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March 17th 1956
October 19th 2012
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She brought joy to my life through her paintings
I followed Deborah's eBay listings and bought a couple of (matched) paintings from her. I'll add a link to the paintings below. I always enjoyed her paintings and they always brightened my day : o )
I just heard this...it saddens me. Day you will be missed, and remembered!
I am so sorry to hear this news. Day was a wonderful, giving, talented lady. She took a personal interest in mine and Ron Byrum's art and helped us so much. She will be missed by all of us who knew her. She will be remembered by many. Rest in peace Day.
I' am so sorry to hear this sad news. Day, you gave so much here, now heaven gets to be blessed with you and your art. Rest in peace.
Josie Parks Ditzler
So sorry to hear the sad news. I remember finding ebay groups and requesting to join a few. The snottier ones ignored my request but Day accepted me even though I had little to show for myself art-wise. After noticing the current moderator was a no-show, I questioned her and she promptly recruited me to that spot. I enjoyed that and we passed quite a few emails back & forth where I got to learn of her quick wit. She was very funny lady. I spent many years in groups and made a ton of online friends but Day will always remain one of my favorites. RIP, my friend.
Day, I don't care what you say I miss you anyway. I will do my best with everything. Remember what you said in your last letter? Well, right back at'cha babe!
Happy Mother's Day, Mom. Miss you and love you...
Going to miss her deeply! We only had 4 years of marrige, but we had a great time and a great daughter (Jessica)! Frank
Even before I had been in contact with your mother, with many emails, her name was one we had heard often. We had heard of her wonderful sense of humor and had seen her many wonderful works of art. Of course, we were amazed at the job she did setting up our business web page.
She would always call me "mum" and I so appreciated her patience with me when it came to all my questions.
Please accept our condolences.
Judy & Roger Brawn
I was so blessed to have Debie as my sister. There are so many fond memories I have of her, it's impossible to list them all. One of the things that has been going through my mind at this difficult time was memories of when we were growing up in Pennsylvania. We had what most would refer to as the ugliest Christmas tree of all...pure aluminum and the kind that you had to insert one branch at a time into the center pole. But we also had what us sisters referred to as "the magic color wheel." It was a small electrical wheel that plugged into the wall with panels of various colors that would spin slowly and shine upon the tree. After Thanksgiving, my sisters and I would excitedly go up into the attic to retrieve the dreaded tree and the magical color wheel. After assembling the Christmas tree, we would plug in the color wheel. We watched in awe as the plain aluminum tree turned blue, then red. Then yellow. Then green. We would literally sit on the floor in front of that tree for hours watching the color wheel turn what was once a simple tree into one of pure magic and breathtaking beauty. For us, that was what Christmas was all about.
I was 15 years old when our mom died unexpectedly. Debie hadn't been told that she passed away, but she walked up to me, wrapped her arms around me, and whispered, "It's okay...you still have me." Later that day, we went for a walk on the beach and she gave me a ring of hers. The ring, she explained, was to signify that we would always have each other no matter what. To this day, I wear the ring on my hand...and I have never taken it off since that day on the beach. The ring has been with me as I traveled through life, good times and hardships, but a constant reminder of the special bond of two sisters.
For all those who knew Debie, they knew just how special and unique she was. I used to tell people that God took all of my talents and good qualities and bestowed them upon her. She could do anything she set her mind to...and do it well. She was talented in so many ways, and that shone through in the many projects and crafts she created with her beautiful mind and talent. Her witty sense of humor portrayed her intelligence and deep understanding of human nature. When Deb relayed a story, she told it with such illustration and animation that you felt you were actually there when it occured. And every conversation -- no matter how difficult or serious -- always ended with a smile and that classic trademark laugh of hers. That was one of her gifts to the world...the ability to make people smile, the ability to make the world seem like a better place. I can see her now...the crinkle of her eyebrows, the perfect timing of the facial expressions, and then the laugh...oh, how I miss that laugh!
Goodbye, my dear, sweet sister. Although I know that you're just living "on the other side of the sky", I miss you terribly and the world just isn't the same without you here. Like Mom, you left us way too soon. But somehow I think that God just couldn't wait any longer for your arrival in heaven to bless the angels with your charm and laughter...and I am so thankful for even the short time that He blessed us with your presence. Give Mom a hug for me...and save a seat for me at the dinner table, sis. I can only imagine how beautiful and magical that big color wheel in the sky appears. I love you so much....Your little sister, Deniseable
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