Deborah Sue Pine (Reynolds) died peacefully in Taylorsville, Utah on July 16, 2018, at the age of 62. She was born in Pontiac, Michigan, December 19, 1955, to Delores and Lowell Reynolds. She graduated from Agua Fria High School in Avondale, Arizona with the class of 1973.
Deborah is survived by her daughters, Heather (Paul) Lippmann of West Vest Valley City, Utah, Karen (Jason) Johnson of Herriman, Utah, Michelle (Randy) Poe of Mesquite, Nevada, and Jessica Price of Taylorsville, Utah. Grandsons Brendan, Logan and Camden. Granddaughters Kelsey, Sarah, Kennedy, and Marabelle. Great-Granddaughter Aleah Marrie. Debbie has one surviving sister, Lynda Margerum and two brothers, Steven Reynolds and Kenneth Reynolds.
She was embraced in her Heavenly Father’s loving arms and was reunited with her soul-mate, Jerry Wayne Price, mother Delores Imogene Reynolds, father Lowell Reynolds, brothers David Wayne Reynolds and Richard (Ricky) Lowell Reynolds.
Debbie loved to sew, and many nights growing up, her daughters would fall asleep to the steady hum of her sewing machines. There was nothing that she couldn’t re-create. She passed on the love of creating in all three of her older daughters who will continue her legacy. Her pride and joy was her daughter Jessica, who suffered an accident in the hospital causing brain damage. She doted on Jessica helping her to experience life to the fullest. Debbie faced many trials and tribulations during her short life and through this, set an excellent example for her children.
A celebration of life will be held with family and close friends in Surprise, Arizona on Sunday, July 29, 2018.
Our beloved Mom taught us many things in life, except how to get through without her. We will love and miss her until we meet again.