Debbie Yzerman

Debbie Lea Yzerman
December 20, 1956 - December 8, 2022
Mrs. Debbie Lea Yzerman passed away at Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital on Thursday December 8, 2022 at the age of 65.
Beloved daughter of Barbara (Ellwood) Tostik. Loving sister of Pat (Doug) Smith. Predeceased by her father Emerson Tostik, and her infant son Ryan. Cherished relative of the extended Yzerman and Tostik families.
Proud mother of Amy (Dave), and Aaron.  Adored wife and best friend of Bob, married March 15, 1975.
You will be deeply missed, and loved always.
Wareing Cremation Services, 346 Simcoe St., Tillsonburg has been entrusted with Final Arrangements. Your messages of remembrance and condolence may be shared here at

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  • Bob, Amy, and Aaron,
    Please accept my deepest condolences on your heavy loss. Debbie was such a warm and kind woman, I will remember her fondly.

    Audrey Shepherd
  • Bob and family, so sorry to hear of Debbies passing. May the memories you share bring you peace as you navigate this difficult time.
    Butch & Anne

    Anne Wills & Butch Tisdale
  • Sincere condolences to Debbie’s family from the Schweitzer family, formerly of Jericho. Wishing you comfort, strength, and peace.

    Henry and Mary (Schweitzer) Heimbuch
  • Bob: It’s been a life time since we saw each other. I’m so very sorry to read of the passing of your loving wife. May God be with you and your family in this sad time.

    Dave Helmer
  • My thoughts and Prayers are with you Bob and Family I just heard and very sadden to hear , Debbie we had sooo many laughs and wonderful memories I will never forget , Christmas time every year I think of all the decorating we did and know it was your favourite time of year!
    You left to soon you are going to decorate Christmas in heaven I’m sure of that.I love you and miss you
    Colleen and Hayley Harnack

    Colleen Harnack
  • The Brady family is deeply saddened about this loss. Deb was an incredible and beautiful person. Our thoughts and prayers are being sent to the entire family. Rest in peace Deb. Thank you for so many lovely memories.

    Jim and Jane Brady
  • My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to Bob and family. Debbie was a
    wonderful, funny, amazing woman. I am so honoured to call her a friend. She was
    always there with a smile and had such a compassionate, caring personality. She will be missed.

    Elizabeth Sziklai-Bruyere
  • Dear Bob, Amy, Aaron, and families
    Our heartfelt condolences on the passing of a wonderful caring person, Debbie.
    Even though we haven’t seen each other for a few years, it just seems like yesterday that she was an employee, offering her expertise in decorating.
    We have several items that we cherish that Debbie had made, and now they are even more special.
    Treasure your memories, may they bring peace to your heart and soul.
    She will be the shining light this Christmas and beyond.
    George, Margaret & Greg Saunders

    George, Margaret & Greg Saunders
  • Hi Bob, Aaron, and Amy,

    Our deepest sympathies to all of you. Debbie was a wonderful person and will be missed. I know it has been quite some time since I have seen any of you. However, I do remember her sense of humor and teasing. She could put a smile on anybody’s face. My condolences to you.

    Allan, and Marci Brady

    Allan and Marci Brady
  • Bob and family
    I am so sorry for your loss, please know my thoughts and prayers are with all of you

    Ron Evens
  • Our sincere condolences to Bob and family.
    Julie & Dave

    Julie Depaepe
  • Deepest love and sympathy to all of Debbie’s Family.

    Donna Husul
  • We were so sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing. Our sincere condolences to you Bob & to the family. We will be thinking of you all at this difficult time.

    Sam & Barb Thompson
  • Bob-so sorry to hear of Debbie’s passing .She will be missed. Daryl/Sandy Sinden

    Daryl Sinden
  • Debbie was a friend from the moment we met her! Debbie and Bob where our friends at our Pake’s camp ground in Verner, Ontario. Debbie was a very funny and adored lady. Our heart-felt condolences to the entire family, especially Bob and Aaron who we got to know sitting at our many campfires at many different locations. We enjoyed sneaking out during Covid and having a coffee, window to window seated in our cars. Debbie will be missed by us for sure! R&R

    Rob and Rachelle Kaelas
  • Our deepest sympathies, so sorry for your loss.

    Jackie botzang
  • Sending my condolences to Bob and children, Amy and Aaron, as well as Barb and Pat and the extended Tostik and Yzerman families. In May, I had connected with Debbie on messenger, and we had talked about getting together for a visit. I was so looking forward to a visit and was happy to know that they were living Tilsonburg. RIP Debbie

    Dennis and Anne Marie Claes
  • Will miss you big time , Have a party with the family in heaven . Love Shirley

    Shirley Yzerman

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