Let the memory of Deborah be with us forever
  • 55 years old
  • Born on March 20, 1958 .
  • Passed away on October 4, 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Deborah Waterman, 55, born on March 20, 1958 and passed away on October 4, 2013. We will remember her forever. We encourge you to contribute a story about Debbie or post a tribute below. We all miss her so much.

Memorial Services
The date for Debbie's memorial services is set for Saturday Oct 19th from 11 AM to 1 PM. The locaton is Taylor Mill United Methodist Church at 5160 Taylor Mill Rd, Taylor Mill, KY (located on KY Hwy 16 about 3/4 of a mile south of the I-275 interchange).

Thank You for Your Support 
Debbie's family thanks friends and family members who are here for us during this special time. For those wishing to send cards or to help fund related expenses for the family, please send your support to her spouse, Dan Waterman at 550 Mt. Zion Rd. #39 Florence KY 41042. Thank you and God Bless.

Other Information
Click here to see the additional images we are in the process of collecting.
To to see the Northern Kentucky News posting of Debbie's obituary, click here.

Posted by Sabitre Rodriguez on 20th March 2015
Tribute from Erica Waterman: [Happy Birthday to the world's best mother & Nana!!! I hope you're partying hard in heaven today, pain free! With a yummy Macri's cake, that was your favorite. I so wish we could be celebrating today with you...But we will still celebrate this day in your memory. We love you mom more than the sky. Happy birthday in heaven]
Posted by Jennifer Scott on 10th October 2013
She was an inspiration, an example of love, faith, endurance and all that is good! Her love for her husband and family was so pure. A great person and friend. We had a lunch planned last year when I flew in to Kentucky. She was called off to the clinic and couldn't come. I would have loved to have seen her again. She impacted our lives in a way will never forget.
Posted by Scott Murray on 10th October 2013
Debbie I know your in a better place pain free looking down on us with a big smile I was glad our family got to meet you had loads of fun and laughs at the cook out we will see ya when we meet up again
Posted by Leslie Hernandez on 7th October 2013
Throughout all of the days we shared, I will always remember your smile and your graciousness. You were a true friend and fought to the end. I never made it down to see you......that I regret. I love you Debbie my friend. Your Angel Nurse
Posted by Sabitre Rodriguez on 7th October 2013
Tribute from Rosalie Schotanus: [I'm so sorry to hear about Deborah's passing. Sending my prayers and love to Dan and his children. May they find comfort and peace in knowing our Creator is in charge. Love and Blessings to you. My heart and prayers go out to Dan and his children for their sorrow in the death of his wife.]
Posted by Sabitre Rodriguez on 7th October 2013
Tribute from Debbie Pena: [I'm so very sorry to hear about Debbie. She was always very sweet to me. I said a prayer for the whole family. I hope your brother and the kids are holding up as best as they can.............Thanks for letting us know. Take care ............Debbie]
Posted by Patty Kerns on 7th October 2013
Debbie and I go way back to the 70's. Teaching her to drive in her Dad's little tbird, her first taste of real butter, & homemade cookies. We have laughed and cried together thru the years. She will now be with Mom in heaven. Debbie Doodle you will be forever missed.
Posted by Tina Beach-Dunn on 6th October 2013
I went to grade school and high school with Debbie. I use to keep in touch with her through her mom when Value City was open. I was glad to reconnect with her after all this time on Facebook. My prayers go out to the family and hope that God will soothe your grief. I know by Debbie's post that her faith was very strong and I know that she is smiling down on her family.
Posted by Diana Javins on 6th October 2013
Although Debbie and I didn't know each other well in high school, we had become friends over the last year or so through facebook social media. Debbie was always gracious and so nice to communicate with. I know her family meant the world to her. I look forward to meeting Debbie in heaven, where I'll see her smile in person. :-)

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