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Condolences for Debra Kay Hestekin

Please accept our condolences. We knew Debra as a pleasant and vibrant person. So sorry.u
From Jimmy and Toni Christenson and the girls

Deepest Sympathy to Debbie's Family. Blessings to you all. Our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
From Brent and Kathy Robinson

Gary and Family - Please accept our condolences.
From Rich and Cheryl Ristow

Sending my condolences to Deb's family. I cannot express the loss I feel in Deb's passing. She was a great co-worker and a tremendous person. She will be missed.
From Pam Gleason

We want to send our deepest sympathy to Gary and Family in the loss of our dear Debbie. We watched her grow up into a beautiful woman. She was the sweetest an best. Thinking of you all today and always. She was taken from us way to young. Cling to the good memories. Love an Hugs to you all. Dave and Connie
From Connie an Dave Wathke

I want to express my deepest condolences to her husband Gary and to her wonderful kids John and Heather and their families. I first met Debbie while working with Gary at Trane, she is a woman you would never forget. If her kindess,gentleness and love for her family could be measured by her smile it said it all. She is a life taken way before her time. Bless you Debbie and may you rest in peace, free from the cancer that took your life to soon.
From Mary Hagen

So sorry for your loss, John and Melanie.
From Mary and Clyde Conger

Gary, Heather and John, Thoughts and prayers to each of you. I remember Deb coming to Boy Scout Troop Meetings from time to time. She was always proud of her children and their accomplishments and had that smile that could light up any room. Hold on to all the fun memories that you have with your mom and wife.
From Chris Matuska

We are so sorry to hear of your loss! Deb was such a friendly person! She was always kind, helpful, and caring, and was such a great volunteer. We got to be really good friends when we were leaders of a Cub Scout den together. She will be greatly missed by many!
From Dave & Julie Dahl

We are sending our heartfelt condolences to the Hestekin family after the loss of Debra. We will keep your family in our thoughts and prayers. I know this has been a very stressful time for everyone who knew and loved Debra. Please be aware you are not alone during your time of grief. Prayers and thoughts, The Wichmann's (Blake and Blaire Robinson's relatives)
From Sherry and Frank Wichmann

We are very sorry to hear the news about Debbie. She was our neighbor in Brackett for many years and at times would watch our children when we had plans. I remember Debbie being on the shy side and her long brown hair. She was such a wonderful person. May the Lord be with all of you during this very difficult time.
From Sam and Sharlene Kurth

I am so sorry for your loss. Deb was such a wonderful person and a ray of constant sunshine when I worked with her at La Crosse Public Library. I looked forward to her smile and warm words whenever our paths crossed while at work.
From Marge Loch-Wouters