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Friends since the late 60’s….mid 70’s I worked with your sister , caught up with your life. Thanks to FB. .we reconnected! You lived a wonderful life , now your legacy continues. Love you old friend.
Deborah Ann Bainum
Deborah Beal Bainum, 68 of Fernandina Beach, FL passed away on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at Fernandina Beach, FL.
Born on July 27, 1953 in San Marcos, TX to the late Eugene Lawson Beal and Florence Smith Beal, Debbie grew up in Jacksonville, FL and graduated from Englewood High School in 1971.
Debbie worked for and retired as an Eastern Territory Account Manager from Prudential Financial in Jacksonville, FL. During retirement she worked remotely as Chief Administrative Officer for Coredent Advancements. In addition to spending time with her family, she enjoyed boat days with her husband and their dog Rocko.
She was a dedicated wife, mother, sister, aunt and Grammy. She loved attending anything her grandchildren were involved in which included Band, Baseball, Football, Softball, Cheer and Dance. As an avid Gator fan, she never missed watching football, baseball, softball or basketball when her Gators were playing. She was the beloved Grammy to many friends and family. Her infectious smile and warm hugs were always there to greet everyone who knew and loved her. The family of ten took many vacations together including her most recent “bucket list” trip to Jamaica for a family wedding.
She was a faithful member of and Treasurer for Legacy Baptist Church in Fernandina Beach.
Debbie leaves behind her spouse of 50 years Cecil “Skip” Bainum of Fernandina Beach, daughters MeLissa (John) Pellerito of Keystone Heights, Mandy (Matt) Graves of Fernandina Beach and her four loves Brady, Kayli and Brock Graves and Giavanna Pellerito. Brother Donald (Brenda) Beal of Ohio, Sisters Dody Flanders and Denise (Kevin) DeOsca of Jacksonville, FL and five nieces.
The family requests privacy at this time and no service is planned. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Nassau County Humane Society.