Deborah Pleshette Lang

Birth Date: 
Tuesday, March 30, 1976
Date of Passing: 
Saturday, October 3, 2020

Deborah Pleshette Lang, 44, of Wooster died on Saturday, October 3, 2020 in Wooster Community Hospital.

She was born March 30, 1976 in Wooster to Delbert P. and Marsha McCarty Lang.

Deborah was a North Central State graduate and worked as a secretary at Glendora Healthcare Center.  She enjoyed drawing and was a beautiful artist.

She is survived by her parents of Wooster; a brother Delbert W. (Stacie) Lang of Lima and nieces Madison and Cara Lang.

Private family services will be held with burial in Wooster Cemetery.

McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster is assisting the family.

Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com

Service: 

Private family services will be held

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Debbie had such a wonderful heart for our kids at the Christian Children's Home. Im so sorry to hear that she has passed on. Praying for all her family and friends. She effected so many kids while she was on this earth and inspired so many to follow her footsteps.

Dear Marsha, Delbert, Family & Friends.

Debbie's passing is unfathomable. She brought such light, life & love to those who knew her. I know your hearts are broken with her passing. I pray for all knowing her memory lives on and you find strength and courage to see you through.

Sincerely, Maryanne Schubert.

I am so saddened to hear of Debbie’s passing. She was a delightful person to work with, and I have many fond memories of her at CCHO. I learned a lot working with her and know that everyone she touched on this earth will miss her dearly.

I am so heartbroken to learn of Debbie's passing. I worked with her for 9 years at CCHO and have many dear memories with her. She loved kids and went above and beyond to make them feel loved. We joked with Debbie about her fetish for shoes, wearing neon colors, and collecting as many art supplies as she could get her hands on. Our loss is Heaven's gain. Debbie, I'll see you again one day!

Debbie truly was an inspiration to those around her. She shared her gift of art to the kids she worked with at CCHO and used it to encourage, bring hope, and brighten their lives. She truly had a passion for helping those who are hurting and showing them the love of Christ. I pray for peace and comfort during this sorrowful time. She will be missed but I am glad for the opportunity to have worked with her.

Debbie was such an amazing soul. She was passionate about the kids she worked with, and I love that I had the privilege to work with her at CCHO. She always had such creative projects for the kids, and they adored her too.

Debbie was a fantastic person and I enjoyed every moment we worked together. Her infectious laughter and her kindness with our kids was apart of who she was. She has touched everyone that knew her. Our loss is God's gain and I will truly miss her.

I am truly saddened by the passing of my friend & former co-worker. Debbie brought a presence to the cottage that encouraged and enriched those of us who had the privilege to know and work with her. Her loss will be deeply felt by those of us who called her friend.

Marsha, Delbert and Family,
I wish I had the words to take away your pain right now or help you make sense of why this happened, but I don't. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers and I am here if I can do anything to help.

Deb will always remain my Deb "Filet O Fish." The first day we met at the Career Center and she said her middle name was Pleshette, I thought she said "Filet O Fish". LOL!! That became her nickname from me and it stayed all these years. We had some fun times not only in high school but when we worked together at Learn N Play as well as our camping trips together. She will be missed. May she rest in peace now as she joins the angels above.

I am so saddened and stunned to hear of Debbie’s passing. I had the privilege of working with her at CCHO in the on-campus school. She was not only supportive of the kids, but also those she worked with. There were so many times that Debbie was the difference-maker in reaching students. She was a true part of the school team and so willing to collaborate with all of us to ensure the kids were educated and the teachers supported, in school. We could not have done it without you Miss Debbie! You will be missed.

I am saddened and shocked to hear of Debbie's passing. Debbie was such a kindhearted and creative person. She had such a gentle and warm approach with all the residents and employees here at Glendora. Debbie will be remembered by so many and will be truly missed.

I am saddened and shocked to hear of Debbie's passing. Debbie was such a kindhearted and creative person. She had such a gentle and warm approach with all the residents and employees here at Glendora. Debbie will be remembered by so many and will be truly missed.

I had the privilege of working with Debbie at CCHO she was a wonderful friend and had a heart full of gold! Debbie had an infectious personality that would light up an entire room. I will forever be grateful for the time I spent with Debbie and for the friendship that we shared. The loss of Debbie is going to be felt for a very long time here on earth! Until we meet again my friend! I Love You! Marsha and Delbert my prayers go out to you; I pray that God wraps his arms around you both and supplies you with all of the love and support during this difficult time!

I am saddened and shocked to hear about Debbie. I had the pleasure to work alongside Debbie for 5 years at CCHO. She loved the kids we worked with. She was so creative. The kids loved Miss Debbie! Every time I see anything neon or tie dyed I always think about Debbie. Thoughts and prayers to Debbie’s family.

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sudden loss. I remember Debbie as a little girl and can't imagine the pain you are experiencing. May God be your strength. Love and prayers...

Sorry for your loss. She was so good with both my kids at learn n play. RIP Debbie

READING THROUGH ALL THE ABOVE CONDOLENCE NOTES FROM ABOVE, IT IS CLEAR THAT DEBBIE WAS GENUINELY LOVED. HER WORK ETHICS WERE SUPREME . HER LOVE FOR CHILDREN AND TROUBLED GIRLS WAS BEYOND REPROCHE. iT WILL BE HARD TO FIND "ANOTHER DEBBIE" i THINK THAT SHE IS WITH GRANDPA MCCARTY AND WOWING HIM WITH HER DRAWINGS. GOD BLESS YOU DEBBIE. R.I.P.
MARSHA & DELBERT AND FAMILY, I PRAY FOR YOU ALL AND MAY GOD WATCH OVER YOU AND BLESS YOU. LOVE YOU PAT.

So sorry to hear about Debbies passing. I remember her as a teenager and coming into Walmart years later. I will keep you in our prayers and thoughts

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Prayers for the family.

Debbie was a great person with a heart as big as the sun. she would help anyone that needed it at any time. We lived by one another for many years and she watched my daughter on numerous occasions. she is going to be missed by all who knew her. Delbert Marsha and Gus Our hearts go out to you all. Love Todd

I knew ms.Debbie from ccho and I adored her with my whole heart! We use to laugh and draw and be goofy together and seeing her always brightened my day. She always showed me how to be true to myself and not care what others think about me. I will forever have her in my heart, I hope the best things for her family. I am so sorry for your loss, my prayers go out to you.

I just heard of Debbie's passing from ladies whom we worked with at Learn N Play. Debbie and I co-taught at Learn N Play in the kindergarten classroom for two years while I was in college. She kept the children and I busy all summer planning field trips to the library, playing at the park, and even swimming at Knights Field pool. We were on the go all the time! Prayers to her family. I am so sorry to hear about your loss and hope that memories of her give you comfort during this time.
~ Jennifer (Fahrni) Campbell

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