Deborah Denise DeLorme, 62
November 2, 1958 - June 14, 2021
Deborah Denise DeLorme, 62, passed away at UPMC Harrisburg on Monday, June 14, 2021. She was born in Millville, NJ to Anita and Raymond Cossaboon. Denise celebrated 15 years of marriage with her husband David A. DeLorme last September 23rd.
A graduate of Kaplan University, Denise greatly enjoyed her career as a paralegal from her home-based business, Premier Paralegal and Administrative Services.
Being of strong Christian Faith, Denise was the most welcoming and accepting person you could hope to meet. She was incredibly caring and nurturing and would give the shirt from her back without having a second thought for those she believed to be in need.
She was a second mother to her kids’ friends, often having an extra spot at the dining room table for them as if they were her own. Denise was a gifted cook and could prepare great meals regardless of what was in the kitchen, MacGyver style! Denise also had a very keen interest in arts and crafts. Whether it was creating her own Halloween decorations from scratch, crocheting wonderfully intricate blankets, or recreating tavern signage from colonial Williamsburg, if she could set her mind to it then it could become a reality.
Denise was extremely proud of her four children and would be the first person to encourage them to pursue their dreams and ambitions. She and David loved to travel and go on cruises to places like Hawaii, Bermuda, and the Caribbean.
In addition to husband David, Denise is survived by her daughter, Debbie Sweeney, wife of Steven of Kingsport, TN, and her sons, Nick Farside and Matthew Farside, both of Lancaster; 8 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren and her 8 siblings. Denise was sadly preceded in death by her son, Robert W. Heulings, Jr. on July 20, 2011.
Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.
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June 22, 2021
DeLorme Family, May you find comfort in God’s promise at Revelation 21:3,4.
“God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes
and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.
The former things has passed away.”