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Debra Reid

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Troy- Debra Reid, 58, passed away Saturday March 18th, surrounded by her loving family at the Albany Memorial Hospital.

Born in Troy, she was the daughter of the late George and Geraldine Rosenburgh, and loving wife to her soul mate, the late Kenneth E. Reid, Jr., who passed away tragically in a trucking accident on October 5th, 2015.

Debbie loved her family and loved to spoil her children, grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. She loved to take the CDTA STAR bus to go shopping, go to the movies, and to go to bingo. If you knew her she would drive you crazy, but she had a big heart. If Debbie were in the room, you would know she was there. She also loved music and computer games.

She is survived by her two children Jennifer Archer (Bill), and Carrie Archer. Her grandchildren Michael Grant, and Nesa Archer. Her sister Kim Anderson (John). Her nieces and nephews, Christina Rosenburgh, Amy Shea, John Clement, and John Anderson. Her great nieces and nephews, Madison Casela, Janessa Trotter, and Alec Ryan. Her cousins, Greata, William, Gerald, Karen, Barbara, and George. Her aunts, Pearl and Virginia.

In addition to her parents and husband, Debbie is predeceased by her baby Earl, her niece Aerabella Anderson, and her uncles, Elvin, and William.

Funeral services will be private. Please visit www.mcloughlinmason.com.



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Tina Aug 23 2017 12:00 AM

My most sincerest condolences to Debbie's family. My heart breaks for everyone at this time of sadness. May the peace that surpasses all understanding be in the hearts of Debbie's family and friends.Sincerely,~Susan Carlson

Susan Carlson Apr 6 2017 12:00 AM

Debra, you will be missed by STAR on so many levels. Operators would come back to division sharing the candy you provided to them . They would talk about the adventure you took them on and how you involved them in your life. For that we cant thank you enough for giving us the opportunity to get to know you. Again you will be missed!Love your CDTA family

DISPATCHER O'BRIEN- CDTA Mar 22 2017 12:00 AM