DEBRA HILSENROTH (1954-2016)'Debbie Britt,' a Pueblo staple and Bulldog graduate was called away Jan. 10, 2016. Stepping out of the ring of life standing 5'2¼' showing no signs of limiting her giving towards others, fearless in the protection of loved ones. She is survived by her son, Dylan Jacketta; brothers, Doug and Duffy; and preceded by her parents, Robert and Minta; and brother, Dick Britt. Service, 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 16, 2016, at Pueblo Christian Healing Center, 540 Alma. Donations in her honor may be sent to the Pueblo West Firefighters Assn., P.O. Box 7005, 81007.

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  1. As her birthday approaches, I will continue to cherish my beloved Debbie Ann. She was one of the most sensitive and perceptive human beings to ever grace this earth. She took “the road less traveled” and made a difference!

  2. I wanted to share my best memory of Debbie, which is from elementary school. I didn’t care much for school, and was uncomfortable around most people at that time. A particular teacher took a dislike to me and did not treat me well. I can remember Debbie standing up for me and speaking out when she thought I wasn’t being treated fairly. That seemed heroic to me, as no one else was quite so brave. I’ll always remember her kindness.

  3. I want to give my deepest sympathies to your family for the loss of “Debbie”. May you find comfort through out the days, weeks & years of her passing through God’s word. Death is hard on all of us, young or old we all must face it. God’s word can give us comfort and hope that some day there will be no more death. At 1 Cor. 15:26 it says:�”And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.”

    Again I’m deeply sorry for your loss.

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