Debra Ann Collins

Born: 10/05/1954 Passed:

Debra Ann Collins age 66, of Brooklyn, Ohio, passed away Monday, February 15, 2021.

She is preceded in death by her parents, Virginia and Robert, and brother, Bob.

Debra leaves sister, Cherie (David) Forst; nieces, Nicole (Devin) and Rachel; great niece, Ava; many close friends, Beth (Mark), Linda, Cathy, Lynne, Cindy, Pat, Bill, and many “Friends of Bill”.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to Western Reserve Ames Hospice 30080 Hospice Way Westlake, Ohio 44145, or to Edna House 2007 West 65th Street Cleveland, Ohio, 44102. A memorial service will be held at Franklin Circle Church 1688 Fulton Road Cleveland, Ohio 44113 on July 10, 2021 at 10:00 AM.

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13 Tributes to Debra Ann Collins

  1. Anonymous says:

    I love you Deb I’m sure going to miss you but have so many special memories! I’m just so sad! ♡

  2. Patty Douglas says:

    Debby always had a beautiful smile.
    So sorry for your loss, Cherie and family.

    • Joanie Fischbach says:

      I’m really sorry to hear of her passing.We had so many good times I. School and so many after that.We loose touch with plp which is sad but its life.We all go our own way. RIP DEBBIE Always will remember you.

    • Cherie Forst says:

      Thanks so much

  3. Linda says:

    I love you Deb and I’m sure going to miss you! Happy I have so many special memories! Thank you for all the love and laughter and always being there in my time of need!

  4. Rachel Forst says:

    She had a funny and twisted sense of humor. We used to do prank calls when I was a kid. This was before caller ID was a thing. She would take me to some of my fave restaurants sometimes when mom and dad were on trips. It was hard seeing her health and mind get back over time. I rather remember her the way she was when she was well. She loved disney movies. One of her fave comedy shows was oh no mr bill. She came to a lot of school events that my sister and I were involved with. She often made me laugh. Those are the things that I should remember instead of the difficult times. One of her fave foods was fried pickles. I will miss those good times.

    • Cherie forst says:

      Debbie. I sure do miss you sister. Your laughter filled a room. When you laughed it made me laugh too. . You had a heart of gold. Thanks for all the memories. Give everyone a hug from me. You got to see Ava before me. Love you . Until we meet again one day. Love Cherie

    • Vickie Mancini says:

      She always had a smile. What a great lady and fine example.

  5. Debby Robinson says:

    Debbie was a good friend since high school. We talked alot this last year. She’s at peace now. I’m so happy she didn’t suffer. Will miss her dearly. RIP🙏💜

  6. Michele says:

    Debbie- you were so good to me and to my kids and to my father. I’ll never forget you hypnotizing us as kids, taking us to the movies, and to see Michael Stanley Band. You were always there while growing up, my cool older cousin who could help me whenever I found myself in a jackpot. You loved me unconditionally and I’ll never forget that kindness. I’ll always remember those good times and your beautiful smile.

  7. Billy W Robinson says:

    Westech 1973

  8. Edward Kelly says:

    Memory Eternal!

  9. Luke Marcus says:

    Debbie- I Remember When I Called You Always Wrong First-Name
    I know it made us laugh due sometimes I forget like The Scarecrow
    in The Wizard of Oz. Thanks for A Great Laugh with Me and All
    too bad I couldn’t meet you when I was a kid when like Rachel was one
    now you are Over The Rainbow and seeing Emerald City
    know as God of The Heaven’s Gates and you always were Oz-Some
    Lots of Memories will be special to me when you were alive
    Thank You Debbie and Really You Are Really the Best Person.

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