Debra Lynn (Meyer) Austill (Breckenridge)

Born: Tue., Mar. 27, 1956
Died: Thu., Sep. 26, 2019


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Debra Lynn (Meyer) Austill, 63, of Breckenridge, Colorado since 1982 passed away on September 26, 2019 in Breckenridge. She was born March 27, 1956 in Enid, Oklahoma to Robert and Wanda (Carver) Meyer. She married Jay Austill July 18, 1981 in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. She attended college at Kansas State University.

Debra owned her own business Austill’s Assets where she worked as an accountant. She enjoyed card making, making beaded jewelry, traveling and making people smile.

Debra is survived by her husband Jay of Breckenridge; son Tyler Austill of Breckenridge; stepson Jeff Austill of Denver, Colorado; stepdaughter Angela Addis of Newman, Georgia; her parents Bob and Wanda Meyer of Lansing, Kansas; brother David (Lisa) of Winston-Salem, North Carolina; sisters Susan (Greg) Turner of Buffalo, Missouri and Lori Dexter and Fiancé Delmer Naylor of Kansas City, Missouri and multiple nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life is planned for a later time. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to Hospice at htttps://www.hospicefoundation.org.

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John &Linda Mirro
   Posted Tue October 08, 2019
Our hearts are saddened by this sudden loss of a friend who always kept our interests in the forefront of our relationship.It was privilege to know her and to business with her. Deb's counsel was always valuable and her personal touch enjoyable. We send our sincere condolences to you, her family. We will miss her smile and her gentle way. Jeanne is blessed to have her.
Love,
Linda & John Mirro

Jan and Rollin McKim
   Posted Tue October 08, 2019
We were shocked and beyond saddened to hear of Debbie's recent passing. We moved from Breckenridge a decade or so back, and Debbie was at the top of our list to visit if and when we ever get back out to the Rockies....

Debbie was a special friend over our Colorado years......she kept me out of trouble with Uncle Sam, got me onto a computer during the DOS days, made me get into Quickbooks a few years later, coming to visit us in the back of our store or my going to sit like a student in the back of her office while I learned the joys of accounting.

Along the way we became friends, her ready smile and optimism always a blessing to me and all the others who knew her. With all the taxes life hits us with, it seems I was always visiting her for sales tax or employee tax purposes (endlessly at April 15th time) and some chitchat to make things more pleasant. Often I'd just stop by her office on the way home to Peak 7, just for the chitchat and a smile. She'd tell me the latest on Jay and go bragging on Tyler, we'd thrill about the bears and moose running around the neighborhood, such sweet interludes to talking the business of accounting.

Jan and I send our sincere condolences to Jay and Tyler.....We pray God will give you his peace and strength, wherever you might stand with Him.

Debbie, you will always be special in my heart and memory.......thanks for being such a good friend, thanks for letting me lean on you. You are marked as one of the better blessings in my life.

Revelations 21:4

Jay Giessel
   Posted Tue October 08, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss Jay. My thoughts are with you.

Linda C Govenides
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
Heaven has certainly re-called an angel home. Debby is my niece, I baby sat her, she was just as sweet child as she was an adult. She took her aunt under her wings along with so many and shared her talents, caring and loving with me. I am so blessed to have had a part of her in my life. Everyone is on loan, time is so precious and it goes so fast. Never miss an opportunity to be kind and loving as Debby was. My heart is with you my sister, brother-in-law, Jay,Tyler,and her siblings, Lori Susan and David. May God give you his great peace that surpasses all understanding. Love, Aunt Linda

Lisa and Glen Brozovich
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
Our deepest sympathy is with you Jay and Tyler. I always loved seeing Debbie's smiling face as we picked up our kids at preschool and Breck elementary. One of the perks of small town living is to get to know people like Deb who are devoted to family, friends, and career.
Sending you our thoughts and love.

Dayle Hodges
   Posted Wed October 09, 2019
Love you, Jay. My heart goes out to you and your family.

Barbara Wolitzky
   Posted Sun October 13, 2019
So sad to hear. Miss her beautiful smile. She was always open to meeting and including new friends.

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