Deborah “Debbie” Marie Parrish (Hardenbrook) passed away on November 3, 2020 from complications resulting from Alzheimer’s disease.
She was born in Jacksonville, FL on January 09, 1954 to Clara Hardenbrook (Moody) and Robert (Bob) Hardenbrook, both of Starke, FL.
Deborah is survived by her husband of 36 years, Howard Wayne Parrish.
She is survived by her 2 children: Tammy Sue Parrish (Hardenbrook) and Loni Marlene Rogers (Parrish). Her 3 grandchildren: Deborah “Alex” Johnston (McConatha); Lia Marie Rogers; Connor Wayne Rogers; Her 2 great grandchildren: Mark Wayne Johnston; Amina Sue Johnston; Her siblings: Steve Hardenbrook, Marlene Russ (Hardenbrook), Kenneth Hardenbrook, Robin Babinski (Hardenbrook), Renee Wilson (Hardenbrook); Her dearest friend Nancy McHugh Williams.
She is predeceased by her mother, Clara LeRoy (Hardenbrook), her father, Robert Hardenbrook, her stepfather John LeRoy, and 2 brothers: Paul Allen Hardenbrook and John Maxwell Hardenbrook.
Deborah was a former business owner (Drummond Point Fish Camp) and then became a Registered Nurse, which was her true passion. She retired as a Hospice Nurse.
Deborah loved her family and friends beyond measure, rescuing animals, gardening, the beach, cooking, painting, arts & crafts, and was exceptionally passionate about caring for others. She was adored by all who knew her. She will forever be remembered for her fun and loving spirit, and her fried shrimp!
She leaves behind many who will never be able to fill the hole left by her absence. Our comfort rests in knowing she is at peace, pain free, and in the arms of her Savior in Heaven. Fly high beautiful woman.
A small service will be held graveside 2 PM November 6, 2020 at Evergreen Cemetery, 4535 Main St., Jacksonville, FL 32206, 904-353-3649. Anyone who loved Debbie is welcome to be with us as we lay this angel to rest. Flowers will be accepted, however we also encourage memorial donations made in her name to Community Hospice & Palliative Care, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, FL 32257 or give online at support.communityhospice.com.
I love you forever momma. I’ll never be the same without you.
I miss you, I love you, and please be at peace. See you soon.