A Celebration of Life for Wichita resident Deborah Lynn Bolser was held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at the Peacock Family Chapel with Pastor Manuel Tamaz officiating. Interment followed at the Riverside Cemetery.
Deborah was born December 24, 1950 in South Dakota. She departed this life on April 24, 2008 at Wichita, Kansas at the age of 57 after a courageous battle with cancer.
Deborah is survived by her husband Michael O. Bolser of Wichata, KS; a son James (Amanda) Cox of Canon City, CO; brothers Otis Guthrie of Austin, Texas and Joseph Guthrie of Sante Fe, New Mexico. She is also survived by a step-son Michael Bolser II, and grandchildren James Daniel and Jenna Danielle Cox, and Darla Jean Bolser.
She is preceded in death by her dad Bob Guthrie and a son Vernie Samuel Cox III.
|To Debbie's family, Sorry to hear of Debbie's passing away. She was a very special friend-classmate and fellow Girl Scout. Her wonderful smile and laugh will always be remembered. She'll be missed but never forgotten by those who knew and loved her. LeAnn (Gorman)Davis Class of 1968 |
Dear families of Deborah, I'm so sorry for your loss. We miss them so much when they go, yet rejoice when we know they've gone to meet their Savior, God, and Maker, when they know Jesus as their personal Savior. I pray God will give you strength and the peace that passes understnading till you meet again.
Iretha (Hart) Rider
|Debbie will be missed. She was my friend through my teenage years. Always a warm welcome the few times I got to see her after we graduated high school. My condolances to the family. Kathy Simler |
|When I was a small child we lived next door to Debbie. I was one of the little kids and Debbie was alway nice to us little kids. Even if the big kids didn't want us to play with them she would let us play with them. I always loved her braided hair. I was so happy for her when she went to nursing school and she was so glad to be helping others. God bless your family at this time of lost but she is now with the Father. Rose(Coberley) Edleman |
|I am so sorry to hear of my friends death. We grew up together and shared many many memories from our own lives, as well as funny stories of our sons growing up together. My thoughts are with you all .....Bonnie Kemp |
|Debbie, the other 7 or more Debbies in the class of 1968 will truley miss you. The many memories of making our Girl Scout leader want to pull her hair out will remain with me until you and I meet again in Heaven. Oh yea, She will be there too and remember about those pay backs! Michael, her class never got to meet you. So, I say thank you for taking care of our very special lady. (She got that from her Grandma you know). Otis and Joey I'm very sorry for your loss. I do know however, Debbie is very busy and laughing lots. All of our love Debbie (Stecklein) Brixey |
|My condolences to the entire family. Debbie's great smile and wonderful laugh are among my best memories of Lamar High School. She will be missed. Kathleen Thomas Gaspar, class of 1968 |
I express my deepest sympathy to you and all your family. My thoughts and payers are with you! Joey Guthrie