Hamilton, Debra Louise

Hamilton, Debra Louise

September 16th, 2021

Peacefully passed away, on Thursday, September 16, 2021, at St. Joseph’s Hospice of London, in her 69th year. Beloved wife of Ben Reed for 22 years. Dear sister-in-law of: Bob Reed, Dan Older, Caron Young-Henry, and Sandie Older. Missed by her nieces and nephews: Jordan Reed, Bradley Reed, Ryan Older, Maegan Cuthbert, and Brooklyn Cuthbert. Predeceased by her parents, Hazel and Robert Hamilton. A funeral service will be conducted at Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Friday, September 24, 2021 at 2:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior. Burial to follow at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Registration is required to attend.

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Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Debra are asked to consider St. Joseph’s Hospice of London, London Regional Cancer Program or the Humane Society London & Middlesex.

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Bernadette ChinneckThe world has lost one of the kindest, sweetest souls. I will so miss hearing her light hearted greeting "Well, hello young lady!" It is so sad to lose such a bright light. See you on the other side Deb. I miss you already.
Judy DesjardineHave not seen Debbie for many years. I,ll always remember as a kind and happy person. My deepest condolences to Ben and all her family.
Steve DesjardineOur paths nay not have crossed a lot over the years, but my fond memories of our time together will be cherished. You were always such a kind and compassionate person, who will be missed. We WILL meet again.
Cheryl LarmourI have such wonderful memories of Deb when we worked together, as well as outside of work. We'd have so much fun when we wennt out of town for meetings or conferences. I would drive from Windsor and pick up Deb, she was always my navigator and we had some adventures on the drive! She is one of the sweetest people I have ever had the pleasure to know. My deepest condolences to Ben and family. Rest well my friend.
Liz GarceaI had the pleasure of working with Debbie and remember her as one of the nicest people I have met. Gone too soon. My sincerest condolences to the family.
Kathy DavidsonI worked with Debbie when I lived in London. We had a lot of good times. She always liked it when I would bring in peanut butter squares or butter tarts. My condolences to her family.
Monica GillisThis news is so sad. Debbie was the first person who welcomed me at the London office. She was warm, kind and fun to be around. My condolences to her family.
Patti McIntyreAt times like this, words seem so inadequate. Someone as specials as Debbie will not be forgotten. Debbie and I had so many happy times at work and outside of work, far too many years to count. I have such wonderful memories that will live on forever in my heart. Ben, I am thinking of you and so sorry for your loss.
Barbara MailerMy deepest condolences to Ben and family. I was shocked to hear that Debbie was sick and then passed. We always had great times in the London office. Debbie had a beautiful spirit.
Carrie JacksonDebbie and I did our SOTC training together in Windsor for 5 weeks. Every Sunday we would meet at Timmies and she would hop in and drive through crazy weather to get there. We had a lot of fun!! She will be greatly missed. Condolences to Ben and the rest of the family.
Rick and Leisha RuddySending our deepest condolences to Ben and your family,
Peter DixonDeb was my door into CBSA. A true person. Nothing phony. Memories of lunch at the Marienbad with Sweet Ina, Miss Patti and Deb are treasured. (You once attended). She's in my heart, Ben.
Patti EdyDerek and I extend are deepest condolences to you Ben and family. Deb was a sheer delight, the kindest, gentle and fun sweet friend. I will never forget our Thursday lunches, every week for years. Such good times it was so hard to go back to work. I will miss her…
Mark LemonBen please accept our sincere sympathy to you and the family.
Vickie SuterMy deepest condolences to Ben and family
Pamela ColemanI am so sorry for your loss. I met Debra when I cared for her mom at People Care. Debra was a kind and loving daughter. She was very supportive and appreciative of the care given to Hazel. She had a wonderful sense of humor. I was sorry to lose contact with her. Prayers for her family and friends.
Ben ReedThanking you all for your kind, words, thoughts and memories of Debbie. I know how much we will miss her. Her giving nature touched a lot of us.
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