As I prepare to say goodbye my darling Deb, I think about the time I first met you, you were just twelve and I fell in love with you that day and loved you ever since. 49 yrs has past and I still love you as always. My heart is broken, today and
Till we meet again. I love you with all my heart and soul, you
are and always will be my “rock”. You cared for me for 49 long yrs and I could never repay you for that, you raised 3 wonderful children and all 3 turned out to be fine up standing adults, loved by everyone around them.
I can’t possibly tell you what you’re meant to me these past
few years, that I’ve been your caretaker. At no time did I ever regret taking care of you, a little aggravated at times but no regrets. I watched you go from a cane, to a walker and finall a wheel chair, but I never once gave up on you, not one time. I loved you that much.
As time went along, I saw you get sicker and older, like me.
I thought you told me, we would grow old together. And I would go first, this is when I realized you were sicker than I ever thought you were. You had fallen so many times in the
past few years, that I thought you just needed help on that
night, you died, I thought you would just need help getting up from the floor, I was wrong, I didn’t know you would die
on this night and not wake up to me. I’m so sorry I didn’t react quicker, but I was so scared, it cost you your life. I didn’t know you would die that quickly. I was very wrong.
Deb, I’ll see you again, count on that. But I know you are happy with Shannon, and the rest of your family and mine.
As I stop writing this note to you, I just want you to know, I’ve loved you all my life, will continue to love you, until the day I part from this world. I love you sweet angel. Doyle.
I am so sorry to hear of Debbie's passing. My deepest condolences to Doyle and the Coppinger Family.
I am so very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed the time I had working with her. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Peace.
Debs was one of the kindest, gentlest souls I have ever met. Soon after getting to know one another, she gave me the nickname “Number One” and Lauren would always tell us to “get a room!” She said that I was number one because I snuck her ice water into her hospital room, when she was on a fluid restriction and sat in her hospital room with her, when she was all alone.
I am going to miss her sense of humor, love for all things girly and her undying love for her family, which she made me a part of.
I’ll always love you Debs!
Deborah was a lovely, fun lady! I enjoyed working with her. So sorry for your loss.
God Bless and keeping your family in my prayers.
Kevin, I'm very sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. My prayers are with you and your family.
Coppinger family. Please accept my condolences. Debbie was one fine lady. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I was sadden to learn of Debbie's passing. We worked together back in Military Pay Jumps-RC. She was a beautiful person, a very knowledgeable person to work with and a dear friend. She will truly be missed. Prayers for the family during this time of their loss.
I am so sorry to hear of Deborah's passing. I loved taking care of her at Community Hospital. She brightened my days with her stories. What a beautiful woman.
We were very saddened to hear about Debbie's passing. My kids, especially Quaid, really took it hard. We had planned to come visit this spring when the weather cleared. The kids really enjoyed your stories and visiting with both of you and the dogs. Debbie will truly be missed.
I am so very sorry to hear this. The Coppinger Family is one of the nicest families I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting and Debbie’s beautiful smile is like a shining star. You can take comfort in knowing that people loved her and are keeping you in their hearts and prayers.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Kevin, Doyle and the entire family during this difficult time. She was a wonderful lady and will be missed greatly.
Preston & I would like to send our Condolences to the Doyle and the family. Debbie and I worked together for a lot of years and she was a lovely woman and friend and I know she will be missed.
God must have needed another Angel and just had to call her home.
If you need anything please let us know. We love you all.
Dear Brad, Averee, Keaton and family. I am so very sorry to learn of the loss of your
grandmother and mother in law. I am thinking of you all during this difficult time. Know you are cared about. With love. Melinda
Debbie was one of a kind. We were in the secretary pool together and sure had a lot of fun. She always made me laugh, and made the day so enjoyable. She will be greatly missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Doyle during this time of sorrow!
Another angel found her way home. Much too soon! The joy you spread will last forever. You were my ray of sunshine when I thought there was none, you made me laugh when I wanted cry, and you helped me see when I was blinded by hurt and anger. You will always have a piece of my heart. Until I see you again in Heaven, my dear friend. I love you and I will miss you but you’re beautiful smile is tattooed in my memories!
Deb just had that 'something.' She made a person feel at home, no matter where they were. I dearly loved her sweet & sassy spirit and know that I am a better person because I knew her. I am sending my sincerest condolences to the family along with prayer. This is a great loss.
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