Deborah Faye Simpson

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Apr 3 1955
Nov 14 2020
66 Years

Deborah Faye Simpson, 66, of Cochranville, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, November 14, 2020, with her beloved husband of 28 years by her side.

Born in Lancaster, she was the daughter of the late Jean (Griest) Kilby and Richard Dommel.  

Deborah was a member of the Calvary Fellowship Church of Downingtown.  She worked at Conifer Health Solutions as a liaison.  

She is survived by her husband, Richard Simpson; her two sisters, Sandy and Darlene; numerous nieces and nephews; and her beloved Border Collie "Sarah".

A memorial and interment service will be at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg.  Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Condolences

My deepest condolences to Deb's family. I worked with her for many years. She truely was a beautiful sole. I have never met a more kind and genuine person.

May she Rest In Peace.

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Aunt Faye, The world truly lost an Angel. My heart aches beyond what I could have imagined. Thank you for making want to be a better person. I Love You.

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To Deb's family and loved ones, Deb was a true light in everyone's lives. She brightened even the darkest day. We worked together for 17 years and I'm so fortunate to have spent that time with her. I am a better person for knowing her, she touched so many lives. God bless her and her family and friends. My heart goes out to you.

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I worked with Faye at the polls in cochranville.   She was such a kind, gentle woman & a true lady.... My prayers & condolences to her husband, family & friends.  Our Lord will hold her in the palm of his hand... Theresa

 

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My deepest sympathies to her husband, family and anyone who had the pleasure of her presence in their lives.
I worked with Deb for over 20 years.
Such a sweet woman and gone too soon. Rest peaceful in God's care.

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My deepest condolences to Richard and Deb's family. Her work family is deeply saddened by her passing. She was my long time coworker and I will miss her and our weekly check in texts! Rest In Peace dear friend.

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My deepest sympathy goes out to Debs husband and family. I worked with Deb for many years and we had a very special CHD ❤️connection. She helped me through some very difficult times as well as inspired me to continue on my path no matter what's in my way. I will miss her wise words, her friendship and most definitely her smile. Until we meet again my friends rest well.❤️😔

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I worked with Deb, she was one of the best. A breath of fresh air. One of the best people l ever knew, a true friend. She will be so missed by her many friends, husband and her furbaby. May she rest now in the hands of Jesus.

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My sincerest condolences to Deb's family. I had the pleasure of knowing and working with her for over 10 years. Deb was truly one of the sweetest and most sincere people I have met.  I am a better person for having known her and I will always remember our meaningful talks about family and faith. Rest In Peace

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To Deb's Family I'am so sorry for your loss Deb was a true angel on earth and I'am truly going to miss her. Rest well my dear friend rest well. 

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Rest In Peace, sweet Deb. You were such a wonderful gift to everyone who knew you. Never an unkind word or criticism and such strong faith in God. It was an honor to be her co worker and friend. May all the beautiful memories be a great source of consolation to her family.

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Had the pleasure of working with Deb at conifer. She was one of the sweetest person I've ever met. Sending love and light to the family ❤️🙏🏾

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My deepest sympathies to the family. I worked with Deb at Conifer and got to know her through our Monday morning prayer group. She had a great spirit and deep faith. I remember how she would get excited when she was going on an adventure with her nieces and nephews. She loved them and those outings. Rest in peace Deb, you are now in your Lord's house.

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Please accept my deepest condolences.  I had the pleasure of working with Deb for eight years.  She was a kind and gentle soul who made everyone's day a little brighter.  She will be greatly missed. May she rest in eternal peace with her Farher in heaven.

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Deb was my coworker turned friend and my neighbor at work would listen to my my crazy stories as they there the best she heard. She was truly a wonderful lady that I will miss very much
Rest easy Deb. ❤
To her family, she loved you all very much and throughly enjoyed all of your outings- she was proud Aunt!!
Much love!!

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I use to work with Deb at Conifer. Always smiling and willing to help. She was a beautiful person inside and out. Truly an amazing person.  SIP Deb....Shannor

 

 

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Had the honor and privilege of working with Faye (as she was known to us) at many Elections, and her kind heart and pure speech made her a pleasure to be around. Prayerful condolences to Richard and the family to have the peace of our Lord, which passes all understanding.

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