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In loving memory of
Dr Debra Ann Wassum Low, DDS
  • June 26, 1952
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  • February 06, 2014

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Obituary

Debbie was born in Moses Lake, Washington. She was a 1970 graduate of Winter Park High School and University of Florida School of Dentistry. She is survived by a sister Honey Jean Wassum of Maitland and was preceded in death by her parents Pete and Rita Conner Wassum.
Committal service will be at Glen Haven Memorial Park 2:00 PM Thursday, February 13.







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  1. 23 Feb 2014
    Ann Marie Fails says:
    Deb and I worked together at the Dental clinic at the VA Hospital in Gainesville. She was a great friend and we spent many hours joking and poking fun at each other. Some of tried to contact her when we found out she was sick. I will miss her smile. Rest in Peace pretty lady.

  2. 09 Feb 2014
    Rachel B Shireman says:
    I was one of Debbie's first patients when she entered private practice in Gainesville. She was a funny, generous, kind, altogether lovely person, in addition to being a terrific dentist with a lot of patience and knowledge. I visited her at the hospital when she had cancer surgery and she had so many flowers from well-wishers, they filled the car when she went home. As her dental patient, I missed her so much when she retired due to her illness and left Gainesville. I am so sorry for your loss.

  3. 09 Feb 2014
    Barbara Truncellito Duncan says:
    I was a high school buddy of Debbie's at Winter Park. We lived near each other in Dommerich Hills in Maitland, and hung out together. We went to different colleges, and then went different directions in life. I was able to keep up with Debbie, and was so proud of her accomplishments!
    Was so shocked to see her obituary in today's paper. She will be missed!

  4. 09 Feb 2014
    Kimberly Browne says:
    I only knew Debbie a little, when she joined our bridge club. I remember her quick wit and smile. My condolences for your loss.