April 24, 1955 - April 12, 2014
Debbie Zumwalt, 58, of Norwood, OH passed away on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at her residence. She attended First Church of God Ashland and Southern Avenues Latonia, KY. Debbie worked as a Residential Cleaning Engineer and as a Private Screening Concierge. She was known as a Workaholic and loved spending time with her Grandchildren. Debbie is survived by her Sons: Daniel (Amber) Williams and Doug (Nicole) Williams; Father: Marion (Wanda) Zumwalt; Mother: Ann Chamblin; Sisters: Twin Sister-Dee Dee Denton, Marsha Barnett and Betty (Billy) Kearns; Brothers: Jeff (Jeanie) Zumwalt and Tim (Kelly) Zumwalt and Several Grandchildren. Visitation will be on Tuesday, April 15, 2014 from 5:00 PM until the time of the Funeral Service at 7:00 PM at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY. In Lieu of Flowers please make Donations to the Crossroads Hospice 4380 Glendale-Milford Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. Online Condolences may be expressed at www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
Deborah was insured with our family owned agency since 2006. She was a happy spirit and always showed concern for those around her. I remember one instance in particular where Debbie had come to make her payment, and I had 3 brave young men that had attempted to rob me. Debbie sat at my desk and didn’t leave me even though she knew what was going on. She stuck around and didn’t have too… They guy was waiting on her to leave. Had she of left me that day, I cant say that I would still be here today. RIP Debbie!!! U will always hold a special place in my heart. You are gods angel!!! We will never forget you!!!! Love and prayers From our Family at First Choice Insurance Agency.
Dear Marion and all the Family of Deborah Lynn: My most heartfelt sympathy for all of you for the passing of Deborah Lynn. You are all in my prayers. May all of you be comforted in Faith. I pray with confidence for the repose of her soul. Love, Frances
Debbie epitomized FREEDOM. She lived life with gusto. She owned it.
She was a complicated person with a clear understanding of what had to be done, and did it.
She loved her family, as large and varied as it is. And, she loved those who loved her family. ???? She loved Phil.
She wouldn’t let go, until it was time. For the rest, I can’t say it any better than Rita has. She remains in our hearts, to guide us.
My dear sweet Ann and the rest of the family my prayers and deepest of thoughts are with you. May God bless and keep all of you. Let your good memories bring you comfort and know she is no longer suffering. Someday you will meet again when the timing is right. Don’t be sad because you know she would not want you to be. I cannot be there for you but my heart is with you always. Love and prayers,Rita Franklin
Wanda and Marion and family I am so sorry for your loss I heard a lot about Debbie and I know she will be missed dearly. I wish you all my Prayers and Thoughts and you all know that I will be thinking of all of you .
Jeff: Our hearts are with you on your loss….. . Love YOU!
No words can express our sadness in losing an amazing and tough as nails woman we had in Auntie Debbie. We’re glad she is no longer in pain and now in the Father’s loving embrace. Our prayers are with Danny, Doug and the rest of the Zumwalt family.
Marion, Wanda, and family. I am so sorry that you lost your daughter and sister. I know this is a very hard time for you. My prayers and sympathy are with you. May God Bless and Comfort you.
She loved her lottery tickets, her cups of crushed ice, her morning newspaper, and going to the movie theater. I loved sharing those things with her. I will always miss her laugh and her smile, and her companionship.