Debbie Marie Grube (Ginder)
(1959 - 2005)

Debbie Marie Grube (Ginder)
Nickname: Debbs

Lancaster Pa, United States of America
September 26, 1959

Lancaster Pa, United States of America
May 19, 2005

Debbie loved shopping,cooking and taking care of her family. She also enjoyed spend time with her sister and family going to flea markets
This site is dedicated to Debbie Grube.

Debbie Grube was a wonderful women. She was a great mom and always put other's before herself. She was paralized at the young age of 15. She couldn't walk and was in a wheelchair the rest of her life. She Married Mike Grube,and together they had a daughter they named Ashley Allison. Mike had two sons Derek and Christopher. She loved those boys as her own. Debbie worked as a secretary at Kelloggs Cereal Company in Landisville Pa for 20 years. She Loved going to church and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Lancaster.

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Mike, I am sorry for your loss. I have experienced that same loss. Devistating! If you are the Mike that I am thinking of,let me ask if you worked at Mummas Stock Farm as a boy? I was at your wedding, if so.
Kate Hoover, Cassel (friend)
November 6th, 2010
This is the memorial I set up for Debbie Grube. To sign the guest book, click on the "Sign Guest Book" button below.
ashley grube
July 20th, 2010
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