Born on November 21st, 1952, and raised in Spokane, WA, graduating from North Central High School in 1971.
Debora is predeceased by mother, Bernetta Grinstiner; father, Wayne Repp; grandmother, Johanna Evans; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Jesse and Alve Burrell; brother-in-law, Alve Jr. Debora is survived by her loving husband of 32 years, Steven Burrell.
Debora is remembered by her sons, Nathan and Brandon Scalise; step-daughter, Nicole Crosby; daughters-in-law, Cindi and Staci; grandchildren, Shea, Matthew, Brent, Wyatt, Jadey and Violet Scalise; great-granddaughter, Cora Christine; sisters, Sherry and Pam; great-aunt, Marianna (Minimam); numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Debora enjoyed puzzles, knitting, bowling, gardening, cards or board games of all kinds, was a most treasured pastime for us all with her.
Many years were spent traveling recreationally before Debora planted her feet firmly in Polson, Montana.
Beloved mother, sister, wife, grandmother and friend, Debora was always there to listen and care, now an Angel watching from above.
A service of remembrance will be held at her Montana home at a later date where a tree of her choosing will be planted in memory of her life.
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