Deborah Lee Heyde

deborah heyde
She is survived by her parents,

John and Cynthia Heyde, her sister

and brother-in-law, Lisa and Timothy Sullivan and two nephews,

Jack and Ryan Sullivan.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. What a shame someone so young and full of life has left this world. I know she was in good spirits and planning on making 2007 the best year of her life. She was one of the most compassionate and sharing persons I’ve ever known.I know next fall she’ll be singing the Redskins Fight Song with all the other angels. The next time it snows think of Debbie sending us all bits of heaven down for us all. I know she loved the cold weather. She’d wear her fur in 50 degree weather hoping it’d cause the temperature to drop. God bless you Debbie and keep watching out for the rest of us. We’ll miss you!

  2. Rarely do you meet people in this life that grab your attention so quickly. Debbie was certainly one of those people. Her quick humor and flair for conversation made her easy and enjoyable to be with. We spent Tim’s 40th birthday with her (and not so much Tim) completely wrapped up in her view of the world! What a delight she was and I am blessed to have had the opportunity to spend time with her. To Lisa, Tim, Ryan, Jack and your parents, we wish you so many more wonderful memories than tears. I think she gave you an abundance to draw on. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  3. I was saddened to hear that I have lost my dance partner. May God Bless you and the Angels care for you always. May you have only smiles, love and your wings to keep you warm…I miss your hugs…and YES, I’LL WATCH YOUR PURSE…………

  4. Deb, I’ll always love and will truly miss my best friend. You will always be in my heart. I love you, Claudia

  5. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I am tring my hardest to come to the services. If I can not make it I hope you know my prayers are with all you all. My favorite memory of Debbie is when we both were at her work, she had just cut my hair and she always told me I should get my eyebrows waxed. I told her I would do it if she would and so we did. I went first and it hurt but went fine. She did it and she screamed bloody murder and said that they waxed her skin and hair off. It was a time where you had to be there to understand the humor!! Love you Debbie!! Love Rah Rah

  6. A very sweet friend, always reading and looking out for the welfare of others; I will miss her immensely.

  7. Her wonderful, infectious laugh! Her beautiful smile! At Jack and Martha’s Christmas Eve Party, always wanting to know, “Do you know any good jokes” and “where’s the crab dip?” Did I really first meet you and Lisa when I was 4? I remember spending hours at your house looking for the next game or toy to play with from the gameroom. Going to the creek or playing ball in the neighborhood. I remember all your animals, it was always like a zoo at your house; playing with those damn magnets until we had lost almost all of the pieces, and not to mention the time we electrocuted Jacquelin! We played everything, did everything and got into everything! We laughed, cried, fought and made up – just like sisters. That’s what hurts the most- I feel like I’ve lost a sister. I know you’re up in heaven with Bill Fleury and Susan M. telling all those “clean” jokes we used to pass back and forth. Jaci and I will try to be a small comfort to Lisa and your Mom and Dad. I will miss you! I will miss your grand entrances, dressed to the nines! The happy times! The good times! The best times! Love, Patty

  8. You are in a much better place than Turks and Caicos but you didn’t wait for us. I miss you already. You were a caring friend and a lot of fun too!! God bless you and your family.

  9. I will always remember Debbie’s smile and her laugh. Her love of music and animals. Hanging out with her, Vicky, Gregg and Phil. She was truly an original! Will miss you Deb. Love and peace to you and your family, Liza

  10. Cynnie and John – Nada and I are so sorry for your loss. No couple should have to bury a “child”. God must have a very special reason to have such a beautiful person by his side. We will pray that your feeling of loss be minimized safe in the assurity that there is a heaven and your Deborah Lee is there.

  11. Dear Lisa and family, We will miss Debbie – can’t believe we won’t see her again but trust the hereafter is a better place. She made some FUN and LONG lasting memories with EVERYONE in the Schnibbe family (including dad!) and we will all miss her. I’m so glad to have seen her Christmas Eve looking beautiful as ever! Love, Valerie and family

  12. Dear John and Cynnie, Barbara and I are so very saddened to learn of Debbie’s passing. We wish to express our deepest sympathy and say that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family in this time of great sorrow. Sincerely, Bud and Barbara Wood

  13. Ahh Deb……., Your smile…., your laugh…, the overflowing bubbles of your personality. These personal traits of yours will be sorely missed in today’s world…. My heart felt condolences to family and friends. Class of 1976 Langley High School Mc Lean, Va

  14. Dear John and Cynnie, It was with great sadness that I read of the loss of your beautiful Debby. Please accept my condolences and deepest sympathy.

