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Deborah A. Cook, 56,

                Deborah A. Cook, 56, of Milford, passed away Saturday, January 24, 2015 at Milford Regional Medical Center. She was born in Boston, daughter of Robert W. Cook Sr. of Norwood and Beverly (Glendye) Cook of Millville and lived in Boston and moved to Milford in 1982. She educated in the Boston Schools. She was a loving mother and grandmother.
She is survived by her children, Stephen Smith and Staci Cook both of Milford, two brothers Robert W. Cook Jr. of Everett, and Donald Cook of Boston, an uncle Robert Glendye of Jamaica Plain, an aunt Helen Hardiman of Quincy, three grandchildren, Marianna Rivera, Johanna Rivera and Alanna Rivera all of Milford.  
The calling hours will be held Sunday, February 1, 2015 from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. at the Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St., Milford. The burial will be at the convenience of the family.

Guest Book

Debbie was my best friend at Raytheon co we had many friends and much happiness I am so sorry I did not get to day gd by she will always be in my heart I did not here about her death until now I am hurt over this she was so dear to. My heart
Denise russo

Hi Staci and Stephen I am sorry for the loss of your mom . She was a nice a nice person and I will always have good memories of your mom . I always remember that your mom loved you guys .

Uncle Bobby, Aunt Leona, and the rest of Debbie's family's, I just to let you know how sorry I am to hear about Debbie. Please know your all in my thoughts. Love, Sissy Cook-Roach
Sissy Cook-Roach

Our deepest sympathy to the family. May the god of loyal love comfort you during your time of sorrow.
The gonsalves family

To the Family of Deborah A. Cook, I' m sorry for the death of your loved one. With all your grief and sorrow the Bible is a great source of encouragement. A comforting thought is at Acts 24:15,"There is going to be a resurrection".While grief at the loss of Mrs.Cook is great, joy at welcoming her back in the earthly resurrection will be greater.(Mark 5:42)

So sorry for your loss Stacy. Please let me know I can do anything.
Cheryl Himmighoefer and family

To my loving sister, you will always be in my heart. We will miss your smile. Keep nana happy until we meet again. Love Donny
Donny Cook

When sadness fills our hearts, sometimes we must believe what we can't see. May God show you the way to new hope, peace, and happiness. With Sympathy to the Cook family, thank you Steven for calling me to update me, not a good way to start the year off. Frankie Consoletti
Frank Consoletti

Aunt Debbie, you will be missed. I will always remember your beautiful smile.
Jen healey (cook)

To all of the family, I am so sorry for the loss of Debbie. I know how hard this is on everyone and no words can take the pain away. Just remember her as the kind and loving soul she was. I will miss her.
Donna Cook

Father God I ask you to lift up Debbie's soul and take her home home to you. I ask you Lord to accept my Divine Mercy Chaplet for the next 9 days as an offering for her and peace for her family. I ask all this in Jesus name. May Your will not ours be done. Amen! 💒 💐 👼
Carolyn Chubbuck Hall Heim

My deepest sympathy for the entire Cook family. I am sure she is now with her grandmother and they are taking care of each other. My love and support to you Bob Charlene
Charlene Robicheau

In sympathy of Debbie Cook and her family, may you know rest in peace,heaven now a waits you as all your friends grieve for you and your family
Sonny Schwenker

Robert Cook, loving brother. I love ya Deb. You'll forever live in my heart. I already miss your words. Someday I hope, I get to see you again, and we can talk forever. Love, Bobby.
Robert Cook

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