Deborah Sue Davis

June 15, 1956 - April 8, 2021
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Deborah Sue Davis, age 64, of Dennison, died Thursday, April 8, 2021, while in the care of Claymont Health and Rehabilitation Center at Uhrichsville.

Born in Twin City Hospital at Dennison on June 15, 1956, Deb was a daughter of the late William and Anna (Pfeister) Davis.

Deb was a graduate of the former Indian V…

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Deborah Sue Davis, age 64, of Dennison, died Thursday, April 8, 2021, while in the care of Claymont Health and Rehabilitation Center at Uhrichsville.

Born in Twin City Hospital at Dennison on June 15, 1956, Deb was a daughter of the late William and Anna (Pfeister) Davis.

Deb was a graduate of the former Indian Valley North High School and worked for Harcatus for 46 years as a bookkeeper. She was an avid fan of the Cleveland Indians and enjoyed watching baseball on television. She also enjoyed needle point and playing computer games.

She is survived by a sister, Kimberly Carriger of Dennison, a niece Kayla Fisher of Carrollton and Shane Carriger of Dennison; her great-niece, Rylynn Fisher and her best friend, Carol Titus-Logan.

In addition to her parents, Deb was preceded in death by a sister, Memory Ann Davis.

At this time, there will be no public visitation or services. Cremation care will be handled through the Linn-Hert-Geib Funeral Home & Crematory at New Philadelphia.

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Born: June 15, 1956
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On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Susan Shackelford posted on 4/14/21

With sincere sympathy to Deb's family and friends, I met Deb working at HARCATUS Head Start. I will always remember how kind and helpful she was to me. May God Bless her family and friends with Comfort and Peace. Sue Shackelford

 

Roger & Peggy Leslie posted on 4/13/21

Debbie was such a sweet and kind person. I met her when I began working at HARCATUS 10 years ago. She attended Indian Valley North with my husband and his siblings. I certainly missed her when she left HARCATUS. Condolences to her entire family during this time.

 

Rose K posted on 4/12/21

I'm so sorry to learn of Deb's passing. She was a very special person and will be missed greatly. I met Deb when I began my position with Harcatus 3 years ago. She was always very kind and understanding with the "new person" when I made mistakes, usually correcting them herself so as not to bother me. When she did tell me about the mistakes she was always very kind, patient and understanding. May God grant you peace and grace during this time.

 

Carol (Ditcher) Lewis posted on 4/11/21

Kim, You probably don’t remember me but I was a friend of Deb’s many years ago. We have lost touch over the years but she was a kind, sweet person. I have nothing but good memories of her and particularly remember her love of frogs and her huge frog collection. You have my sincerest condolences at this difficult time. May your memories provide you comfort. Deepest Sympathies,

 

Chuck Lorenz posted on 4/11/21

Debbie was, and is, a wonderful person. I take comfort knowing she is in her heavenly home.

 

Tina (Davis) DeVecka posted on 4/10/21

Kim, We are so sorry reading about Debbie. Your family are in our prayers ! Shirley Davis Wanda and Joe Krocker and family Tina and Dan Rebecca and family

 

Leslie Roney posted on 4/10/21

So sorry kayla, thinking of you

 

Kay posted on 4/9/21

Kim, you have my deepest sympathy in the loss of your sister. May God bless you & your family. Kay Dalpiaz Compton

 

Carol & Rick Logan posted on 4/9/21

May God give you strength to accept that she has passed from this world and will forever more be pain free and reunited with her family that has been waiting for her in Heaven.

 

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