EDGEWOOD, Fla. — Deborah A. Jackman, 63, passed away Sunday, April 30, after a long battle of Alzheimer’s with her loving husband by her side in the Grand Villa Memory Center of Edgewood, Fla.

She born Nov. 17, 1953, and was raised in Wilton by her father Talbot Lochhead and mother Grayce Bishop-Glover whom she was predeceased by.

She is survived by her two daughters, Jessica Gammon and Nancy Jackman; grandchildren, Trevor and Azrael; her husband, Richard B. Jackman; and extended family who loved her dearly.

Deborah graduated from Wilton Academy High School and pursued a business degree also obtained her cosmetology license in her adulthood, was active in her community and church as a business owner in Livermore Falls and ordained minister of the Methodist church. She will be missed and remembered for her kind and adventurous personality.

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