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Debra E. Zehnder

October 22, 1953 – October 17, 2022

Debra E. Zehnder

Debra Zehnder, age 68, passed away at home on October 17, 2022.

Debra was born in Cincinnati, Ohio to Estelle Zehnder.

Debbie is survived by her dear friend Susan Johns, her befriended sister Rosan (Charles) Lorentz. Also survived by her cousins Ken (Terry) Zehnder, Don (Pat) Zehnder, Ruth Zehnder, Margie Robinson, and many extend family members and dear friends.

She was preceded in death by her mother Estelle Zehnder, Aunt Edna (Paul) Weidner. Uncles; Les (Helen) Zehnder, and Fred Zehnder.

Debbie worked for Ann Miller as an assistant in Hollywood, CA. she traveled the world with Ann while she was on tour.  When Debbie moved back to Cincinnati, she worked in sales at Netherland Rubber Company for 25 years. Debbie’s was an avid mystery reader and she enjoyed watching murder mystery shows. She enjoyed everything about Christmas especially shopping for Christmas; if you knew Debbie you received a Christmas gift from Debbie.

A memorial visitation will be held on Friday October 28, 2022, at 12:00PM, memorial service will start at 12:30PM with inurnment to follow at 1:00PM at Arlington Memorial Gardens Lakeside Mausoleum Chapel (Follow the red line once on cemetery property)

Guest Book

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“Rest in peace now dear Debbie, you’ve earned your rest. Although you left us too soon.”


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“Dear Debbie, You’ll never know how much I appreciated the love, generosity and sincere care you showed me. I diligently prayed for you during your illness and am grateful for the end of your suffering. My sympathy to your friends and family. I am sure your are with the angels now.”


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“PartII She was like the Queen Bee. Every morning co-workers would gravitate to her desk. To chat with her, to tell her about their evening or what was happening in the day ahead. And just to say hi and hear her say an enthusiastic ‘good morning’ with her sunshiny smile. Toward the end, many family members and friends wanted to visit Debbie. She reluctantly refused, due to her systems immunity. She didn’t want them to see her sickly. She wanted everyone to remember her as the vibrant, energetic, entertaining and loving Debbie they knew. We will miss her terribly, but cherish the wonderful moments shared with our little Debbie.”


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“She would love with her whole heart & soul. She could give you the shirt off her back but wouldn’t because she wasn’t “That kind of girl”. Instead, she would use her last penny to buy you a new shirt. Debbie was a great listener and an adept conversationalist. Whether family, friend, co-worker, client, or acquaintance everyone who met Debbie, wanted to feel that glow, the caring warmth she exuded.”


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“Debbie you will always be in our hearts and prayers. What a true friend you were. Whenever we visited you there was always a big smile and warm hugs waiting. We miss you but will never forget you. Rest easy and we shall carry on for you. Tim, Brady and Luke.”


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“Rest in Paradise Aunt Debbie we leave and miss you”


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“Rest in Paradise Aunt Debbie we love and miss you”


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“Love you auntie,…..”


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“RIP Aunt Debbie we all love and miss you so much”


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“RIP Aunt Debbie we love and miss you. Say hi to my dad for me 💖”


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“Love you sweet Debbie!”


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“Rest beautifuly Aunt Deb❤️”


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