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Debbie (Einan) Berry
02/09/1959 — 07/13/2022
From Coulee City, WA | Born in Richland, WAWatch Graveside Service
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Debbie (Einan) Berry
Debbie Lee Einan was born in Richland, WA on February 9, 1959 to Duaine and Rosemary Einan. She passed away suddenly on Wednesday, July 13th at her home in Coulee City, WA.
Debbie was a loving mother and a friend to all that knew her. She was a free spirit and enjoyed spending time with her family. She always wore a pretty smile, made funny jokes and loved to laugh and sing. She was a very loving grandmother and adored her grandkids. Her favorite pastimes were diamond painting, baking the best apple pies, taking morning walks with her dogs, going to church, horseback riding, gardening, mushroom hunting in the mountains, and skiing. Debbie was very spiritual and loved the Lord. She will be deeply missed by family, friends and all that knew her.
Debbie is survived by her daughters, Cara, Chayla and bonus daughter, Denise, her sister, Terry (Tom), and brother, Don (Kim), grandkids, Kane, Kayla, Jayden and Jessamine, as well as her close friends, Mark and Maria.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Duaine and Rosemary Einan.
A Graveside Service will be held on Friday, July 29th at 10:00 am at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland, WA.
The best smile EVER. Always hoped I’d see her again.
Don and family, I am sorry for your loss. Hoping you find some solace to ease the pain. I am sorry I cannot be there this morning, but am with you in spirit. Peace to you.
Debbie I will always remember your beautiful warm smile, sparkling eyes, infectious laugh, and lively, happy personality. Thank you for being my friend.
My very sincere condolences for the loss of Debbie. I graduated with her brother, Don, and remember Debbie fondly.
To all Debbie’s family and friends, may you find peace, light and love whenever you think of Debbie.
Debbie, you were the most amazing person I’ve ever had the opportunity to meet even at the worst of moments you will be dearly missed by all of us in your hometown of Coulee City and all of us Firefighters-EMT’s.
Debbie and I graduated from high school together in 1977. She was always fun, funny, and well liked. I’m very sad to hear of her passing. My sincerest condolences to her family.
Dear Cara and Chayla,
I was hoping to be at the graveside service for Debbie but I will be out of town. I just want you to know that I remember your mother (and you two) fondly in those great Grandview days. You are in my prayers during this time of loss. I am now in the Tri-Cities area so if there’s anything I can do to help you please reach out to me on FB Messenger.
I love you so much grandma you were so loved and will be for ever missed
Forever my Angel I miss you dearly mom you are and will always be my best friend. Thank for teaching me how to cook CLEAN… Be a Mom to my kids but your right kids don’t come with a handbook. Thank you just for being you and our mom. Miss you Domestic Goddess/Dragon Queen