In Memory

Deborah Barrett

Deborah Barrett

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01/20/09 08:01 PM #1    

Susan Thompson

Debbie and I were good acquaintances during our time at Kensington Jr. High School and at WJ. She was a kind person who loved and enjoyed life to the fullest. I don't believe she regretted one thing she did in her too-few years on earth. I have fond memories of her.

Sue Thompson

02/28/09 07:08 PM #2    

J. Robin Brundage (Loew)

Debbie was one of my closest friends in 11th and 12th grade. I attended her wake at Pumphrey's funeral home in Bethesda -- I think it was 1970 or 1971. She died tragically in a head-on collision on Burdette Road, when the car she was in crossed the center line. That was always a very hazardous road with many hills where you couldn't see oncoming traffic until you were practically upon them. Fortunately, the road was regraded making it much safer. I have thought fondly of Debbie often over the years and still miss her.

03/05/12 12:31 PM #3    

Chris May (Hicks)

Debbie was an upbeat girl with a head for boys in ninth grade!  I remember her notebooks covered with the typical  heart and Debbie loves... guy's name....all over!  She never made an unkind comment.  I am sorry to hear of her passing.

11/20/12 02:52 AM #4    

Horacio Fourzan

After a very long time without knowing about her, it really felt bad to know that she has past away, She was my neighbourg and all I can say about her is that she was a great girl!! with a high spirit and a lovable character. Went to KJHS together and I will never forget her great smile and willingness to help me learn english. God bless her.

02/05/14 01:11 PM #5    

Sarah Maxwell

          I have vivid memories of first meeting Debbie. It was on my 4th Birthday. I moved into the house next to her house. Debbie and her brothers came out to greet me. We played climbing, running and rolling on the steep hill between our houses. We all spent the about the next 15 years together playing, talking and pass the time as neighbors. Debbie was a dear friend who I think of often. I am glad we had those times together.

Sarah Maxwell 

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