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Ellen Veccia

Deb, you had a very rare golden heart! I am honored that I had the opportunity to be part of your being! With all my love your Maid of Honor forever!

Kenny Green

Dennis and Maria Liber

We extend our deepest sympathies to Joe and his family in their time of devastating loss. May our Lord bless Debbie’s family with peace and comfort.

Debbie and Dale Parke

So sorry for your loss. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Diane Williams

I will always be grateful for the words you said to me just the day before you left us. You called in the early morning hours to tell me how much you loved and missed me. Now it is my turn to love and miss you more. Deb, your laughter and capacity to love touched so many. I will love you always my dear cousin. Rest easy in the arms of your loving family. Love, Di

Deborah Ann Iaciofoli

2024-01-31

Deborah Ann Iaciofoli was born July 15, 1957, in Flushing NY to Lawrence Jamason and Madeline Mammato.
Debbie passed on January 31, 2024, at Baptist Memorial in Jacksonville. She grew up in West Palm Beach, FL and attended Cardinal Newman High School.
She leaves behind her spouse Joseph E. Iaciofoli Jr. of 46 years; sons, Joseph III of Seattle and Christopher and Joanna of Orlando, and grandchildren Kendall and Adam.
Debbie was a member of St Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission Church.
She was avid in her arts and crafts as well as being a business owner. Her business included The Frosty Mug in West Palm Beach and Debbie’s TCBY Frozen Yogurt in Wellington.
Funeral Services will be at 11:00 am on Monday, February 5, 2024, at St Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission Church.
Instead of flowers, the family asks for donations to the American Heart Association and/or St Jude Children's Hospital.

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