  15. Debbie, “Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, a vodka (cranberry and seltzer) in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming “WOO HOO what a ride!” No one lived up to this motto better than you. Along with the drama, I always appreciated your tremendous capacity to comfort those in pain, even as you were hurting…your ability to laugh through the tears…your talent for making instant friends and getting them to watch your purse. I will forever cherish our shared laughs, tears and adventures. Thank you for being you and brightening the lives of so many with your unique mix of humor, energy and caring. Thank you for being part of my life. Love ya and miss ya forever, Karen

  16. Dear Cynnie and John, We are saddened by your loss and want you to know that you are in our thougts at this difficult time. OC and Barb

  17. Debbie, I’ve known you since I was a little kid, and through thick and thin you’ve always been there for me… and you always will be. I love and miss you like no other. <3 Always, Adrianne (Little Darling) P.S. The butterflies are free for all light to shine on them.

  18. I was so saddened to read of Debbie’s passing. Lisa, my thoughts and my prayers are for God’s peace to surround and comfort you and your family. Hope to see you tomorrow evening. All my love, Beaners

  19. She will be truly missed because she was one of a kind with a deep heart. My condolences to her family and friends. Sincerely, Leah Rich (aka Joyce)

  20. Dear John & Cynthia Heyde and Lisa & Timothy Sullivan, I am so sorry for your loss of your Debbie, she is a beautiful woman whom now is free of any pain she suffered in her life. I will keep you all in my prayers. I use to work for the Bank up until 2000 and my heart goes out to you all. Comfort one another and remember her spirit lives on forever!! Lots of Love and my Prayers are with the whole family.

  21. debbie,you will be truly missed,although,we hadn’t known each other long at Deja vu,we had some great time’s and laugh’s,such sorrow i feel,i ask god why??i love you and will miss you alot,seeing you in the parking lot at the pub,always looking so wonderful with a great smile,bye girl will all see you oneday in the near future,so save a seat for me.xo bruce mcdaniel

  22. Debbie I will truly miss all the great times and conversations we shared throughout the years. you were a good friend and a bright light in my life…Until we meet again my friend. I will miss you. My thoughts and prayers are with the Heyde family Natalie Bryant

  23. Dear Cynnie and family, I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter.I wish I had some words to comfort you but the loss of a child is so difficult. I will keep you in my prayers that you may find comfort in each other. Marilynn Sweetser

  24. Cynnie and John: Our sincere sympathies on the loss of Deborah. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Washington Chapter, Class of 1957 USNA

  25. You’re gone much too soon Debbie..I’ll miss seeing your smiling face and hearing your laugh. I’m sure they have “dart boards” in Heaven, so enjoy and hit a few bull’s eyes for me! Rest in peace. Condolences to the family – Losing a child is difficult I know. I’ve lost one myself. May God comfort you.

  26. A friend is someone who can see right through you – and still enjoys the view. You were a true friend and I will think of you and miss you always.

  27. The world seems a little darker as her inner light and wonderful smile will warm us no more. Our great memories of her must suffice. Condolences and prayers go out to her family. Eric, Lauren, Zac

  28. We were so blessed to have you in our lives. You have been such a kind friend to multiple generations in our Pederson Family and are now with some of our most beloved. All of the animals at work (HSFC)greatly appreciate all that you have done for them and continue to do. May your lovely spirit continue within all of those whom you have touched.

  29. We have been friends for many years and shared so many memories. We are deeply saddened to hear of Debbie’s passing. She will be missed by many. So now we have our memories, her smiles and laughter and Debbie being forever young and beautiful. John, Cynnie and Lisa please know we love you and are thinking of you and Debbie will always remain in our hearts. Vicky and John

  30. Debbie, I miss your presence, your essence, your heart, and your humor. Its just not the same…not seeing you play darts, not having “luggage” to watch (your purse), not talking about “Cliffy” (Dad), and not having you to check out a cute guy’s “guns” (arms)with me. I will love and miss you and your smile – always. Love, Jen (“DD”)

  31. I was shocked to hear of my good friend Debbies death! How can this be she was to young.She was a very giving person and I will miss her dearly. She all ways had a smile when ever I saw her.She would do anything for you if she could. I’m so glad I did see her when I was back east in May. My deepest condolences to her family. She is missed. Hope she can still watch, and maybe help those Redskins! Love, Ellen

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