June 8, 2013

Deborah Anne (David) Pages

Deborah Anne (David) Pages, age 57, passed away Wednesday morning, June 5, 2013 with her sons by her side.  She was a lover of food, friends, and felines.  Deborah was a devoted mother to Fernando IV and Alejandro (Alex).

Survivors include her sons Fernando Pages IV, and Alejandro David Pages.  Brothers: Jon David and Brian David.

CHANGE OF DATE:  Services will be held on Friday, June 14, 2013 at 1:00 P.M. at First Plymouth Church, 2000 D street, Lincoln. 

Memorials in lieu of flowers to the Bryan Foundation, 1600 S. 48th Street, Lincoln, NE  68506 or online at


  1. fernando and alejandro i am so sorry for your loss .

  2. Dear Fernando and Alejandro. I am so sorry for your loss.

    I has some very interesting conversations with your mother when I lived in Lincoln.

    You are in my prayers,

    David Evans

  3. I got to know Deborah years ago when we worked out at Prairie Life. We both had sons and many of our conversations revolved around them. She was so proud of her children. May your many memories give you peace.

  4. I became friends with Deb when we were members at Prairie Life, years ago, she was always kind and loving to all, always had time to listen to what ever you had on your mind.

    Deb Loved her Boys more then life its self, cooking was her next love, which her boys caring on today, as was her love for flowers.

    Deb will be deeply missed and our memory of her will live on. Bless you Deb for touching so many lives. Peace

  5. Dito & Alex,

    I’m so sorry to hear about your mother. I really, really enjoyed her years back during my Lincoln days. She was a lovely lady who adored her sons. Have been thinking of you both.

  6. Deb was a wonderful, upbeat person that I knew as a fellow Artist. She taught me to hug properly…heart pressed to heart. “Thanks Deb”
    Her boys were very important to her life, and am very sorry that they will miss her on this plane of existence.

  7. Debbie was a loving, compassionate and strong woman. I’m grateful for her presence in my brother’s life as well mine. She will be missed but never forgotten.

  8. You are both in my heart, hoping you find peace. –Casey Kettler’s grandmother

  9. To Debbie’s Sons, family, and friends I am an old childhood friend of Debbie from LA and grew up with her as teens enjoying those young years together. We remained friends until she departed to Nebraska and lost touch with each other. It is such sad news to hear of her young death to me and my sincere sympathy goes out to all that knows and loved her too. Please feel free to email me as I would love to share these fond memories and hear about her life with you

    • What a pleasant surprise !

      And what a tragedy ! However, I know with all my heart that my sister is with Jesus and that definitely helps with the pain. He is my comfort but it still hurts. What a blessing she was to my wife and I the last 2-3 years of her life.

      Good to hear from you and I hope all is well with you and your family.


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