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Debrann Fusco-Egan

Debrann Fusco-Egan

Sunday, November 3rd, 1957 - Thursday, February 13th, 2020
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Debrann Fusco-Egan, 62, of Lincoln passed away, February 13th, 2020 after a brief illness, at Landmark Medical Center surrounded by her loving family. Born in Providence, November 3rd, 1957, she was a daughter of the late Robert and Irene (Murphy) Fusco. She is survived by her loving husband and best friend, John Patrick Egan, and his daughter Kelsey Egan. Debrann is also survived by her siblings, Robert Fusco and his wife Tammy of Long Island, and her sister Brenda Fusco-Gallert and her husband Peter Gallert of FL. She also is survived by her Mother-in-Law Jo-Ann Egan and her children Jo-Ann Plunkett and her husband Anthony of Johnston. She is also survived by her brothers in law, Tom and Mike, both of North Providence. Deb is also survived by her niece Reanna, and nephew’s Lucas, Nick, and Anthony. She also leaved behind her three beautiful cats, Sasha, Sizzy, and Teddy Bruski.

Debrann was born a Rhode Island resident, but she grew up in Long Island, New York, she moved back to Providence, to continue her education after high school. She soon after, graduated from Rhode Island College and received her Bachelor’s in Business. Deb worked for the IRS and the Veteran’s Administration for many years before retiring. She was a kind and loving person, caring and compassionate, smart and funny. She had the biggest heart in the world. She loved life and being outdoors, she loved spending time with her family and spoiling her three cats. She loved to go camping and kite flying. She loved to drive a stick shift. She was always laughing, smiling, and making the absolute best out of her life. Debbie loved to cook Italian food for her family and friends, she was an amazing chef. In her down time she would enjoy watching movies and her favorite show Law & Order. She was funny and loving and she will be sorely missed.

Visitation to which family and friends are respectfully invited to attend, will be held in the Berarducci Home, 26 Grove St., Providence, on Saturday, February 22nd, from 4-6pm.
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Patty McDonald

Posted at 09:45am
Jackie my dear friends I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your wife I know how much you loved her and I know how much she was your best friend know that your family and friends are here for you my condolences to the immediate family and her friends she will be missed by many 💙🙏
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Jo-Ann(Egan) Plunkett

Posted at 04:56pm
I will miss you forever sissy:(:( Loved you and you will never be forgotten.
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