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Deborah Ann Burrows

Deborah Ann Burrows

Wednesday, December 15th, 1954 - Monday, March 18th, 2019
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Obituary

Deborah Ann Burrows, 64, of DeWitt, entered unto rest on Monday, March 18, 2019 at home. Born December 15, 1954 in Syracuse, she was the daughter of Charles & Eloise Burrows. She worked 25 years as a financial administrator at The Nottingham.

She was predeceased by her parents and brother, Charles Jr.

Surviving are her sisters, Susan Burrows of Kirkville and Sarah Riley of Tampa, FL; nieces, Amy Hauff and Suzy Hall; nephew, Todd Remonda; grandniece, Kyra Remonda; her work family at The Nottingham; and her faithful dog companion, Morehouse.

To respect Deborah’s wishes, there will be no services.

Contributions may be made to Helping Hounds, 6606 Kinne Rd., DeWitt, NY 13214 or Wanderer’s Rest, P.O. Box 535, Canastota, NY 13032.
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Catherine Murray

Posted at 01:51pm
My parents live at The Nottingham. The change from owning their own home to essentially renting an apartment was made much easier because Deb helped me help them deal with all the new financial wrinkles. She was always pleasant, friendly and helpful. My sympathy and condolences to her family and colleagues, as I'm sure she will be sorely missed.
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Ros Volk

Posted at 07:04pm
I hardly know what to say. Debbie was a wonderful joyful person who made my time working at The Nottingham a great experience. We had some fun- including saving a plant we named Iggy Azalea, that kept her company in her office. Debbie wrote me a lovely poem when I left. All I can do is thank her for all of her goodness to those around her. This small thanks to Debbie. Much love to you on your travels! I know you will be watching us and finding the humor here.

Brenda Zook

Posted at 02:39pm
Deb was The Nottingham. She was a very loyal employee, a great co-worker and friend. We shared lots of laughs over the years and I appreciated her true friendship. She was loved by the Nottingham Residents and their family members. Deb, may you rest in peace and know that you are now in the arms of God. Until we meet again, my friend. In peace and friendship, Brenda R. Zook ~ Psalm 23 ~
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Sarah Burrows Riley

Posted at 12:43pm
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Sarah Riley

Posted at 12:38pm
Debbie, I will miss my little sister. I remember standing in the OR when you had your tonsils out when you were 6! You were always there for Mom and Dad. God bless you and keep you.
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