Deborah Ann "Debbie" Huber - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Deborah Ann “Debbie” Huber

June 11, 1951 - December 29, 2016

Deborah Ann Debbie Huber, age 65, of Wilmington, DE, passed away on Thursday, December 29, 2016.

Born in Wilmington, DE, on June 11, 1951, she was the daughter of the late Sebastian Frank and Marjorie Ann (Wright) DiMauro.

Debbie was a lifetime member and past president of the Brandywine Hundred Ladies Auxiliary. She could walk into a room not knowing a single person and walk out knowing everyone. Debbie was an avid bowler and a fan of the San Francisco 49ers and the Atlanta Braves. Her humor, laugh, and smile will always be with those who loved her.

Debbie is survived by her children, Dawn Schwartz, Michael S. DiMauro, and John K. Hanley; brothers, Michael J. DiMauro, Sr. (Cathy) and Thomas P. DiMauro (Anita); grandchildren, Andrew, Kristi, Chelsea, Hunter, Amanda, Michael, and Michelle; great grandchildren, Madison, Julian, Caleb, and Carson; her dear friend, Nancy Lennon; godchildren, Allison Sheldon, Steven Truman, and Zachary and Nicholas DiMauro; nephews, Michael J. Jr., Edward Sr. (Judy), and Christopher; and many great nieces and nephews.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10:00 to 11:30 on Wednesday morning, January 4, 2017 at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, followed by a time of sharing by family and friends at 11:30. Interment will be private.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Brandywine Hundred Fire Company by visiting


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31 Condolences for Deborah Ann “Debbie” Huber

  • So sorry to hear if your passing. Aunt Deb you were a funny lady and someone who always liked to have a good time. I am so glad that you were Ambers god-mother. Until we meet again.
    So glad you made it to Jon and my wedding.
    Robb and Jon Mahan-Taylor

  • I am so sorry for your loss, even though I have not seen her since childhood I enjoyed seeing her post on Facebook and it gave me a small vision into her life.

    Her cousin

  • You will be missed…..RIP Debbie…You truly blessed many lives

  • Debby, you will be missed by all who knew you, you are in a better place, so I hope you keep them all happy up there. ❤❤

  • Debby, you will be missed by all who knew you. You are in a better place, so I hope you keep them all happy up there.❤❤

  • Dear Deb, we went thru a lot together when we were in our teens…. I will never forget the times you always had my back! Life drew us apart ,as it so often does to friendships ,but when my Ang passed ,you were there, when Chuck passed, you were there. I’m gonna miss you ol girl, you were crazy, compassionate, and caring. R.I.P. MY FRIEND… you always called me “Margaret ann” you knew how much that bugged me. lol I HOPE TO SEE YOU ONE DAY,NOW GOD HAS ONE MORE ANGEL!

    Maggie Lawrence

  • John Hanley, I was shocked and saddened to hear of your mothers death. We had been corresponding via Facebook and email over the last few years. You and Jeremy were the subject of our conversations. She loved you and always was concerned about you. I want to offer my condolences on behalf of the Clark family to you and all of Debbie’s family.

  • So very sorry for the loss of Debbie, what a tremendous loss to all….

  • Sweet Debbie! I remember all the fun times we spent on our daytime beach trips . our Friday nights out with Patti! Your wonderful parents! You will truly be missed! We will see each other again!!!

  • So sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing, she was such a nice person. We attended High School together and share may mutual friends. I will miss her on facebook, sharing her life with us and playing games.
    I will always remember her fondly.
    Mitzi Adams

  • Knew, Deb from BHFC. Sorry for all of loss with her going to see her parents!

  • Debbie, you have been loved by many;
    You’ve been a friend to many!
    Your footprints are forever on my heart ❤️
    I love and miss you

  • Iam going to miss seeing you at pool on tuesdays, but I know your making friends to play with in heaven. Bill said his 49ers partner is gone but not forgotten.

