Debora Holtmann

Debora Lou Holtmann

September 29th, 1960 - October 8th, 2019
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Debora Lou Holtmann, 59, passed away on October 8, 2019 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Debora was born on September 29, 1960 in Kansas to James and Fumi King. Debora married her soldier and love, Andrew R. Holtmann. They have shared 39 years of marriage together.

Debora was a dedicated wife and mother, first and foremost. She treasured the time she spent with her family and she loved them immensely. Debora especially loved her role as grandma. She was a picture-showing, video-sharing, talk-for-hours, proud grandma of four grandsons. Debora made her friends into her family, and family became her best friends.

Debora is the beloved wife of Andrew R. Holtmann. She was the loving and dedicated mother of Angela M. Holtmann-Rangel and Nicole A. Holtmann. She was the cherished mother-in-law of Agustin R. Rangel and Arturo Felix. She was the adored grandmother of Noah P. Wilkes, Nico A. Rangel, Reign A. Rangel and Cameron L. Felix, and a loyal friend to all those lives she touched. Debora also had a beloved brother and best friend, James H. King, who passed away on September 29, 2019, just days before Debora.

A celebration of life for Debora will be held in her home state of California on Sunday Nov 3, 2019 from 11a.m. - 2p.m. at the Raincross Pub & Kitchen, 3557 University Ave., Riverside, CA 92501
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Mary Clopton

Posted at 02:08am
Thank you Debbie for be my friend. I love you and will keep you with me forever.

Joe and Cec Santapau

Posted at 09:21pm
Debby and Andy have been our neighbors for the past 16 years and have been a blessing. We will miss her smile and welcoming persona. We will always remember her. God Bless.

Oscar Sanchez

Posted at 02:00pm
I still cant believe the news of my good friend and co-worker. I've worked with Debby on a daily bases since the day she stared working at ST. JOHN its been about 19 years or so. Debby was someone that could always make you laugh. I was so close to her that she even gave me a nickname of "TOED". After working with her for 19 years, I never got to ask her why she would call me that, I guess I will find out when I see her again in heaven. I will miss you my good old friend!

Melanie Brewster

Posted at 02:33pm
I feel as if I spoke to her just about every day when I was at SJB! I loved hearing her laugh. She had a way of drawing you into her world that was just so natural. We were able to stay in touch afterwards via FB, and I was so very grateful for that! We all loved her so very much...

Catherine Sorensen

Posted at 09:19am
I first met Debby while working at STS many years ago and she was my client. The word client soon fell by the wayside as she became my friend. We had not met ever, until 2012, when I worked for a different company and SJK had changed software. I was thrilled to finally get out to California a few times and get to meet a friend I'd had for years! Debby had a laugh that will never be matched....her kindness was genuine. Her love of family, the pride that she had for her grandchildren, will never be matched. Debby was one of a kind. I am still in shock that I will not speak again but I will never forget that voice, that laugh and that wonderful friend that I had the honor to know.
Sending my deepest condolences to her beloved family and friends.

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