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Deborah Ann 'Debbie' Hoss April 23, 1951 - Sept. 7, 2018

Deborah Ann “Debbie” Hoss, age 67, passed away peacefully after a long, hard fought battle with diabetes, on Friday, Sept. 7, 2018, at 12:53 p.m. at Martin Memorial North Hospital in Stuart, Florida.

Debbie was born April 23, 1951 in Danbury, Connecticut. At the age of 10, Debbie moved from Danbury to Marion in 1961 with her aunt and uncle, Marcella and John Ramey. As well as with cousins, Stephen, Paula, and Mark, Debbie was a graduate of Marion High School. She had 5 years food service with Marion Community School system, also worked for years at the plaza bowl in Marion.

She married Keith Hoss on Sept. 28, 1978, in Marion. Debbie and Keith moved to Stuart, Florida in 1982. Shortly after moving to Stuart, Deborah begin a 21 year career in food service for the Martin County School District, retiring in 2003.

Debbie lived life to the fullest by constantly looking to help those around her and spending time with her loved ones. She is survived by her husband of 40 years, Keith Hoss, and brother-in-law Jerry (Jackie) Hoss of Marion; a sister Charlene Braden; brother Chuck Carr; a son Jimmy Hoss; daughters Ruthie Rich; Lori Rogers; Michelle Miller; grandchildren Cody, Catie, Tyler, Matthew, Brendan and Miranda, granddaughter-in-law Reva Rogers; one cherished great-grandson Marshall Rogers; special cousin Paula Berg; Roma, Kevin, Steve and Tina Lewis; and Kenny and Ed Ables.

She is welcomed in death by brother, Billy Carr; special aunt and uncle John and Marcella Ramey; special cousins Stephen and Mark Ramey. All those who feels their lives were touched by Deborah are invited to celebrate her life at Aycock Funeral Home, 6801 S.E. Federal Highway, Stuart, Florida 34997. Viewing 4-6 p.m. followed by service 6-6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the National Diabetes Foundation or Treasure Coast Hospice.