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Deborah Lee

Dick

January 23 , 1951 - September 12 , 2021

Deborah Lee Dick
Deborah Lee Dick
1951 - 2021

Visitations:

Saturday, September 18, 2021
1:00 ~ 4:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Entombment in Michigan Memorial Park

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Obituary

DICK, Deborah L., age 70, of Romulus, September 12, 2021. Loving sister of Dianne Lawson. She is preceded in death by her parents Harry Lawson and Catherine Luers, sisters Linda Thompson, Kathy Brundage and her brother Joey Luers. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Michigan Humane Society.

Condolences:

Sad cuz your gone from us, but at peace knowing where you are now. LOVE YOU SIS R.I.P Leslie Laurence

Rest In Peace my friend. So many great times we had. We’ll meet again. Karen Lawson

We love you Deb and pray that you are now at peace in our Dear Lord’s arms. We’ll miss you but know that you in a better place. Goodbye for now but we know that we’ll see you someday. Judy & John Jakiela

Deb, you were my daughter from the start in 1985...we have had so many happy times together...even cried a few times together...always there for me as well...I / We will miss you so much...but so happy you are out of pain and with Jesus now...Dance away up there Deb...one day I will be with you and we will have a dance once again. Love you always, Maw. Phyllis Brown

My neighbor & friend you will be missed! I pray that you are resting easy now and eating all the pasta. Krista

You will be so missed. But I will always have my sweet memories of you. God has gotten a wonderful new angel. Love always Debbie Lake Denny Debbie Lake Denny

To the world we are old women, but to each other, whenever we got to see each other we saw who we always were, our little ways, history and memories we shared for better or worse. The best gift our parents ever gave all of us was each other. Our childhood was no fairy tale, we survived through small miracles and the kindness of the larger family. I am so proud of you, the strong person you became with your work and circle of friends. Your sharp mind, fighting spirit, and sense of justice helped keep you going through the years of health battles. You were so beautiful and peaceful that last day with you, that will always stay with me. I will miss you so much. Love Dianne. Dianne Lawson

I love you so much Aunt Deb. For all the great memories as a child, all the care and all the love you gave. We will miss you. I will forever miss that world-famous bacon gravy you used to make! I am happy to know you are no longer suffering and now have the quality of existence that you deserve. Until we see each other again! Love you! Bobby Laurence