Debbie Decker

Debbie L. Decker

Monday, October 9th, 1950 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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Debbie L. Decker, age 69, beloved daughter of the late Albert and Nellie (nee Rhoda) Decker. Loving sister of Sherry (Wes) Stuart and Patsy (Tom) Deuter. Dearest aunt of Danielle (Jon) Bettinardi, Miranda (Jamie) Kraus and Tom A. Deuter. Dear great aunt of Sophia.

Retired from Rheem Manufacturing Company water heater division after 36 years of faithful service. She was an avid Cubs fan and loved to garden. Debbie fought a courageous battle with Parkinson's disease.

Due to the unfortunate circumstances surrounding COVID-19 and for the safety of the family and community, a private Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at Colonial Chapel. While this service is limited to Debbie's immediate family, a live-stream will be available. Please visit Debbie's Obituary on Colonial Chapel's web-site at to view the live-stream of the Funeral Service.

Below you can watch the live-stream on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.

Memorials to:

National Parkinson's Foundation
200 SE First Street
Miami, FL 33131

are appreciated.

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miranda kraus

Posted at 01:16pm
Remembering an incredible auntie who is deeply loved and will be truly missed. with love, tears and hugs -sweet pea-

Marilyn Seaman

Posted at 09:19am
Debbie, I will always treasure your friendship!
Our days at Rheem were so much fun and it was a pleasure to be your friend. I know these past 5 years were difficult for you but you never complained. You always said our visits meant so much to you, but they did to me as well. I truly will miss you but I know you are in a better place. You are an inspiration Debbie - a shining star. My love and prayers will always be with you!
Your friend Marilyn!

Jean Zapka

Posted at 03:06pm
Dear Patsy, Sherry and Family!
Debbie will always be remembered by me and Joanie Chepon as the Jones Commercial graduates of 1968. Our time spent in stenography and typing classes were fun, even back then. Debbie was kind hearted, smart and a college graduate (we didn't go to college) and she still treated us as equals. Her love of the Cubs was awesome and I remember bringing her a Cubs shirt at the Assisted Living facility when they won the World Series and she was so thrilled. Well now she should be more thrilled since she can visit with Ron Santo and her mom and dad. OK Deb, do your magic and tell God we want another Cubs World Series. Rest In Peace, Girlfriend. Love Always!

Jean Zapka

Gerald Bronzell

Posted at 12:59pm
Debbie was a kind, caring devoted employee for Rheem Chicago. I enjoyed working with her for many years. Fond memories of her. Blessings to her. Gerry Bronzell

Mike & Judy Boomsma

Posted at 07:47pm
Michael W. Smith recorded the words, "And Friends are Friends forever if the Lord's the Lord of them....." in a popular contemporary Christian song. Our heartfelt prayers are with your family and loved ones at this time. We know you will be missed by all but rejoice that you are in the best place of all. Mike & Judy Boomsma

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