Debra  Duzan
Debra K. Duzan, 64, of Washington went to her heavenly home Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019, while at Jasper Memorial Hospital.
Debra was born in Washington on Nov. 26, 1954, to the late Norman Fleenor and Virginia (Wiseman) Fleenor. She graduated from Washington High School, class on 1972, and was wed to Garry Duzan Oct. 10, 1976. Debra was a very loving and caring person who spent her time taking care of others. She was at her best when she was able to put others before herself and that's what she enjoyed. Debra was a past member of Otterbein United Methodist Church.
Debra leaves behind her loving husband, Garry Duzan; a son, Joe Duzan; a daughter, Stacey Heath (Micah); three grandchildren, Conner Duzan, Ellie Heath and Oliver Heath; two brothers, Norman Fleenor Jr. (Fern), and Mark Fleenor (Diana); a sister, Donna Zerkle (Roger); sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Leonard and Connie Spellmeyer; and many nieces and nephews.
She is preceded by her parents; and a brother, Edgar Fleenor.
There will be a visitation Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019, from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. at Gill Funeral Home, with a service following Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019, at 11 a.m., also at the funeral home. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. You may leave an online condolence at
Published on November 4, 2019


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W. Dolores Naylor
Nov 05, 2019
My husband and I, Bill & Dee Naylor, were good friends of Debbie's parents, Norma & Virginia, and visited their home super often and watched their children grow. We married a little later than her parents married and Norman was Bill's best man. In a year or two we moved from Washington to Lafayette, IN. We did not see the children grow to adulthood but we kept in touch with Virginia & Norman as much as possible until they both passed away. Debbie and her brothers and sister all helped their Mother after Norman was gone, and Virginia and I corresponded often. After that we lost track of Debbie and her siblings, which was a shame, and I hope to rectify that soon with the rest of the f...amily. My husband passed away December 23, 2017, and is buried in Lafayette, and I am still living here. My sincere sympathy to Debbie's family and her relatives.Read more
Jill Edwards
Nov 05, 2019
We had a lot of fun at Lena Dunn cafeteria.
Keith Sherman
Nov 05, 2019
Sorry for your loss .
Chris Perry
Nov 05, 2019
Gary, Stacey, Joe and your families. I feel your loss. Debbie was a caring , selfless mother , wife, and grandmother . We shared alot of stories this summer sitting outside in the garage or on the porch . The love for her family was very apparent in these stories. She will be deeply missed by all.