She was an amazing, compassionate, loving and strong woman.
She was full of extraordinary grace during the roughest times.
She loved unconditionally, loyally, and generously.
She can never be forgotten or replaced, a uniquely beautiful wife, mother, sister, daughter and friend.
She will live on vicariously thru us all in the ways that her influence nurtured and blossomed our lives.
Deborah was born in Chicago, IL to parents, Wallace & Mildred Meyer.
She was the 3rd child of 6 children, she is survived by all 5 siblings: Sandy, Sheri, Jan, Bob, And Jim as well as her mother Mildred.
She married on August 21, 1976 to Husband, Ken J. Holdren.
They cherished, enjoyed and grew during their 37 years of marriage.
Together they had one daughter, Andrea and one son, Jason.
She is survived by her husband, children and grandson’s, Sean (Andrea), Malcolm (Andrea) and granddaughter, Jaelin (Jason).
We send a heartfelt thanks to the wonderful staff at WSU College of Nursing for all the support and love over the years.
And we are very grateful to all the visitors that provided the most comfortable, loving environment in Deborah’s final days.
A special thanks to all the family and friends for the very special gift of unconditional help, love and sharing memories in the final days.
Services will be held at Hennessey Funeral Home, 2203 N. Division, on Saturday, November 9th at 11:00 am.
Reception will follow directly after.
Her online memorial can be seen at: www.hennesseyfuneralhomes.com.
“Today, Tomorrow, and Always”