In Loving Memory…
Deborah J. “Debby” Magdaleno
Deborah Jean “Debby” Magdaleno, 70, of Sedalia, passed away Sunday, May 1, 2022 at her home.
She was born November 15, 1951, in Madison, SD, daughter of Mary Lou (Larson) Bauman.
Debby was a 1970 graduate of Carson High School in Carson, CA. While living in California, she was a homemaker until her daughter was in high school. She and her partner bought, remodeled and sold homes for a number of years. Since 2001, she owned and operated Bowser’s Bath House in Sedalia.
She loved all animals, especially horses, dogs and cats. She enjoyed volunteering at the Sedalia Animal Shelter, attending horse shows and dog shows, training dogs, gardening, decorating her home and being a homemaker.
Debby was very people oriented and will be remembered as a good role model, strong, and an excellent mother.
She is survived by her daughter, Julie Malicek, of Kansas City, MO; and four brothers.
She was preceded in death by her mother.
A Celebration of Debby’s Life will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 4, 2022 at Heckart Funeral Home.
Visitation will be 1:00 p.m. until service time.
Memorial contributions are suggested to The Sedalia Animal Shelter in care of Heckart Funeral Home.
I’ve only known Debby for a few years but really enjoyed visiting with her. I’m sorry for her family’s loss.
I am so sorry , Debby took care of my dog and grand dog for 14 years . Just loved her .
Debbie loved her dogs as well as others. Debbie may you rest in peace. Thank you for taking good care of my dogs.
Debbie was a wonderful gal and so good to all the fur babies! We will certainly be missing her!
Debby was not only a wonderful dog groomer she was a really neat lady and I still will continue to miss her, talking to her, and the great care she provided for our family dog. I never had any fear of leaving my dog with her and always knew she would do her best. Debby was just a really neat person in general, not just our groomer. Sympathies to her family and friends.
I know you are at peace now. I will miss our many talks we had and of course Bella will miss you dearly. My sympathy is extended to your family. Brenda Baust
Debby was a very smart interesting lady, I really enjoyed visiting with her when I dropped my fur babies off to be groomed. Sending our best to her family and friends.
Debi and Dan Keeton
Deborah was, and still remains the most wonderful woman I have ever known.
She was a great partner in our house flipping days, had quite an eye for decorating those homes, was an exceptional homemaker, cook, mother, friend and lover and I could go on for hours about just what a great and talented person Deb was and STILL is, but I won’t.
Suffice it to say, that if you had ever gotten to know her, you would recognize here and now exactly what I am talking about. The world truly has lost one of the good ones.
You knew when you met Debbie she was capable competent and compassionate. Thank you for taking care of my Willie. Rest In Peace.
Debbie was a bright ray and I enjoyed talking to her when she would come in to the library to check out a book or two. She will Be missed. Deepest sympathies to her family and friends
Debby has been our lifesaver when we lose one our fur babies she always finds us another one that is just a right match for us. I will miss her warm smile. She alway seem to help us with any doggie questions that we might have. I really miss pulling up to that BOWSERS door and open that door and see my DEBBY!!!
Love you, Ron , Marg, and Charlie
This is another sad day for me…To think I will never ever hear that awesome laugh of hers makes me sad. I love you Debby & will miss you so much…Xoxo
I enjoyed getting to know her as a business associate. She was a lovely gal, full of energy, and very caring. She was passionate about animals and taking good care of them, and it showed in her work. She will be missed.