Debra Lee O'Hanlon, 61 of Rochester, died on January 8, 2020. She was born on October 28, 1958 to Michael and Charlotte (Hoch) O'Hanlon.
Debbie was a Wonderful person...a loving daughter, sister, friend, niece, cousin... she always put caring for others before herself. She selflessly cared for me during my battle with cancer...Dropping everything and moved in with me...always trying to keep my spirits up. She was the person who always remembered everyone's birthday, anniversary and always acknowledged them. She enjoyed time with her family. She loved music and when she was young she sang in choir. She loved photography and was very good at it. She loved our puppy and he danced around her every time she came in the door...Like our Mom she always wanted to take care of her family and was always there for us. Debbie Loved Jesus and listened to Trinity Lutheran Church on the radio every Sunday she could. She attended the Lutheran School, Kellogg, John Marshall High School and Concordia College. Debbie was an angel on Earth and know she is an angel in heaven.
She was preceded in death by her dad, Michael O'Hanlon, Grandparents, Irvin and Ruth Hoch, Frances and Myrtle O'Hanlon. She is survived by her Loving Mom, Charlotte O'Hanlon and her loving sister, Pam O'Hanlon and loving Uncles, Aunts, and Cousins and Friends.
A funeral service will be at 1:00 pm on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Home. Visitation will be from 11:00 am to service time at the funeral home. Burial will be at Oakwood Cemetery.
Charlotte and Pam, I was so sorry and sad to hear about Debbie. She will definitely be missed. Her always cheerful smile and stopping to visit with me and coco. I know she loved your pet and enjoyed caring for him so much . She loved to visit and keep up on family and friends. We will miss her very much.
With my deepest sympathy to the family. Debbie was a good friend in High School. We sang in the choir together. So very sorry!
Debbie was indeed a very caring and thoughtful woman. She talked of her family often, and really loved them.
I am sorry to hear of Debbie's passing. We reconnected over the last couple years through Facebook and it was a joy to remember the past friendship we had in middle school. She stayed true to being a kind and loving person and I will treasure our online chats and the recent Christmas card that I received from her. May God bring you peace and comfort amidst the pain of grief! Sharon Howells, Lakeville, MN
Charlotte and Pam, we are so sorry for your loss. Debbie was a good friend who was always kind and caring. We will miss her!💖
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