Casserly, Debra

In loving memory of Debra Casserly (nee Cashmore) who passed away at home on Saturday, February 20, 2021 surrounded by family. She will be forever remembered and cherished by her daughters Erin (Calum) and Virginia (Mario), loving partner Delroy and her beloved grandchildren Matteo, Luca, Sophia and Panina. Debra was predeceased by her father Lawrence and will be missed by her mother Kay, siblings Larry (Sharon), Dale, Rand (Katie), Christine, Myles (Holly), Connie (Alex), Shelley (Terry), Owen (Sharon) and numerous nieces and nephews. Debra requested a Celebration of Life in her honor where her family could be together to celebrate her, eat good food and tell stories!  This will take place in the summer as she wished for a BBQ and to celebrate outdoors.


6 Condolences

  1. Oh the memories Deb has left for us all to cherish are endless! Let’s all just take a moment and think about ALL the times this fabulous woman fed our faces until we were ready to burst! I know my dad’s favourite was her lemon squares! Family camp meals, Inniswood dinners, Christmas events, my wedding, sooo many events that allowed us all to be blessed with her gift of cooking and baking! I am truly saddened by the news of her passing, but I stand proud knowing her faith in the Lord was well known, and we will see each other again!
    To all her kids, grandkids and everyone in between, the Wood Family sends you our love and strength in your time of darkness. We look forward to being together with you all, and celebrating Deb’s life the way she wanted us to… music, laughter, story telling… and of course FOOD!
    Love you guys. Xoxo

    By: Cassandra wood
    February 24, 2021
  2. Our deepest condolences for the loss of Debra she will always be remembered love Laura and Mike Leger.

    By: mike leger
    February 24, 2021
  3. I would like to express my sincere condolences to my wonderful cousin Debbie. And to her extended family. Many years have passed since I’ve seen you. But my memories of a child growing up across the street with you will never be forgotten. Living across the street and Enjoying play time in the backyard, bicycle rides, trips to moonlight beach, crossing the highway, outdoor fires Next Door, and at my dads. Although we were cousins who are also friends. Your mother and father always welcomed all the children in the neighbourhood into their home. All those time spent together with my cousins across the street are wonderful and innocent. How I miss those times.
    Forever in my thoughts.
    Allan King

    By: Allan King
    February 23, 2021
  4. My deepest condolences to all Debbie’s family. She was one of the most dearest people to me while we served together at Inniswood Baptist Church. Her heart was so big! She helped everyone she could and she was always smiling and full of compassion. May her beautiful soul Rest In Peace.

    By: Hugh and roberta lowe
    February 22, 2021
  5. My sincere condolences on your mother’s passing. Let your memories help you through this difficult time. I’m here for you Erin.

    By: Patti Dzilums
    February 22, 2021
  6. Sorry to hear of Deb’s passing. She is in the arms of Jesus. I am sure she has many crowns for her service to many people. She loved life and her family and friends. She gave her all. Her best. She fed many people with her delicious meals and loved doing it. She was a hard worker. And loved everyone. Well done oh good and faithful servant! You are remembered and loved. Rest now in peace. Love you forever. Ron and Bonnie Saunders.

    By: Ron and Bonnie Saunders
    February 22, 2021

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