Deborah (Debbie) Ann Reinier
July 16, 1964 - February 12, 2020
Deborah Debbie Ann Reinier
Deborah Debbie Anne Reinier, age 55, passed away unexpectedly at her residence in Keizer, Oregon on February 12, 2020. Debbie was born on July 16, 1964 in Fort Riley, Kansas.
Debbie graduated from Crescent Valley High School located in Corvallis, Oregon in 1984. She was described by her classmates as always smiling, full of laughter, and never let on if anything was bothering her.
Debbie had several hobbies of collecting different things throughout her adulthood. She collected Beanie Babies of all sorts, different Care Bears, anything Tweety, movies of every genre, and Funko Pop figurines which she had many of. She loved collecting Oregon State Beaver memorabilia, as she was a huge fan. Debbie was also a collector of hat pins of all sorts and from different States.
Debbie was a beautiful soul. She was a ray of sunshine and when she smiled she could brighten up any room. She loved going to the movies, she loved spending time with her grandchildren, and watching the home improvement shows on TV. Debbie was patient and loving. She loved her family deeply and was always there to lend a listening ear or a shoulder to cry on. She was loved by everyone who knew her and will be deeply missed by all.
Debbie was predeceased by her father, Danial Reinier of Philomath Oregon. She is survived by her mother, Anne Reinier of Keizer, Oregon her son, Anthony Reinier, his wife Shaley and 3 grandchildren Uriah, Kyrin, and Keira of Independence, Oregon. Other surviving family members include her brother Paul Reinier, of Philomath, Oregon, sister Penny VanSanten, her husband Eric and their children, nephew Jacob VanSanten and niece Savannah Vigue, her son Lukas, Debbie’s great nephew all from Keizer, Oregon. She is also survived by her sister, Teresa Messner of Keizer, Oregon and her children, nephew Michael Harriman and his wife Andrea of Salem, Oregon, as well as niece Ashley Valleton and her husband Nickolai and their children, great nieces Lily and Lucie of Lafayette, Oregon.
There will be a service for Debbie on Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 2:00 pm. The service will be held at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Services at 605 Commercial St. SE Salem, Oregon 97301. There will be a Celebration of Life at another venue which will be announced after the service.
We would like to ask that donations be made in Debbie’s name to the American Diabetes Association: in http://www.diabetes.org/ in lieu of flowers. This is a disease that Debbie had been battling for some time.
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