Debi Fasce

Obituary of Debi Fasce

Debi Fasce of Smallwood, a teacher at the Monticello Central Schools, passed away on Wednesday, January 22, 2020 in Monsey, NY after a courageous battle with a long illness. She was 56. The daughter of the late John Fasce and Ann Twomey Fasce, she was born July 29, 1963 in Teaneck, NJ. Though Debi won no awards and never received public accolades, her successes are remarkable and breath taking. Debi influenced, supported, inspired, mentored and enriched the lives of those students who came in contact with her. Countless students have noted that having known her was the key to surviving their teen years and flourishing as strong adults. Debi lived her life with integrity and a fierceness rarely seen. She consistently fought against injustice, prejudice, and cruelty. She worked to break down barriers and help others realize their dreams. Her impact lives on. She was one of a kind and her loss resounds throughout our community. She is survived by her daughter: Taylor Alper; two brothers: Frank and his wife Rose of Taipei, Taiwan, and Johnny of West Palm Beach, Florida; and her nieces and nephews: Kate, Caroline, Jessika, Dion, Jonae and Tavé; great nephews Grayson and Ethan; and great nieces Eluna and Milani. Family & friends are invited to gather on Tuesday, January 28 from 4:00 to 7:00pm at the VanInwegen-Kenny Funeral Home, 401 Broadway in Monticello. A prayer service will be held at approximately 6:30pm. Arrangements are under the direction of the VanInwegen-Kenny, Inc. Funeral Home of Monticello. For additional information or to send an online condolence, please visit www.kennyfuneralhome.com
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Tuesday
28
January

Memorial Gathering

4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
VanInwegen-Kenny, Inc.
401 Broadway
Monticello, New York, United States
Tuesday
28
January

Memorial Service

6:30 pm
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
VanInwegen-Kenny, Inc.
401 Broadway
Monticello, New York, United States
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