Debra Buckberry

With great sadness we announce the death of Debra Buckberry on Oct 17,2018. loving wife of Victor mother of Danelle (Doug) Brent and Shannon (Mark). Also survived by grandchildren Alyssia, Kayden, Jenna, Tiana and Madalyn, sisters Sharon, Marg, Laurie (Dennis), brothers Jim (Clare), Ron (Cecile), Lee ( Alex), and numerous nieces and nephews.

Deb was a long time employee of ICBC and leaves behind many friends. She had a special bond with her grandkids and they will miss her everyday especially the random outings they use to have travelling all over the city. She use to joke about the fact that her car had a pull to it when she went past the casino so it wasn’t her fault that she ended up in there. She had a huge heart and was always there to listen if you needed a friend to talk to.

Everyone is invited to pay their respects and share their stories on:

Sat Oct 27 2018

Garden Hill Cremation and Funeral Services
11765 224th St. Maple Ridge
Viewing at 11:30
service at 12:30
with reception to follow

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  1. Karan Henderson :

    So sorry to hear. Deb was a special person and wonderful to work with.

  2. Cathy Van Aert :

    Deb was a great manager and encouraged me to apply for higher positions. She was a great lady and I enjoyed working with her. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family in this hard time

  3. It was a true honour to have worked with Deb and been her friend. Condolences to the whole family for the loss ❤️

  4. Although I haven’t seen as much of Deb in recent years she remained and will remain one of my favourite people. She was one of the few truly caring and honest people I know, I am going to miss her

  5. Jennifer Threatful :

    My sincerest condolences. I worked with Deb many years ago. She was a wonderful lady and it was obvious how much she loved her children and grandchildren.

  6. Lynda Faubert :

    My condolences to the family. Deb was my manager for many years. She was always kind and generous. When I was going through tough times in my life she was always extremely supportive. She was such a wonderful person, this is such sad news.

  7. Lesley Garlough :

    I was so saddened to read about Deb – I worked with her for many years and have some very fond memories ….. I can hear her laugh :). Please know that she was loved, cared about and respected by many . My condolences

  8. My heart goes out to you during these sad days. Deb was a friend and my mentor. A truly wonderful, giving lady who gave opportunity and the ability to rise. She made you laugh, she made you think. She will be missed by many.

  9. I was saddened to hear of Deb’s passing. She was a lovely lady indeed and always saw goodness in others. I am sorry for your loss and send my deepest condolences to the family.

  10. Ann Androsoff :

    Deb was a wonderful person who touched my life with her positive approach and sense of humor. No matter what obstacles came up she had a sensible solution for it or would find one. She was one of those people who keeps popping up in my mind when I reflect on my life at ICBC. I know she will be deeply missed by family and all those who had the privilege of working with her or knowing her. My deepest condolences to her family.

  11. Laurie Williams :

    Was very sad to hear of Deb’s passing. I worked with her for several years. I enjoyed working with her and she had a great sense of humor. My sincere condolences to the family.

  12. So sorry to learn of Deb’s passing. We worked in the same building together & spent many a coffee/ smoke break on the work patio. We liked the same books & often exchanged them. She was a lovely lady, full of fun, & will be missed.

  13. Andy (Andrea Plautz) :

    My deepest condolences to Deb’s large & loving family. She was a very special person! I worked with Deb for many years & she was the one who gave me challenges & always believed in me. I will never forget her laugh and will cherish the many conversations we had in her office, both personal & professional. Deb will never be forgotten xo

  14. My deepest condolences go out to the family. Deb was a lovely and real person. She wouldn’t mince her words, which is what I love about her. She was always happy to see you. She will be missed.

  15. I will miss Deb. I will not forget her. She was wonderful!

  16. Deb was my manager in ICBC. She’s very supportive of her staff and very encouraging.
    Sending love, thoughts and prayers to you and your family during this tough time. I will never forget you Deb. Thanks for everything.

  17. Debbie, was one of the first people I met at ICBC, she took me under her wing and was a great mentor.
    We had many laughs together. She was well known for her kind and caring approach to life, she will always have an imprint on my heart. My condolences to the family.

  18. I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Deb was a great coworker and I enjoyed working with her. I am unable to attend today as I am ill.

  19. Sharryl Williamson :

    We are so very sorry for your loss.
    She was a lovely person who loved her family very much.
    Sharryl Williamson, cousin of Deb

  20. I first met Deb in 1989, when I joined ICBC. She was one of those people who enter your life and no matter how much time went in between meeting up with Deb it was like we had seen each other the day before. Deb touched so many lives and we in turn are left with many happy memories.
    A beautiful service today, a perfect send off…

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