Debora A. Guardiano died Thursday, June 13, 2019 peacefully in her home in Port Richey, FL. She was 55. She was one of three children of James and Edith Lohlein. She grew up in Smithtown, NY. She eventually settled in Florida where she has been for many years. She had an endless love for animals, cooking and being a caretaker. She has been known to the community for her countless meals prepared for the homeless and other volunteer services. She was known to many for being a hard worker and resilient person. She loved caring for the sick and her job at the laundry mat. Debora was a devoted partner, mother, sister, aunt and friend. She is survived by her partner, Dave; son, Christopher; daughter, Theresa and sister, Lorraine and husband Mitch, as well as nieces and nephews.
I am so sorry for everyone’s loss. My heart goes out to all her Family, Friends, & all that knew her. The world was a better place with her in it & now we all have a “Guardian” Angel to watch over us. Every day she was a part of my life, a text, a call, a visit, working with her to help others was an every day thing. Countless people’s lives she touched
every day. My wish is that every day every one would HUG someone, because that’s what Debbie & I did. I LOVE YOU Debbie, you were my ROCK…HUGS EVERYONE
Deb and I have gone through many years of good and bad times. She referred to me as her sister from another mother, and that’s what we were, sisters. When Deb’s mother Edith was in her last few months of life I was blessed to be able to be with her. I wish I could say all the right things to her family, but words escape me. Chris and Theresa, your mom loved you very much! The obituary is honest and true. Sending love and hugs to all of Deb’s family and friends. Deb lioveddeeply for others very strongly. Everywhere in the community there are people who loved Debbie!
Oh Debbie, you left us so young. I’ve been trying to reunite with family. And I’m working on our genealogy. So when I found you had passed over I just couldn’t believe that you had gone ahead of your older cousins. I will always remember the times we had breakfast after sleep overs and how joyful your family was. So you were reunited with Uncle Jimmy…your loving Dad…and although we have tears we know you are in a better place. With Much Love from your Cousin,
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