Deborah “Debbie” Marie Angulo, beloved mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend to many lost her 10-year battle with cancer on August 4, 2020. She was 65 years old. Debbie was the eldest child born to David and Rosalie Angulo. She was raised in Phoenix and graduated from Gerard Catholic High School. After graduation, Debbie followed her love of beauty and became a cosmetologist. She owned and operated hair salons during her working years. Most of her free time was dedicated to her family but Debbie loved to read and always had a couple of books in progress.
Debbie was preceded in death by her father, David. She is survived by her mother Rosalie, her children Adam and Mia (Chris) with her former husband Gilbert Guerra, her grandchildren Nina, Leo and Eva, and her brothers David (Erminia) and Duane (Julie), nieces Amanda, Gabriella, Leah and nephew Nicholas. Many aunts, uncles and cousins as well.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date due to COVID 19 restrictions at this time. We thank you for your understanding. In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation to the American Cancer Society or the Susan G Komen Cancer Foundation in Debbie’s name.
On behalf of Adam and Mia, her family would like to offer their enormous gratitude to Debbie’s Oncologist, Andrew Buresh and staff for the compassion and amazing care they provided for her over the last 10 years. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace.
We love you Debbie, we miss you so much and know you are watching over us! Till we meet again my amazing friend
My deepest condolences
Debbie was a sweetheart of a lady. Her laughter, her bright smiling face were ubiquitous and have become lasting memories from high school and, I’m sure, prominent images in the memories of her that her children and grandchildren and all who knew Debbie will long carry with them. My heart goes out to her family for their loss.
I’m sorry for your loss. Sending healing prayers of comfort and peace to you and your family.
Francesca and Marco Bianco
Our thoughts and hearts are with you during this time of grief. Debbie was a beautiful presence in your home and lives and she will be remembered that way. We love you guys!
My deepest condolences to the Angulo family.
What an amazing woman! A wonderful human being with intelligence, a huge heart, and endless love for her family and friends.
I miss you already Debbie, can’t believe we won’t hang out again in this lifetime. I’m sad but know it’s selfish. You fought enough and had rough few years. You deserve to rest, and I’ll see you again on the other side and give you the big hug you deserve.
You left a legacy of 2 kids, grand children and an amazing son in law who all loved you till you took your last breath, and will never forget how great of a parent, friend, and grandma (mamuk?) you were. We will all miss you forever, and love you with all our hearts.
Valerie Angulo Lauerman
All my love to my family who have lost such a vital presence. Mia and Adam, I literally followed your development and life events from the time you were born; hearing from Debbie every month as she did my hair. She loved you so much, was so proud of you, and had such a keen understanding of who you were and what you needed from her. I miss those conversations.
Duane and Davy, I am so sorry for your loss of your sister. You both gave her so much; she knew you were there for her and she loved each of you. She embraced your families in her heart completely, too.
Rosalie, my condolences to you; I hope you find comfort from your loved ones.
Debbie, until we meet again, love you, Val
Dearest Angulo Family, though we haven’t kept in touch, we have alot of happy memories from our St Mark’s days. Such a close family we all were. You would be surprised how often our family has thought about all of you. May you take comfort in your loving memories of Debbie and all the good times. With sympathy, friendship and much love, The Santana Family
Mia and family. I am so very sorry for your loss. It was my honor and privilege to be part of Debbie’s healthcare team. You are all in my prayers and thoughts.
Sonny & Rosie Guaderrama and family
We are so very sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and prayers. Debbie’s sweet disposition and thoughtful ways will always be remembered. God bless you.
Sandy & Peter Jouflas
We send our deepest sympathies.
Mary Ann Miller
My deepest condolences to you all. I was a few years behind Debbie at Gerard, and she did my hair for decades. It was always fun to hear the latest news of her children and then grandchildren. She loved her family so much.
My deepest condolences to the Angulo family. Though it’s been many years since I’ve seen Debbie, it was still heartbreaking to hear of her challenges and her passing. I have fond memories of her parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and brothers.
Martha k Romo
I was sitting at my desk I started thinking about the family of David and Rosalie Angulo they were very good friend of my mother and father. I think my dad met him when they both worked at O(K Plumbing. they became very good friends. I can remember the times when they would come over and us kids would play . Debbie and I we had so much fun . I will never forget you Debbie you are part of my childhood. My condolence to the family. and May yo9u rest in Peace my childhood friend. you are so beautiful as you were back then. i dont know why i was thinking about u today maybe ‘God took me here. if any one sees this and wants to call me 602 368 8083 Marta Romo Andrew and Blanche ‘Romo im tbe daughter.