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In loving memory of
Debbie Kimble
  • December 24, 1955
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  • November 27, 2020

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Debbie Kimble (64), of Ormond Beach, Florida, passed away surrounded by family on November 27, 2020. Debbie was born on December 24, 1955 in Washington, D.C. to Jackson and Alice Hearn. Debbie worked as a civilian employee for the Department of Navy, Crystal City, Virginia, and in the semiconductor industry in San Diego, California, where she lived most of her adult life.

Debbie is predeceased by her mother and father, Jackson and Alice Hearn.

She is survived by her sister and brother, Susan Cecala and Ken Hearn, her nephew, Jason Cecala, her great nephews, Noah Cecala and Aidan Cecala, and her cousin, Barbara Crocker Sullivan.

Services for Debbie are private at this time and at the discretion of the family.

Debbie was an avid animal lover and the owner of many cats throughout the years. If you would like to honor Debbie’s memory, and in lieu of flowers, please donate to any animal protection organization of your choice, such as the ASPCA, or the animal shelter of your choice.


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  1. 21 Dec 2020
    lynda Wiemeyer says:
    Debbie and I became friends in 1984 when we both worked for Kodak. I brought her over to Brooktree to work with me .. she was my Maid Of Honor when I married Larry .. we were great friends for many years. Unfortunately, we lost contact over the years. You were taken too soon, Deb .. wish we could have spoken before your passing. RIP dear friend.

  2. 21 Dec 2020
    lynda Wiemeyer lit a candle:
    Lit since December 21, 2020 at 12:05:16 PM

  3. 18 Dec 2020
    Jeff King says:
    My name is Jeff King and Debbie and I were very close for 20 years.

    We both started at Brooktree the same day in February, 1990, and we worked together over multiple companies for many years. I liked everything about her and enjoyed her company very much.

    Our birthdays are 12 days apart so, even when we no longer worked together, we would call each other in December and talk for a long time and catch up. We were not able to continue those calls the past 10 years and I missed them, and her.

    My first name is Jeffrey, which nobody every uses. However, to mock that, Debbie used to call me "Ree". She was the only person to ever do that. I wish I could hear that one more time.

    Condolences

  4. 18 Dec 2020
    Kevin Hsu says:
    I have known you over thirty years as co-worker and friend at Brooktree, Semtech, Elevate Semi . You are always there to brighten up the day. Rest In Peace. ~Kevin

  5. 09 Dec 2020
    Sue Fischer lit a candle:
    Lit since December 9, 2020 at 12:28:50 PM

  6. 09 Dec 2020
    Noah says:
    I’m glad I got to meet you last summer, we had such an amazing time together, you made me laugh sooo much , I will never forget how we spoke out British Accent in the pool , we made many memories and I’m thankful for them. I will miss you so much, but at least you not in pain anymore and found peace.love Noah

  7. 09 Dec 2020
    Corinna lit a candle:
    Lit since December 9, 2020 at 12:28:57 PM

  8. 09 Dec 2020
    Noah Cecala lit a candle:
    Lit since December 9, 2020 at 12:28:10 PM

  9. 09 Dec 2020
    Noah Cecala posted an image:
    This shows me with my aunt Debbie, we had  a blast this day, and I’m glad I was able to make these memories with her . I will never forget her .
    This shows me with my aunt Debbie, we had a blast this day, and I’m glad I was able to make these memories with her . I will never forget her .

  10. 08 Dec 2020
    Aidan Cecala lit a candle:
    Lit since December 8, 2020 at 12:33:12 PM

  11. 08 Dec 2020
    Gina K. Cecala lit a candle:
    Lit since December 8, 2020 at 12:31:50 PM

  12. 07 Dec 2020
    Susan Cecala lit a candle:
    Lit since December 7, 2020 at 12:52:21 PM

  13. 07 Dec 2020
    Susan Cecala says:
    Debbie my “lil” sister as I called you, I will miss you so much. You were taken from us too soon. The one comfort I have is knowing your pain is gone and your at peace now. I will see you again one day. I love you.
    Your Big Sis Susan

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