Deborah Walter

  • Born: December 15, 1969
  • Died: November 5, 2017
  • Location: Green Township, Ohio

Meyer Funeral Home

5864 Bridgetown Road
Cincinnati, OH 45248
Tel. (513) 921-0117

Tribute & Message From The Family

WALTER, Deborah Sue (nee Beiting) Beloved wife of Andrew J. Walter for 23+ years. Loving mother of Michael and Austin Walter. Devoted daughter of Edward and Annette Beiting and daughter-in-law to James and Julie Walter. Caring sister of Claire Hensley, Cindy Rottert, and Diane Chappel. Incredible aunt to Victoria, Emily, Gabby, Avery, Sarah, Ben, Ryan, Bryan, and Cory. Dedicated sister-in-law to Karen and Dave Zahneis, Julianne and Dale Siegel, Eileen and Joe Walter, Judy and Ted Leonard, Tom Rottert, and Darrin Chappel. Deborah entered the next stage of her journey with Christ on Sunday, November 5, 2017, at 47 years of age. Deborah was Co-Chair of the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati and dedicated the four years of her battle with ovarian cancer to making a difference for those battling cancer, raising awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms, and raising over $1Million in support of research and survivors! With her contagious smile, she was an avid golfer (Go Hornets!), Tennis player (Go Western Tennis & Fitness Club), fun-loving traveler, fashionista (Go Cabi), supporter of the community, and spectacular friend to many (and I mean MANY). Visitation at MEYER FUNERAL HOME, 5864 Bridgetown Rd., on FRIDAY from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of the Visitation Church, 3172 South Rd., on SATURDAY at 10:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati, 4918 Cooper Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45242.


Condolence & Memory Journal


I offer you my heartfelt condolences !!! Debbie was very helpful to Sue before succumbed to ovarian cancer.

Posted by Bill Heitbrink - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   November 11, 2017

Words cannot express how sorry I am for her loss. We had a lot of fun together back in the day and thinking about those memories make me smile.

Posted by Hollie Beemer - Cincinnati, OH   November 10, 2017

I had the pleasure of meeting this Beautiful lady just two years ago on a Senior trip with ST. Xavier parents. What a wonderful couple Debbie and Andy are. They were so welcoming and kind to both my son, Frank and myself. Debbie was so full of life and fun! She has touched so many lives with her kindness and laughter! So sorry for Loss.

Posted by Kim Auberger - Cincinnati, OH - friend   November 10, 2017

Heartfelt sympathy to all and p

Heartfelt sympathy and continued prayers!

Posted by Debbie Lambers (Boenitsch) - Cincinnati, OH - Neighbor   November 09, 2017

I'm so sorry for your loss of this precious woman. She continues to touch the lives of those she never met on earth.
God is still using her but certainly wish she were here. The song goes When we all
Get to Heaven what a day of rejoicing that will be when we all see Jesus, we'll sing and shout the Victory , it will be wonderful to meet Deborah too !!

Posted by A friend   November 09, 2017

I am very very sorry for your lost. May the promise at John 6:40 bring you some comfort.
Bobb Williams

Posted by Bob Williams - Cincinnati, OH   November 08, 2017

I miss you more than I ever thought I could. You were a wonderful big sis and I will hold you in my heart, always. I will live by your brave and strong example and make you proud of me. Give everyone a hug and kiss for me and enjoy your first meeting with Grandma Beiting. Love you and thank you for being you. Love always and forever, Cindy

Posted by Cindy Rottert - Cincinnati, OH - Sister   November 08, 2017


An AMAZING woman and example for many. Her light will shine eternally in the hearts of everyone she touched. Many condolences to Andy, Michael, and Austin.

Posted by Sindy Re - Cincinnati, OH - Friend   November 07, 2017

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