  • Aunt Debbie.. I Love you so much!! You weren’t just my Aunt.. you were like a mom to me! You took me in when I was a teenager and treated me like your own.. . You will ALWAYS have a place in my HEART!!! .. Miss you Aunt Debbie

  • So sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. Such a nice person….
    My sympathy to her family and friends.

  • Rest in peace, Debbie. You are missed so much by so many lives you have touched with your kindness and thoughtfulness.

  • Debbie and l went to grade school and High School together, what a sweet person. She was a lot of fun to be around. God Bless You Debbie

  • Mom-mom <3
    I still feel like I'm stuck in a dream that I can't wake up from. You were always the light of the room!! I'm surely going to miss our talks & miss going up to Murphs and seeing your beautiful face. I definitely will make sure your memories live on with your great grandson, Julian. I will show him pictures of you and let him know how much you loved him! Thank you for his Christmas present – HE LOVES IT! It's never a goodbye.. it's a 'I'll see you again' I love you so much Mom-mom. You always and forever be in a special place in my heart. Your SWEET GIRL – Kristi Lynn

  • My family and I are so saddened by the loss of our dear friend. Debbie spent the holidays, birthdays, and family gatherings with us for the last three years and now there will be an empty spot at the table and in our hearts. She was a loving faithful friend to my sister and her kids and granddaughters. She went through so much with all of us and we will miss her more than we can express. We are lost now but are so happy to have shared the time we had with her. She will always hold a special place in our hearts.
    Liz Skinner

  • Debbie my forever friend, even though we have not talked or seen each other for a while – I will still miss you. We were best friends as children and were inseparable. I will always have my great memories of us on the streets of Bellfonte. Rest now – and join your Mother and Father in Heaven Your friend – Nancy

  • Well Deb, this certainly is the last thing I would have guessed I’d be doing this new year! I only wish I had spent a few quality moments with you on Christmas day. You did seem a little distant that day, but then so was I. One other thing I regret is not having the opportunity to see your smile that day! I will instead always remember the times you were smiling and laughing! You will be missed Deb and thought about often! Rest easy dear friend, your work is done!

  • My condolences to the entire family for your loss. Seeing this picture has brought back so many childhood memories with my Mom (Marie Floriolli) and my grandparents Angeline and Sam DiMauro hanging out at family gatherings with you all!

  • So sorry to see an old friend pass. Will miss your posts and contact on Facebook. So glad to have had the last couple years in contact. Rest In Peace

  • When I think of Debbie, I’m always reminded of the years we spent as little kids on our mothers skirt tails at the Fire Hall….Bowling with her for the Ladies Auxiliary & marching in the parades. We also went to high school together..
    I will miss you my friend, but I take comfort from knowing your with your family and your best friend Pat

  • Deb, I can’t believe you are gone!!! It was just last week I saw your beautiful smile and I will always remember you and how you made other ppl laugh and always made a friend and made ppl feel like family !! I want to let dawn and her family that you are forever in my prayers and thoughts always!!! RIP Deb !!! You will always have a special place in my heart!!!

  • Very sad to hear of Debbie’s passing.
    She was always kind. We had a lot of great laughs together. May her memory be eternal.
    Susan and Eric Hughes

  • Dear Dawn and Family,

    I was so sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. She was a very kind and caring person. Always ready to give a helping hand. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Debbie.

    Carol Harris

  • I can’t believe what I’m reading. Debbie was one of my oldest friends from De. We worked together at river road elem. school when we were in 9th grade. Her posts always made me smile and I will miss her dearly.

  • to miss debbie from the austin family wow i cant believe this i just seen u at murphs the other day wow wow wow i will miss our lil talks when we were smoking cigs up at murphs best wishes from the Austins to u and your family……

  • Debbie: You were a spark in our MTP memories and now there’s a “hole” in Bellefonte, too! Rest in peace, Dear Heart . . . Love Always, Patty Fedorkowicz. <3

  • I am so sorry to hear of passing of Debbie. Although i had not talked with her in many years,I thought of her often. We had some good times in school. I just do find out about this please forgive my lateness. I pray each day for the healing of her family. GOD BLESS.