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In Tribute to Deborah Ramsaur
45 years old.   Residence: Annandale, Va.
Died in Pentagon

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Debbie,
Hard to believe it has been 10 years ago today since we last spoke. You harrassed me about being another year older, but then again you were my BIG sister! You always made a positive impact on the lives you touched and I always appreciated you for that! Love you always! Ernie

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2011-09-09 ***

Hey sis,

I sure miss you. I remember all the times I would bother you about tips on how not to kill my kid. Well, you know she is doing good, despite all of my Joyceness. Love ya, Deb!

*** Posted by David on 2009-09-26 ***

Sis,
Today marks 8 years. Sometimes it feels like yesterday. This year, your high school class will be dedicating a memorial bench in your honor at the homecoming and establishing a college scholarship fund.

I know how much children meant to you, and that you treated each one as a special gift. Now, thanks to your classmates, a new generation of children will be able to achieve their goals of a good education.

Your spirit lives on!

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2009-09-11 ***

Sis,

Another birthday without you. I think of you daily and know we will see each other again, but hopefully not too soon! Happy birthday, Sis!

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2009-06-24 ***

Tomorrow marks seven years since you left us. I still miss you each and every day. Love you, Sis!

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2008-09-10 ***

Sis,

Happy Birthday! I love and miss you every day!

Ernie

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2007-07-02 ***

Sis,
Today marks 5 years, and I miss you more and more every day. I pray for you and all the other victims and families of 9/11, as well as all the other service men and women that protect our freedom. Love you!

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2006-09-11 ***

I remember with much fondness all the great times we shared together as new Army wives at Fort Huachuca, and later in Panama, Hawaii, and Germany.  We shopped together, went shelling together in Panama, played on the beach in Hawaii, and shopped in Germany.  There was never a time that we saw each other that Debbie wasn't smiling! We both came back from Germany about the same time and our last visit together in Germany, Debbie was just glowing from motherhood!!  She waited so long to have children and what a gift she received.  As I walked the halls of the Pentagon yesterday, I stopped to look at her photo on the wall and wished how we could get together for lunch like we used to do in Panama.  I miss her very much!  My dear friend....

*** Posted by Terrie McCue on 2006-05-11 ***

People say that you are born into a family, and have no choice who your relatives are. While that might be true, I surely would have picked Debbie as my sister no matter what. Growing up as her younger brother, I always seemed to be blamed for everything bad that happened. Sibling rivalry will get you all the time. But no matter what, Debbie was a great sister, a good listener, and a wonderful confidant. In 1967, David was born, our little brother, who we still refer to as our "little brother". We dealt with all the normal trials and tribulations as three youths growing up in the 60's and 70's, along with our own special family issues. All in all, we survived and became responsible adults.

Debbie enjoyed her job working with the military, enjoyed the travel and all the friends she made along the way. She never spoke badly of anyone, and had the patience I wish I had everyday. The happiest days of her life were when Ann and Brian were born, and she shared that happiness with John and the rest of us. She decided to move back to the States from Germany to be closer to family and friends, and so Ann and Brian could grow to know their cousins.

I remember how happy and proud she was the day she received her new job working in the Pentagon. It was THE PLACE to be working. She truly enjoyed working with General Maude and the rest of the staff. Again, her dedication and loyalty shown above all else and she made a difference, if only for a moment.

Debbie will live in my heart forever, and I will make sure her children, and their children know the real special person she was to us all.

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2005-01-10 ***

I remember Debbie's "kinderegg" collection on her desk in Germany. We frequently laughed about the little toys and she added new ones all the time as she talked about her children and her life.  I miss Debbie!  God Bless her soul and her family.

*** Posted by Betty Schuler on 2004-09-10 ***

As our family gathers at Easter today I will miss the bright face of my sister-in-law, Debbie. I find myself at a sudden loss of words... It is sobering and sad not to have Debbie with us. In spirit, I believe she is, and in her very beautiful children she is very much alive. Debbie loved family gatherings. She remembered birthdays... Debbie was a dynamic, positive, strong and caring woman, who will always remain in my heart and mind every day.

*** Posted by Anne Ramsaur on 2004-04-11 ***

Debbie was the best sister, friend, and mother I know. She had a caring, compassionate side that everyone she touched could see. There isn't a day that goes by that I do not think of her and miss her. Love you Sis!

*** Posted by Ernie LaRoche on 2003-10-30 ***


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