Deborah Fields, 60, loving mother and wife, died on December 13th, 2021, after an ongoing battle with breast cancer in her mother's home in Kensington, Philadelphia, PA.
Deborah is survived by her daughter, Lillian Fields; her mother, Elizabeth Lund (Weeden); her siblings Christopher Lund and Colleen Gallagher; and her best friend Gail Gillis, who loved her and was loved as a sister. She is predeceased by her husband, Anthony Fields; her father, Thomas Lund Sr.; and her siblings, Thomas Lund Jr. and Michael Lund.
Deborah was born on May 20th, 1961, to Thomas and Elizabeth Lund, and lived on Lippincott Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. On January 9th, 1993, she married Anthony Fields, whom she spent 27 happy years with living in their home in West Nanticoke before his unexpected passing in 2020. On March 13th, 1998, she and her husband together welcomed their daughter, Lillian, into the world, who was the most important part of their lives.
Deborah was a devoted mother and nurturing woman, who spent many years working with children. She was adored and admired by the many children she worked with throughout the different job positions she held during her lifetime. Deborah worked as a preschool teacher, elementary and middle school lunch monitor, front desk secretary, and guidance office secretary. She also had a profound love for animals, including her cat and dog, Autumn and Scooter respectively. She enjoyed celebrating the holidays and traveling to Wildwood, NJ with her family, and was renowned amongst her friends and family for her sense of humor. Wherever she was, she was able to fill a room with laughter. She will be deeply missed by her friends, family, and all who were fortunate enough to know her.
Relatives and friends are invited to her viewing 9 AM to 10:30 AM this Saturday, the 18th of December, at Slabinski Sucharski Funeral Home 2614 Orthodox St, Philadelphia. Her funeral service will be held 10:30 AM. Interment will follow in North Cedar Hill Cemetery. Flowers, donations, and condolences may be offered to her daughter at 35 E 4th Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815, as well as her mother at 3415 Emerald Street, Philadelphia, PA 19134. We all love you and miss you, Debbie! Please share your fondest memories of Debbie at SlabinskiFuneralHome.com