Deborah Ann Strohlin, age 60, passed away peacefully in her home on November 1, 2022 after a hard-fought battle with Multiple System Atrophy (MSA – Atypical Parkinsonian).
Born December 8, 1961 to James Henry Freeman and Linda Ann Moores, she lived many years in both Marshall, MO and Salt Lake City, UT.
The happiest times in her life were when her children were young and the last 12 years married to the love of her life, Llewellyn Strohlin.
Debbie was the most content when she was working hard, at home “nesting”, and spending time with her family. She was a nurturer to all within her circle. She found beauty in simple things, was grateful for any act of kindness, and was willing to sacrifice anything for those she loved.
Known as “Mama Deb” during her years working at Marshall Habilitation Center (The Hab Center), she mentored many employees and is still missed by those that worked with her.
Starting at TSA in 2001, she quickly made herself indispensable and became a trusted friend to many of her co-workers.
Her grandchildren, niece and nephews were her greatest joy. She loved each of them with an unquestioned devotion.
She is survived by her beloved husband and best friend, Lewie; child, Jonathan Worley (Becky); grandchildren, Joshua and Chelsea Worley; sisters, Jennifer Carr (Stephen), Cynthia Park, and Missie Maney (Ken); niece and nephews, Joshua Talia, Alyssa and Teghan Park and Alexander Carr. She is preceded in death by her brother Kevin Freeman (Dorothy), her son Andrew Worley, and her grandson Andrew Ray Worley.
She wanted to thank her husband for his unfailing devotion and support.
Family, friends and others whose lives Debbie touched are invited to attend her Celebration of Life, being held on Friday, November 11th, 2022 from 4pm to 6pm at Goff Mortuary (8090 S State St, Midvale, UT.)
Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to The Multiple System Atrophy (MSA) Coalition™.