a good friend to me. My condolences go out to her family during this difficult time. She was such a genuine person, someone you could go to for the best advice ever or just if you needed a good laugh. It’s been a long time since I got to see Debbie, we used to work together but in the last year we got to chat and catch up a bit, she has always been a sweet person to me and I’m glad I got to know her. She will be missed. I’m so sorry to hear this and my prayers are with her family.
❤️It’s hard to think you are really gone. You were like a second mom to me growing up. Loved all of our talks and especially our amazing laughs that would bring tears to our eyes!! You were a beautiful, amazing women. You will be missed so dearly. I am so happy I got to visit this summer and made some more good memories! All the good memories will be treasured💝 Rest In Peace on a big fluffy cloud up above. Say hi to my dad 💕
Jerry Paul, my heart goes out to you and your family.
I know what it is like to lose your spouse.
You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Patti (Your Cousin)
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Debra D. Schloesser, age 60, passed away on Sunday, September 5. 2021. Debra was born to Dave and Helen (Carpenter) Shaw on December 22, 1960 in Castalia, Ohio.
Debra loved arts and crafts, and flowers; she made beautiful wreaths and flower arrangements. She also loved baseball, her favorite teams were the Cleveland Indians and the Evansville Otters. Debra never met a stranger, her infectious and contagious laugh brought smiles to everyone around and her big hugs made all feel loved. She loved all of her friends, but she especially loved her family, she was the best mom, the glue that held us all together.
Debra is preceded in death by her brother Gregory Shaw and her grandparents William and Vesta Carpenter. She is survived by her husband of 35 years Jerry Schloesser, her parents Dave and Helen Shaw, daughter Chelsea Schloesser, sons Jason (Heather) Schloesser and Ryan (Leanne) Schloesser, her 5 grandchildren Landon, Ireland, Myles, Nathyn and Liam. In addition, she is survived by her brothers Dave Shaw and Tim (Sally) Shaw as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Visitation will be held from 5pm to 7pm on Saturday, September 18, 2021 at Sunset Funeral Home. A Memorial Service will begin at 7pm.
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