Deborah E. Arehart

November 08, 1951 ‒ February 25, 2019

Lexington, Ohio

LEXINGTON: Deborah E. Arehart, 67, of Lexington  passed away February 25, 2019 in Lexington Court Care Center.

She was born November 8, 1951 in Mansfield to Robert and Margaret (Callahan) Arehart.

A lifelong resident, Debbie enjoyed her work at Newhope and spending time with her roommate Jeannie.  She also loved music and singing.  Debbie had so many favorite people in her life who cared and loved her.  Our family would like to thank Newhope Industries, Mickie’s Creative Options and Rem of Ohio.

She is survived by sisters Susan (Michael) Johnson of Pagosa Springs, CO, Catherine (Bruce) Bachelder of Lexington, OH, and Laura (Jeffrey) Carter Lexington, OH; 7 nieces and nephews; 6 great-nieces and nephews; and numerous extended family.

She was preceded in death by her parents Margaret Arehart on September 16, 2018 and Robert Arehart on January 9, 2019.

A graveside memorial service for Margaret, Robert and Deborah will be held Friday, April 19, 2019 at 4 pm in Lexington Cemetery.  Pastor Doug Kauffman will speak.

Memorial contributions in memory of the Areharts may be made to Hilltop Community Church or Lexington Grace Brethren Church.

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  • My very sincere condolences to Debbie’s family. She used to go to Sunday school with my “then” sister-in- law Kathy Armstrong. Debbie was always singing and happy. Prayers of comfort to all of you.

  • Sincere sympathy for all of your losses this past year..Such good memories of your parents from the time they were dating, their first home in Jim and Dorothy’s garage which they made into a home, their move to Castor Rd,.then you beautiful and nice girls and the good times at Hilltop. Treasured memories to carry you

  • Condolences to the family of Deb. I used to care for Deb and her roommate for quite some time. She was such a joy to be around, loved reading her magazines and talking about cake and ice cream. I have never forgotten Deb even though I have been away for a number of years.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how you must feel. I have found comfort in scriptures like Job 14:14,15 which remind me that God cares so deeply for us that he yearns for the day when he will bring us back to life on earth (John 5:28, 29). These words fill me with the hope of seeing again the ones that I have lost. I hope that these words bring you comfort as well.