In loving memory of

Deborah A. Weaver
October 15, 1965 - July 8, 2021

Deborah A. Weaver, 55, of Kingston, NY, passed away Thursday, July 8, 2021. She was born October 15, 1965 in Kingston, NY, daughter of the late Lewis Naylor Jr. and Phoebe Polefko Naylor.

She was a Kingston High School, Bard College graduate. Debbie worked for Mid Valley Cardiology, Kingston, NY. She was a vegan and enjoyed cooking, tattoos, artwork, and her cats! Above all, she loved the Lord and spending time with her family.

Debbie is survived by her siblings, Gary Norman of FL, Pamela Geskie of Leeds, NY, Denise Halwick of Saugerties, NY, and Brian Norman of Saugerties, as well as many nieces, nephews, grand nieces, and grand nephews, and her best friend Tami Jackson. In addition to her parents, she is predeceased by her brother, Paul Norman.

Arrangements entrusted to Keyser Funeral & Cremation Service, Inc., 326 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401 where family and friends may visit on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 from 6 PM To 8 PM. For those who wish, contributions in Deborah's memory may be made to The Multiple Myeloma Foundation, or the SPCA. A tribute for Deborah can be found at, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family.


Gary Steven Strompf wrote on Jul 14, 2021:

"Deb as most of you know was one of a kind. She was as hard as nails on the outside but softer than you could imagine if she let you in as a friend. I'll always cherish our time working together and often tell friends stories about her tenacity of getting it right for our customers and the company. You may have left us but you will always have a very strong place in my heart of hearts. Love you kido...till we meet again."

Christine Barley wrote on Jul 14, 2021:

"I was sitting by the news of the passing of my friend Debbie Weaver we became BFFs way back in middle school and I'll go over the years we lost contact it didn't mean that I didn't think about her all the time I see her when I went back home to New York to visit family and friends we always made it a point to have lunch my heart goes out to her family and friends and her best friend Tammy in New York I'm glad she had a friend like you may she fly high with the angels and rest in peace for she will always be missed and loved ."