Debbie K. Schuette, 60, of Stafford County passed away peacefully Thursday, May 11, 2017 at her home, surrounded by her family after a long battle with cancer.
Survivors include her husband, Joseph P. Schuette; daughter Emily Kate Schuette; brother Ronnie Porter; sister Patty Moore; niece Tracy Moore; and nephew Bobby Moore.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 17 at Covenant Funeral Service, Stafford.
Services will be held at a later date. Burial will be private.
The family would like to thank Mary Washington Hospice.
Covenant Funeral Service, Stafford
Wednesday May 17th, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
1310 Courthouse Road
Stafford, VA 22554
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Joe and Emily,
We only got to know Debbie for
a short number of years. But in
that time....She grew very close
to our hearts. Debbie will be sadly
missec by one and all.
Submitted by Barry Landon Mallory on May 21 2017 04:46:35 PM
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. The Short family is praying for you and Emily during this time.
Submitted by Marsha Spicer on May 19 2017 06:04:08 AM
Dr. Schuette and Family,
My name is Diane Johnson, one of your patients (referred to you by one of my dearest friends, Kenneth Walsky), I was so sorry to hear of your wife's death. I will certainly keep you and your family in my prayers. I pray that God will strengthen you and your family with His grace and mercy during this sad time in your life. My prayer is that God will lift you up and keep you strong in your hour of bereavement.
Submitted by Diane Johnson on May 18 2017 04:26:40 PM
Dr.Schuette and Emily,
My family and I send our most heartfelt thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I have been so lucky to be close to your family for ten years now and some of my most precious childhood memories have taken place with you all. I have always felt completely at home whenever Emily had me over to your house. Mrs.Schuette always had fantastic macaroni and cheese pizza and Mexican Coke ready when we would watch soccer games in the basement. After exciting goals were scored, we would be running around cheering so loud the whole neighborhood could probably hear us. Instead of telling us to quiet down, she would come down and ask what happened in the game and cheer along with us. She always knew what to say whenever any one of us was going through a hard time. I have learned so many lessons from her over the years that I will carry with me forever. It is rare to meet someone as genuinely kindhearted and caring as she was but I know that she passed these traits onto Emily and she is so proud of her and all she has accomplished. Audrey Lintner
Submitted by Audrey Lintner on May 18 2017 11:32:14 AM
The Lintner Family lit a candle for Debbie Kaye Schuette
The Lintner Family lit a candle on May 18 2017 10:52:42 AM
Our thoughts and prayers for you and your family during this time. We will continue to keep you in our thoughts through the coming days. The DeJerolme family.
Submitted by DeJerolme Family on May 17 2017 08:04:29 PM
Please accept our deepest sympathy at your loss. May happy memories and your faith be your strength in the days ahead. Leighton and Carol grove
Submitted by Carol grove on May 17 2017 11:28:16 AM
Our families thoughts are with you and Emily at this most difficult time.
Submitted by The Kreutzer, Vestal and Wiltse Family on May 17 2017 11:00:05 AM
We are saddened by the lose of Debbie. Prayers go out to family & friends who knew & loved her.
Submitted by Mark & Susan Knox on May 17 2017 09:16:51 AM
So sorry for your loss
Submitted by Barbara and Felix Weaver on May 16 2017 07:48:22 PM
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