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Deborah Barlow

Born February 17, 1961

Deborah Barlow, age 55, of New Castle, DE, passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 18, 2016.

A native Delawarean, Deborah was born in Wilmington on February 17, 1961. She was raised in Newark and was a graduate of William Penn High School. Deborah was employed by Capriotti’s Sandwich Shop in New Castle for over 20 years. A dedicated and truly phenomenal employee, she loved to serve her customers and work alongside her colleagues. In her leisure time, she enjoyed spending time with her co-workers whom she considered family and adding to her extensive teddy bear collection. Deborah was loved by many and will be truly missed by all who knew her.

She was preceded in death by her longtime companion, Greg Pope who passed away in 2012. In addition to her work family, Deborah is survived by her parents, Nicholas and Mary; brothers, Nicholas, John and Fred; and sister, Clara.

Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of life at 6:30 pm on Sunday evening, July 10, 2016 at the Police and Fire Rod and Gun Club, 1 N. Glen Avenue, New Castle, DE. Interment will be private.

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  • Debbie was an incredibly loyal and trusted staffer at my cousin’s busy sandwich shop on Basin Rd. She made a difference in our lives and will be truly missed.

  • Debbie,
    You were my dear friend, my family, and
    my rock. I will always remember the good
    times, the laughter, and your loving, caring spirit. Our trips to the Mall and the Hair Salon
    were some of the best times ever.

    You were always one of the first people
    to offer to help in times of need. I hope you
    and Greg are dancing with the Angels. You
    are FOREVER in my Heart “Squints”.
    All my love!!! RIP

    Love,
    Cindy

  • So sorry Debbie you will be missed by your family. Friends. And your co workers. Love mom and dad

  • U will b missed and soo sorry Aunt Mary always here for ya love ya all

  • I am sorry to lose another cousin. So sorry Aunt Mary and Uncle Nick, as well as my other cousins.

  • DEBBIE YOU are missed so much. . Debbie and Greg are in the HOUSE of the Lord. Together eternally. All my love and always in my heart.

    Love Margaret

  • Sending prayers to Debbie’s family and friends. I worked with Debbie at Ames and grew up with her in Airport Villa. What a sweet person she was.

  • I am deeply saddened by the loss of your Daughter at such a young age. Please know, I express my sincere sympathy to you Aunt Mary, Uncle Nick, and all of Debbie’s siblings, friends, & extended family.
    May she rest in peace.

  • Sorry for your loss your family are in our prayers