Deborah Warner

Deborah L. Warner (Noonan)

June 11, 1948 - May 8, 2021
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Deborah L. (Noonan) Warner, 72, most recently residing in Williamsburg, MA, passed away at her son’s home in Dunstable on Saturday, May 8, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. She was the beloved wife of John Warner with whom she enjoyed 9 years of marriage.

She was born in Lowell, MA on June 11, 1948 and was the daughter of the late Neil and Jacqueline (Boisvert) Noonan and sister of the late Neil C. Noonan, Timothy J. Noonan and Lisa J. Panteleakis who she will join in eternal life.

Deborah grew up in a large, close knit family in the Highlands section of Lowell and resided in the Lowell/Chelmsford area for most of her life. A devoted mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and wife, Deborah’s greatest love and source of joy was her family, and she relished in learning about her lineage and sharing family memories. She graduated from the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston and painted extensively in her early years, showing her work in galleries in the Boston area while also selling her paintings on consignment. Art did not pay the bills for this single mother of two boys however, which led Deborah to more lucrative pursuits, putting her charm and magnetic personality to use in Telecommunication Sales. She enjoyed many years of professional success, most recently with New Horizon Communications. A nonstop worker, Deb excelled at sales, earning her the President’s Award, and was a true advocate for her loyal costumers.

Deborah loved music, European travel and the outdoors. She was adventurous, loved being active and especially enjoyed skiing. Starting later in life, she skied all over the East as well as the Swiss Alps, Whistler Mountain, and Montreal. Her creative talents extended to interior design and cooking. She was an excellent cook, and loved to cook her healthy, organic meals for friends and family members, creating life long memories for all.

She will be deeply missed by all of the people who had the joy of knowing our beautiful Deborah.

In addition to her loving husband John, Deborah is survived by her sons Joshua Johnston (Laura), and William Johnston, grandchildren Stella, Lucy and Lola Johnston, and step children Anna Fagan, Sam Warner and Ben Warner; Brothers Jonathan Noonan and Gregory Noonan (Debra). Sisters Pamela Gray, Martha Nilsson, Cynthia Dykes (Gregory), Jessica Cofer (Robert), Jamie Bosse (Robert), Paula Davis (Kevin), and many adoring nieces, nephews and extended family who will cherish her memory forever.
Funeral services will be held privately. Donations can be made in Deborah’s memory to Be the Match at or the American Cancer Society at
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For my beautiful wife Deborah! The love of my life. A warrior till the end. Love Always - John
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Laura Capone

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My Special Friend,
The first time I met Deb was at a ballpark in Chelmsford. Our sons, Josh and Paul were playing in a Little League game. We struck up a conversation and our friendship was born. That was 38 years ago.
My life will be sadder without my special friend. But whenever I think of her lovely face I will smile. I will hold on to my many memories of Deb forever. She was “One of the Good Ones”. Her positive attitude and beautiful spirit will be missed by everyone who knew and loved her.
Rest in peace, my very special friend.
Love, Laura

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