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Deborah J. Warrington

Deborah Jean “Good ‘Ole” Warrington, 60, of Neopit, started her journey to the Spirit World on Dec. 11, 2015. She was born on Nov. 19, 1955, to the late Kenneth and Lillian (Mackiorowski) Warrington in Chicago.

Deb was a good person at heart. She loved many things in life especially her children and grandchildren, family and friends, and loved framing them on the wall. Throughout life she was referred to as “Good ‘Ole Deb” because she liked to raise heck with everyone who passed her by. The younger generation called her “DebbaDo.”

Deb was a very kind-hearted person, always willing to help out whenever and wherever needed. She loved her nature walks and rides in the woods and most of all White City Hill, the hill she grew up on, lived and fulfilled many fond memories. She’ll always be remembered in more ways than one.

Good ‘Ole Deb worked for the Menominee Tribal Enterprises Inc. for many years and the Menominee Indian School District as a cook in her early days, recently assisting with cooking for funerals with her friend, Mary.

She is survived by her children, Dianna (Kyle) Pecore, of Keshena, and Kayla (Darrin Kaquatosh) Chevalier, of Neopit; her grandchildren, Austin, Gordon, Kylissa, Arthur, Nevaeh, Kyle Jr., Naylelia, Ava and Faith; her sisters, Janice (Leonard “Cheeky”) Latender, Dianna Fish, Constance (Robert “Quill”) Chevalier, Cheryl (Allen Martinez) Warrington; her brother, Kenneth Warrington Jr.; nieces and nephews, Kristen, Ricky, Robert Jr., Anawaiwaiska, Beatrice, Micheal Sr., Antone, Ryan Sr., George Jr., Tara, Amber, Lily and Niko.

Good ‘Ole Deb is further survived by 29 great-nieces and great-nephews, along with three great-great nieces and great-great-nephews; one aunt, Rose Hoffman; sisters-in-law, Wanda Warrington, of Florida, Wanda and Cynthia Chevalier, of Keshena, and Jan Chevalier, of Neopit; brothers-in-law, Arnold (Marsha) Chevalier, Apasanakwat, Virgil (Jodi) Chevalier, Gary (Michelle) Chevalier and Randy (Angelica) Chevalier; special daughters, Sunday Dixon and Violet Madosh; and special friends, Mary “Grubby” Ninham, Carol Fish, Jaye and Holly Corn and their families, and friends that are too, too many to mention.

Deborah was preceded in death by her parents; her husband and love of her life for 30-something years, Warren “Eagle” Chevalier; her brother, George Warrington; special cousins, Brenda Boyd and Matt Wesho; in-laws, Jeanette and Melvin “Chevy” Chevalier; brothers-in-law, Christopher “Touggy” Chevalier and Donald “Cutty” Chevalier; numerous aunts and uncles, family and friends along the way, and a special nephew, William “White City Hill Will” Corn.

Family and friends called at the Neopit Community Center in Neopit from 4 p.m. Monday, Dec. 14, 2015, until the time of Mass on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, at 2 p.m. at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Neopit. The Rev. Joel Jores will be the celebrant. A parish wake service took place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 15, at the Community Center.

Mickelson Funeral & Cremation Service of Shawano is assisting the family with arrangements.

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