Deborah A. Saylor

January 31, 1984 ‒ July 12, 2019

Delaware, Ohio

Deborah A. Saylor, age 35 of Delaware, OH, passed away Friday, July 12, 2019 at her home in Delaware. She was born January 31, 1984 in Marion, OH to William Saylor and Deborah Shepherd.

In addition to her parents, Deborah’s memory will be cherished by her uncle James (Pam) Hawkins; cousins: Jamie Hawkins and Calvin Norman; 2 siblings, and numerous other relatives and friends.

Deborah was raised primarily by her grandparents: Grover and Mabel Hawkins, and her favorite “Unkie” James Hawkins. She was a graduate of Rutherford B. Hayes High School, earning a 4.0 GPA while she was there. She worked as an artist with Creative Foundations in Delaware. Deborah was an avid Ohio State Buckeye fan who enjoyed watching their football games, and collecting Ohio State memorabilia and stuffed animals
Deborah was preceded in death by her grandparents: Grover and Mabel Hawkins, and William Saylor Sr.

Services are not scheduled at this time.

The family would like to thank the Terri and Dave Shellhouse family for their care and support over the years.

Donations in Deborah’s memory may be made to Creative Foundations, or the Delaware Humane society.

Condolences may be expressed to the family, and memories may be shared by visiting www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.

  • I’m at a total complete loss of words right now. Debbie u will 4ever b missed. Fly high with the angels I will c u again one day 🙏

  • You were love by all and you are forever in are hearts.fly high with all the family in heaven.

  • Debbie was an amazing you woman.. she has been fighting a battle since I can remember in school. But never let it not have a smile on her face.. #FLYHIGHDEBBIE

  • BEST FRIEND you will always have a special place in my heart.you are now my guardia angel watch over me and the girls.i love u amd miss u.this is killing me inside.

  • Debbie fly hogh your gonna be a beautiful angel i went to school with you and you always had a.smile on your face no matter when you were going threw you were a very good friend untill we meet again. To the family i am so sorry for your loss

  • I have good memories of working with
    Debbie through the county board of DD. Rest in peace Debbie.

  • Debbie was always a bright spot in the classroom. She was there for other students, and , even on the worst of days, could find a reason to smile. I’m thankful for the time she was in my class….and the many people I met through her. She will be missed. God bless those close to her.

  • Celebration of Life

    To many you were a sister, a daughter, a niece, a friend, a neighbor, an artist, a devoted buckeye fan. For me, you were a friend who fought the bravest fight as a child to later fight another as a result of after effects of this fight. The odds of both fights always as disadvantage but you put a smile on found great enjoyment going to the doctors visits. On July 12, Debbie, God called you home and you went willing to meet your grandparents waiting for you. Your time here was short but very meaningful.
    Nothing in life says you how many candles each of gets. Some get more some get less but it what you make the most what is given and be happy with what we get. I would like to thank you for sharing your time with me.
    I can still here you tell me your going to beat me playing your favorite game “Sorry” or watching the crime science television shows on television. Your favorite radio station you listen to or the Buckeyes every Saturday when we watch on t.v. when they were playing . How about those word search puzzle books one last time. Nothing like a hallmark classic we watch.
    To the trips to Arbys for Roast Beef sandwich with curly fries or the Pepsi you loved to drink. Last trip to Cinemark to view Christopher Robin and with you trying to play Tiger with a bounce in the Gold chair. Off to pick out a pumpkin from the pumpkin patch we go for you to draw your what you wanted on the pumpkin.
    Well Sunshine it is time to go now until I see you again. Angels have come to take you home.