Peacefully at Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital during the evening of 4 May 2023 in the presence of her sons and husband, Deborah (Debbie) McGuire (Ayers/Peden) of Orillia, in her 72nd year was taken by angels to meet her loved ones that had passed and were awaiting her arrival in heaven. Beloved wife and sorely missed by Doug McGuire. She was a loving mother to her two sons Jason (Micheline) Ayers, Jeff Ayers (Leslie Simcoe) and their sister Jenny Ayers who was like a daughter Debbie never had. Debbie loved her six grandchildren and her eyes always gleamed with happiness when seeing Jill, Jesse, Danielle, Addison, Michael and the youngest, Wyatt. Debbie is survived by her sisters Pauline (John) Dobson, Janice (Mike) Mathieson, Jo-Ann (Claude) Peden, Doug Peden Jr, Charlene Peden Swailes, Aunt Jackie Therrien, Aunts Marie & Jean Moreau, Uncle Dave (Liz) Peden, and is predeceased by her parents Doug (Marie) and Marion Peden and brother Scott Peden. Debbie will be dearly missed by her special friends she made during her youth to adulthood, former neighbourhood friends, Brothers and Sisters In-Law in London, On., Randy (Lenore) McGuire, Brian McGuire (deceased), Rick (Kim) McGuire, Mike (Bonnie) McGuire, Danny (Kathy) McGuire, John (Pauline) McGuire, Jeff (Thea) McGuire, and many nieces and nephews between Orillia and London. Cremation has taken place. A date and location for a Celebration of Life will be forthcoming. In memory of Debbie, donations to the Ontario SPCA Orillia Animal Centre would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Carson Funeral Homes, 54 Coldwater St. E., Orillia, (705) 326-3595.
“Goodbye my dearest. I’m so blessed to have shared our 43 years together. Until we meet again, I Love You”.
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