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Deborah Maltby-MacGowan

Deborah Jean Maltby-MacGowan

Sunday, April 24th, 1955 - Friday, April 24th, 2020
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Obituary

Deborah Jean Maltby-MacGowan passed away on her 65th Birthday after a long 9 year struggle with cancer. Deborah was born April 24th 1955, to Tom and Jean Maltby at Oakville Trafalgar. She became a nurse straight out of School and worked in Little Rock Arkansas for three years, and gained many lifelong friends along the way. In 1987 Debbie married the love of her life Bruce and they were together for 33 years this September. Together they raised two beautiful girls, Caitlin and Caralin.

Debbie was the type of person to make an impact on your life whether you knew her for five minutes or 65 years. She was a very special human being, who truly cared for everyone. As she joins her granddaughter Isabella in heaven, she will be forever loved and missed by her husband Bruce and daughters Caitlin (Jamie) and Caralin ( Miles), step grandson Jack, cousin Sheila (Mario) and her brothers and sister in law, Clark, John(Ann), Ron( Diane) and Cathy. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews, Shauna, Laura, Tyler (Chloe), Jacob, Michael, Chris (Michelle) and Steve (Hebba). Debbie would have liked to give a big thank you to everyone at Jurvanski Hospital for everything. In lieu of flowers, Debbie would have wanted donations in her memory to be given to the Bright Run for Cancer. During this difficult time we can’t all get together, but we will have a celebration of life at a later date and all are welcome.
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Kerry Lambe

Posted at 09:38am
Dear Bruce and Family, I was so sorry to hear of Debbie's passing. Bruce, I know she was your light and I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know that I am thinking of you and wishing you strength to get through this very difficult time. God willing, I hope to see you in September. Take good care my friend!

Kerry

Ron Newman

Posted at 02:45pm
Tom & Jean Maltby were our neighbors for many years when Doris & i first married in 1978,
When Jean passed away Debbie came to live with her father.
Not long after Tom also passed away hence Bruce came into picture.

Doris & I loved them all and are heart broken for Bruce,Caitlin,& Cara-Lynn on this very sad news.
Debbie had a heart of gold & I many great fond memories of our times together
Our very deepest condolences to Bruce & Caitlin,& CaraLynn Ron,Doris,Karen,Kyle & Melanie Newman
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Claire Schmidt

Posted at 08:59am
Debbie was one of the most special people we have ever met. Gregarious, loving, inclusive - a true gem that will be missed by all who have crossed her path in life. Our sincerest condolences to Bruce and family. We know her absence will be felt by many who have been touched by her warm heart.
Love, Claire and Fred Schmidt
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