Debra L. Rodriguez, (nee Newsome), 63, of Bridgeton, NJ, daughter of  Louis Newsome and Ruth Newsome (nee Maxwell) passed away on January 15, 2020.

Debra was a waitress and cook, having worked for Rowan Unversity, Franklinville Inn and Windjammer Restaurant.

Beloved wife of Abraham Rodriguez, devoted mother of Trisha Newsome of Bridgeton, Debra Newsome of Wilmington, DE, 13 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren, dear sister of LouAnn Newsome of Bridgeton, Edna Newsome of Hartley, DE and Stella Houliaras Maxwell of FL.

Services are private at the convenience of the family.


Posted by Trisha Newsome on February 10, 2020
Love and miss you so much mommy this is so hard on me
Posted by Trisha Newsome on January 29, 2020
2 weeks and I’m not ok momma I miss you so much
Posted by Joanna Drain Dolson on January 21, 2020
So sorry, I remember Debbie well from Cohansey street. My blessings and prayers to the family.
Posted by Ciana Chandler on January 21, 2020
you’re forever in my heart mommom, i love & miss you so much!!
Posted by Nancy Vanaman on January 19, 2020
Will always remember Debbie's beautiful smile. Great waitress always knew what you liked ... Until we see you again someday Debbie ,a kiss in the wind...
Posted by Trisha Newsome on January 19, 2020
I miss you momma I don’t know how to go on without you

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Posted by Trisha Newsome on February 10, 2020
Love and miss you so much mommy this is so hard on me
Posted by Trisha Newsome on January 29, 2020
2 weeks and I’m not ok momma I miss you so much
Posted by Joanna Drain Dolson on January 21, 2020
So sorry, I remember Debbie well from Cohansey street. My blessings and prayers to the family.
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Shared by Jeanie Snead on January 20, 2020
That is where I met Debbie. She hired me and our first night we worked together was a New Years Eve. We became great friends from then on. She was a great boss, hard worker, never asked you to do something she couldn't  or wouldn't  do. We'd go to Cowtown a.k.a. known  as the Sharp town Mall. I have so many stories I could tell, but the most important one is the loss i feel for my dear and loving friend. I miss you and will see you on the other side.