WAL­TON, Deb­o­rah Jean

Cape Breton Post - - OBITUARIES -

It is with bro­ken hearts that we an­nounce the pass­ing of Deb­o­rah Jean Wal­ton, 48, at the Glace Bay Hos­pi­tal sur­rounded by her fam­ily. Deb­o­rah is the daugh­ter of the late Richard and Mora Wal­ton.

The strength and for­ti­tude that Deb­o­rah had dur­ing her bat­tle with can­cer in­spired her friends and fam­ily. Deb­o­rah was known for her love of chil­dren and could be found with a trail of chil­dren fol­low­ing her, full of laugh­ter.

Deb­o­rah took pride in her work as a teacher’s aide at JBC School and as a mother to her own chil­dren, she had a spe­cial con­nec­tion with her grand­chil­dren, the lights of her life.

Deb­o­rah is sur­vived by her long-time part­ner, Alan Ryan; her daugh­ter, Brit­tany (Den­nis) Brem­ner, Fort Mac, and sons, Bradley Wal­ton, Ed­mon­ton, Derek Wal­ton, Ed­mon­ton and Devon Wal­ton (Tay­lor), Glace Bay. She is also sur­vived by sis­ter, Delores Wal­ton (Tom­mie); broth­ers, Ricky Wal­ton (Susan), Shel­don Wal­ton (Gail) and Kevin Wal­ton, all of Glace Bay; two grand­chil­dren, Kayson Wal­ton, Glace Bay and Mav­er­ick Brem­ner, Fort Mac, and many nieces, neph­ews, aunts and un­cles. Deb­o­rah was pre­de­ceased by her par­ents, Richard and Mora Wal­ton, and sis­ter, Wanda Rus­sell.

A spe­cial thank you to Dr. McCormick at the Can­cer Cen­ter in Syd­ney and to the Chemo girls and a spe­cial Thank You to Char­lene MacNeil who never left her side.

Those we love don’t go away They walk be­side us ev­ery day Un­seen, Un­heard but al­ways near

Still love, still missed and very dear.

No ser­vices as per her wishes. Cre­ma­tion has taken place un­der the di­rec­tion of Pat­ten Funeral Home.

On-line con­do­lences may be made to the fam­ily at www.pat­ten­fu­neral.com.

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