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Debra Elaine Servatius

November 5th, 1957 - August 29th, 2020

Debra Elaine Servatius (Hagler) was born November 5, 1957 in Caldwell, Idaho. She died August 29, 2020. She graduated from Capital High School in 1976. She worked 26 years for St Luke’s in the Education Department. She loved working with students. Debra was married to Paul D. Servatius. They had 3 children, Ryan W. Greenewald (Ashley); Patrick C. Brown (Kayleena); and Heather A. Morris. Debra was the proud grandmother of 11 grandchildren: Bailee - 16, Alison - 16, Tierany - 12, Kellen - 9, Madelyn – 8, Greta – 6, Andrew – 5, James – 5, Maeve – 5, Ben – 4, and Emma Rose – 1. She is also survived by her parents Al and Gayle Hagler; her brother Bryan Hagler (Amber), and her sisters Mary DuBois, Janet Westlake, and Wendy Everett (Chuck). Debra loved to travel, and she was fortunate to visit Egypt, China, Italy, Costa Rica, Hawaii, and the Caribbean. Debra was a member of Holy Apostles Catholic Church in Meridian. Debra volunteered for 16 years in prison ministry and 5 years with Saint Kolbe Re-Entry (Saint Vincent dePaul). Donations in her honor made be made to St Kolbe Re-Entry, 862 Silver Springs Ct, Middleton, ID 83644.

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Sharon Ashford

🕯️ The world lost a truly good women who I have had the privilege to know. Bailee brought us together when she was born and I know she will be missed but God must have needed his angel back. Our sympathy Paul and family. Please feel free to call if you need anything. John and Sharon Ashford

Published March 30th, 2024
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Connie

I was fortunate to work with Debra for several years at St Lukes, she was always amazing, focused, calm, organized and she helped me immensely when ever I asked. She is so caring and kind. I loved to hear the stories about her family and her adventures. Bless her and her family she is a special person and she is a special person in my life. Connie Smock

Published March 30th, 2024
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Roger and Laura Gleason

Strat, we are so sorry to hear that you have lost your little Debra; she was such a sweet and caring person and it was clear you adored her! Fond memories of the times we had dinner at the Outback..and I think we did Jackpot once as well, didn't we? Big hugs to you!!! Roger and Laura

Published March 30th, 2024
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Maureen O'Keeffe

Debra was always such an optimistic part of our St. Luke's team. Whatever the challenge, she gave us confidence it could be managed. She was a positive, shining light in this world. What a difference her life made! All my best, Maureen O'Keeffe

Published March 30th, 2024
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