We are so very sad to announce the sudden passing of Deborah May Ingram (Watters, Wadden) on January 10, 2022 in Mississippi, with her loving partner John Sullivan by her side.
Debbie was the second daughter to the late Jack and Anne Watters.
She is predeceased by her parents and her second husband, John Gordon Ingram.
Debbie grew up and lived most of her life in Westville, where she married Joseph Wadden and had three children. Over the years, Debbie enjoyed working at the Scotiabank in Westville, the Donut Hole, CP Smith Furniture, and Walmart. However, she did take some time out of the working world to raise her three children and participate actively in their lives. She also used to enjoy her stitching night with the ladies, and spending time with friends and family.
Since moving to Mississippi, Debbie enjoyed meeting new family members as they welcomed her as one of their own. Her hobbies were reading, coloring and taking care of her numerous pets - most importantly her little dog Gypsy. She was able to accomplish a goal on her bucket list, when she and John were able to go on her first cruise .
She will be deeply missed by her children: Tanya Kontuk ( Billy ), Vanessa Wadden ( Ray MacIntosh ) and Jamie Wadden ( Carrie Little); sisters, Joanne Pittman ( Vernon ), Bonnie Van Veen ( Len); brothers, Teddy Watters (Sabrina ), Shane Watters ( Amber ) , Shaun Watters; and most of all by her eight grandchildren, whom she adored: Blake, Dylan, Lauren, Rayne, Melody, Leland, James and Clara.
There will be a family celebration of life at a later date and burial will take place in Mississippi.
Debbie fought a long and courageous fight and we can all find peace knowing that she is no longer in pain. Donations in her memory can be made to the SPCA or the Canadian Cancer Society.
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