Debra (Hallman) Graves
In Memory of
Debra A.
(Hallman) Graves (Beauchea)
1956 - 2018
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Ann Marie & Mike
"RIP my friend. You will be missed. We had some wonderful times we shared for 3"
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Patty Jones and family.
"You are with our brother, our uncle and your honey, now...RIP, sweet Debbie!"
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Pat Gogol
"To say that Deb will be missed is true, but not enough. She was and will contin"
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Kirsten & AJ
"Our hearts are broken. We love you so much. You were our favorite part of this"
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Brenda and Jojo Alberino
"So heartbroken...You endured more than your share with such grace! Your spirit"
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Brenda and Jojo Alberino
"So heartbroken...You endured more than your share with such grace! Your spirit"
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Condolence From: Christine Guerin
Condolence: You will be missed. the neighborhood will laugh a little less because you are gone. I pray you are at peace.
Monday June 11, 2018
Condolence From: Paul & Colleen Seebald
Condolence: 🕯RIP Debbie, taken from your family and friends much to young. Prayers for your family 🙏.
Wednesday May 30, 2018
Condolence From: Patty Jones
Condolence: Debbie -- my sweet sister-in-law. You were as you would say "a p****r." (Sorry for the somewhat inappropriate language here, but I know she's laughing as she hears/sees it). You were so fun to be around, so full of life, honestly and you made my brother whole. No words can bring either of you back, but my heart feels some warmth knowing that you're together forever. I love you....RIP.
Wednesday May 30, 2018
Condolence From: Regina Papa
Condolence: Words can't express how sad I am to hear of Debbie's passing. I worked with Debbie at the AIDS Institute, we would see her coming to Room 234 - let the talk and laughter begin. She always had a story and she wasn't afraid to tell it like it was. Ryon, your Mom adored you and I am so sorry for your loss. I will miss you Deb but you are in a better place. Shine on Deb, Heaven doesn't know what they have been missing. Rest in peace. Love you - Regina
Tuesday May 29, 2018