Debra Anne Chessa

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Service Information
Faith Evangelical Free Church
250 Kennedy Memorial Dr
Waterville, ME 04901
(207) 873-0343

Debra Anne Chessa 1965 - 2018 WATERVILLE - Debra Anne Chessa, 53, went home on Nov. 30, 2018, to be with our Lord and Savior. She passed away peacefully at Maine General Medical Center, Augusta, with John Chessa at her side. She was born in Colorado Springs on Nov. 3, 1965, the daughter of Robert and Dorothy Davidson. Debbie, also called Deb-a-doo by friends, attended Lawrence High School, Central Beauty School, and Fuller's Circle - School of Massage Therapy. She worked at Jack and Jill, JC Penney, Attitudes and was the proud owner of Bella Vita Salon & Day Spa, her dream and passion. She loved listening to music, weddings and helping her family and friends.Debra is survived by her adored son, Anthony Chessa; her husband, John Chessa of 19 years; her birth mother, Bonnie Staton; half-sister Rachel; her mother-in-law, Lorraine; sister-in-law, Janine, brother-in-law, Dan and wife, Pernille; and three nieces, Rachel, Jessica and Sophie and four nephews, Juan, Johnny, Adam and Kristoff; aunt, Jeannine Boucher; cousin, David Loubier and wife, Joyce, cousin, Donna Loubier, and cousins, Mark and Steve Boucher.A Celebration of Life will be held at Faith Evangelical Free Church, located at 250 Kennedy Memorial Dr., Waterville, on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, from 10–11 a.m., immediately followed by a luncheon organized by the Fairfield Knights of Columbus at the St. Joseph Maronite Catholic Church, 3 Appleton St., Waterville.

Published in Central Maine on Dec. 6, 2018
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