A precious diamond gone. We will always miss you.
S. Banon, cousin
Debbie and I go back to the year 1978 when we met in second grade in Queens, New York. We were neighbors and classmates and became "partners in crime" through our mid-20s (until we finally decided to grow up). We experienced all of the "firsts" together and I never thought I would share in a "last." Debbie was so alive, a hard worker, knew what she wanted and went after it. We were both only children and were the sisters we didn't have. I am still in disbelief, and my thoughts stray to her each and every day. Debbie let her voice be heard, and I know her spicy spirit will live on forever! May God bless you Debbie. I still love you!
Stacy Sobel Dascher, friend
I was the office manager in the WTC Dental group. I speak for all of us when said that we were all deeply saddened to hear that we lost Debbie. She was a beautiful girl. She will forever be in my thoughts and prayers.
Lorraine Perrone, friend