Deborah Kay Warner

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Deborah Kay Warner, age 60, of Williston, FL, formerly of Waverly, IA passed away in her home on Tuesday, January 18, 2011 after a short illness. Deborah Kay was born April 19, 1950, the daughter of Lawrence and Mary (Waedekin) Roehling in Waverly, IA. She was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Artesia. Deborah graduated from Tripoli High School in 1968. On September 9, 1992she was united in marriage to Gaylon Warner. Deborah was employed by PatrixUSA. She is survived by her loving husband, Gaylon of Williston, FL; her sisters, Mary Ann (Mike) Pruisner of Waverly, Virginia (John) Freie of Livermore, CA, Elaine (Wallace) Knutson of New Hampton, IA, Betty Pipho of San Ramon, CA; brother-in-law, Lester Faust of Waverly and several nieces and nephews. Deborah was preceded in death by her parents, sister, Lavonne Faust and nephew, Kevin Faust. Memorials: Memorials may be directed to the family. Cemetery: Burial will be held at a later date. Service: Funeral services were held in her home town of Williston on Friday, January 21, 2011.

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  1. Dear Elaine and Wally,
    Our heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. We are thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers.


    Louise and Donn

  2. Elaine, we are thinking of all of you as you face this sadness. How wonderful that you got to make the trip before Debby died. May she rest in peace as you fondly remember the good times.

  3. Elaine, Wally and family- Our deepest sympathies in the loss of your sister, Debbie. We are so thankful you were able to be there with her. May all your memories of her sustain you. You will be in our thoughts and prayers and let us know if there is anything we can do. Love Marge and Rich

  4. Elaine, Wally and family.
    Just wanted you to know that we’re thinking of you and praying for you.
    Love, Ed and Ann

  5. Elaine, Wally, & Family

    Our deepest sympathy to all of your family. Cherish the
    good times you had together. Our prayers and thoughts
    are with you at this time.

  6. Elaine and family, We are so sorry to hear about
    Deborah’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Jim and Merry

  7. Elaine, Wally & family.
    We are indeed sorry to hear of Debbie’s death.
    We never know at what age we will die…It doesn’t seem right for a younger sibling to pass on before an older one.
    Cherish the memories. You have our sympathy.
    Geri and Lloyd

  8. Jim and I were so sorry to hear about your sister’s passing. We will be thinkin of you and praying that all will go well for you for the next few days. We are so glad you were able to spend time with her on your previous visit.
    Jim and Sue Schueth

  9. Wally, Elaine, and family, we are sorry to learn of you sister’s death. We are thinking of you. Pat and Carol

  10. Elaine, Wally, and family– We are sorry to learn of your sister’s death. Cherish the good memories and we will keep you in our prayers.

  11. Aunt Deb……..Love you dearly …..will always keep you close in heart…rest in peace…and God’s Blessings

  12. Aunt Debbie, you have been in my thoughts and prayers, so sorry you had to suffer, rest in peace and we will all be united again some day in a much better place. Lots of love, Lisa (Faust)

  13. Debbie was one of the most amazing people that I knew. I had the pleasure of having her in my life for 14 years and for that I will always be grateful to God. I will miss her very much! I will keep her family in my prayers as they go through this very difficult time.

  14. Our sympathy at this difficult time. Debbie was always such a pleasant person at church and school. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Don and Barb Kueker

  15. Elaine, Wally & Family: So sorry to hear of Deb’s passing. She was a “very dear” friend of mine from school days. It was always a treat to have Deb with us as she was so pleasant and cheerful and just brightened it for all. Her friendship and kindness will be missed.

  16. My deepest sympathy goes out to Deb’s family. I went to school with Deb in Tripoli and she was a “good friend”, very sincere and caring person. We were together for our 40th class reunion a couple years ago and she was still the same sweet person, always a smile on her face. It was an honor to have Deb as a classmate and friend.
    God Bless.

  17. My thoughts and prayers are with Deb’s family. I feel very fortunate to have graduated with Deb from high school. Great memories!!

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