Deborah Robb

Obituary of Deborah Robb

Debbie passed away peacefully on Wednesday, January 31, 2018. She was predeceased by her loving parents Clarence Roy Robb (Jan 3, 1995) and Edith Isabelle Scheuermann (Sept 9, 2002); and numerous aunts and uncles in Manitoba and Ontario, Debbie is survived by her sister Karen Robb; brother Bill Robb (Kathy); nephews Michael Robb (Dee), Matthew Robb (Jenn) and Derrick Robb (Stephanie); her Aunt Irene Peters, Aunt Betty Campbell; Uncle Laurence Robb; and numerous cousins. Debbie was born in Cold Lake, AB on November 2, 1965 into a military family, the youngest of three children. She attended school at CFB Moose Jaw, William Grayson Elementary school and Riverview High School in Moose Jaw, SK.  Debbie attended SIAST and successfully completed a medical secretarial course. This was closely followed by successful completion of a medical terminology course. She obtained jobs at We Care Home Health Services and at William Albert Nursing Home in Emerald Park. It was during her time working at these places, that Debbie found her true calling and obtained a deep sense of accomplishment. Debbie moved from Moose Jaw  to Regina in the late 1990’s to be closer to her mom and sister and participated in many memorable events with them. Debbie had a great love of animals and lovingly adored her two cats, Mickey and Pickles. She liked the simple things in life like swimming, going to movies, eating out at restaurants and really enjoyed the big trips she took with family to Vancouver, Las Vegas and Disneyland, as well as the smaller trips to visit extended family in Calgary, Winnipeg and Thessalon, Ont.  A trip to Hawaii and a cruise were things she still wanted to do. Debbie was a kind, generous, and loyal person and will always be lovingly remembered by her family. She is gone way too soon, but she will never be forgotten in the hearts of those who knew her best.  Funeral Service will be held at Avonhurst Pentecostal Church, 3200 Avonhurst Drive, Regina, SK, on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Until we meet again, Rest in Peace Debbie. We love you and we will miss you, always.”