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Deborah Fletcher

Deborah Gail Fletcher, age 53, originally of Germantown, Ohio, was called home on May 8, 2016.

Private Funeral services will be held (3P.M.) (Sunday) (May 15, 2016)  with the Minister Robert Fisher  officiating.

Deborah Gail Byrge Fletcher(Debbie) was born to Deloris McQuinn Byrge on (November 9, 1962).  She went to school at Valley View High School in Germantown, Ohio).

(Debbie ) is preceded in death by her mother Deloris McQuinn, grandparents; Della and Ransom McQuinn and infant brother: Albert Lee Byrge.

(Debbie) is survived by her son: Franklin B. Wood III (Terri Wood) of Lebanon, Ohio, daughter: Christina “Tina” Finster (James Scott Finster) of Miamisburg, Ohio, 1brother: John Byrge (Beck Byrge) and 1 sister: Traci Priest, 3 Grandchildren,  nephews, nieces, cousins, and an Uncle: Wayne McIntosh, and many friends and extended family. A special thank you to Crystal Lewis for her memorial donation, friendship and support.

Memorials may be given to Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties 5940 Long Meadow Dr. Franklin, Ohio 45005

The family of (Debbie Byrge) wishes to extend our sincere thanks to
Dr.Butler  Atrium Middletown Hospital, Stacy and Heather of Kettering Medical CCU,  and  especially nurses’ Angie Ramos, Eric, Jen and Admin.Nurse Linda of ICU Unit at Sycamore Hospital for saving Debbie when she had a heart attack on April 25, to Kari at Arpp and Root in Germantown, and The Entire Team at Hospice of Butler and Warren Counties; who are Angels sent from God. The care given to our sister; Frank and Tina’s Mother, made Debbie feel as important and special to you as she was and will always be to us. Our family will never forget your unconditional kindness.

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If I should ever leave you Whom I love To go along the Silent Way grieve not, Nor speak of me with tears, But laugh and talk Of me as if I were beside you there. (I'd come-I'd come, could I but find a way! But would not tears and grief be Barriers?) And when you hear a songor see a bird I loved, Please do not let The thought of me be sad ... For I am loving you just as I always have ... You were so good to me! There is so many things I wanted still To do-so many things to say to you... Remember that I did not fear...it was Just leaving you That was so hard to face We can not see Beyond... But this I know: I loved you so-''twas heaven here with you! -I miss you andLove You ...Sis

Sis May 12 2016 12:00 AM