It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Debbie was tragically taken from her family on Monday, May 23, 2022 at age 62. She will forever be remembered by her loving husband John; mother Louise; daughters Katrina, Larissa and Brittany; sisters Brenda, Rebecca, Shona and Robbie; brother Randy; her beloved grandchildren Mia, Liam, Jack, Zoey, Evan and Lincoln; numerous extended family members, family in law, nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by her father Teddy Blake.

A celebration of life will be held at Serenity Funeral Home 10129 Princess Elizabeth Avenue on Wednesday June 1, 2022 at 11:00 am .

The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the military police from the Edmonton Garrison base, first responders and the doctors and nurses in emergency at the Royal Alexandra hospital that tried so very hard to save our mom, wife, baba and sister. A special thank you as well to the RCMP Morinville detachment.

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel

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Greg Turlock

Deb was always so full of energy, optimism and happiness. We will miss her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you John and family

Linda Rivard

Working in the floral retail world, Deb was always there when our deliveries went side ways; with a quick “I’ll make it work some how. ” a little while later John was coming in the front door to grab the order. My heart goes out to John and Family at their loss, as Heaven gained a beautiful Angel.

Martin and Patti Potvin

This woman was a part of our life for so many years. Debbie was such a hard worker, putting in countless hours toward making her dream come true. We are so very sad that she and John only had two years of retirement to enjoy. You made a difference in our lives, Debbie. Rest in peace. Our deepest condolences to her husband John, mother Louise, and all her family.

Penny Milligan

My deepest condolences to Debbie’s family.
I worked with Debbie at Goodwill’s Southpark store. She was such a unique lady, so strong and fearless, always happy and upbeat. I loved working with her and we shared many laughs. She lived life to the fullest and her zest for adventure was admirable. The world will be a little less bright without her in it.

Shannon Berezanski

I’m saddened to realize that a friendship of nearly 30 years has come to an abrupt and senseless end. A person that was alway very nice to me and treated me with respect and courtesy even among the stressful and demanding times. Someone who was passionate and driven and who I could tell would do what ever it took, a trait visibly passed on to many who came through her door. Will miss you Deb ❤️

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