Deborah Luther

Deborah Luther

Sunday, January 24th, 2021

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Obituary for Deborah G. Luther (Gamon)

Deborah (Gamon) Luther, 71, of Bristol, RI, died, Sunday, January 24, 2021, at Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI.

She was the wife of Francis “Bud” M. Luther Jr.

Born in New Haven, CT, she was the daughter of the late Thomas A. and Gloria (Doolittle) Gamon.

Debbie had worked at the family business, Luther’s Welding for many years as well as raised her 3 children. She was a member and had served as the treasurer for the First Baptist Church in Bristol. Deb was instrumental in helping to start the King Phillip Girls Softball League in Bristol as well as coached a girls’ softball team named for the family business for many years. Debbie was inducted into the Bristol Athletic Hall of Fame in 1998. She also enjoyed crossword puzzles, being with family and friends and was an avid Patriots and Red Sox fan.

Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons, Geoffrey A. Luther and Michael T. Luther both of Bristol, RI, a daughter Jennifer L. Joubert of Bristol, RI, two brothers, Gregory Gamon of Jamestown, RI, and Ronald Gamon of Bristol, RI, two sisters, Suzanne DelVechio of South Kingston, RI, and Valerie Robertson of Newport, RI, three grandchildren, Alyssa Brown, Bryden Joubert, and Dillon Luther, one great grandchild, Bryce Brown, and many nieces and nephews. She was also the sister of the late Thomas Gamon.

A celebration of Deb’s life will be held at a later date.

Callling hours are omitted.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to The First Baptist Church, 250 High St., Bristol, RI 02809.

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Arrangements are by Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse, Road, Warren, RI.

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Wanda Morales

My deepest sympathies.
Comment | Posted at 01:10pm via Condolence

Karen Marsh

Buddy, I am so sorry for your loss of Debbie, your sweetheart for many years. I love the picture you selected for her obituary. It really captures her nature as a self-assured, loving and caring woman. I will never forget how formidable she was on the ball field. No matter the outcome, she was always gracious and friendly. She will be missed by many.
Comment | Posted at 07:37pm via Condolence

Terri S Avila

Dear families,
Another loss—they seem to come more quickly as we age, don’t they? The memory of her smile or a common phrase she used will come back to you—and we hope, bring you a smile.
Take good care of yourselves and each other,
Martín and Terri Avila
Comment | Posted at 07:57pm via Condolence

Angela Ellis

Deb Luther was a classmate of mine.
We graduated in the class of 1967.
I know her and Buddy, and their company was always enjoyed at our many class reunions.
Deb was a kind soul, always with a warm
Smile and willing to help in any way she could. She and Buddy shared many years of memories together, and I send condolences to him
And his family. It is my prayer the pain will heal in Gods time. Take good care Buddy.
Angela (Balzano) Ellis
Comment | Posted at 05:33pm via Condolence

Nancy Berretto

Buddy and family
I am so sorry to hear about Debbie’s passing. She was a wonderful woman and loved by many. She will certainly be missed. I will always remember those beautiful blue eyes!
Comment | Posted at 07:31pm via Condolence

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