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Deborah J. Philbrook

June 9, 1958 — October 19, 2021

Caribou – Deborah Jean Philbrook, 63, died unexpectedly Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at her home in Caribou. Debbie was born June 9, 1958 at Caribou, the daughter of Philip E. and Helen L. (Smith) Philbrook. Debbie was a graduate of Caribou High School class of 1976.  She enjoyed working with her friend Cindy, at Cindy’s Sub Shop for many years.  Debbie loved her family very much and spending time with her grandchildren.  She made beautiful cross-stitch pictures, and also enjoyed cooking, quilting, the outdoors, flowers (especially sunflowers) and hummingbirds.  When anyone asked how everything was, she would reply with a broad smile “it’s sunny and 75”. Debbie was predeceased by her father, Philip E. Philbrook, a sister, Laila Ann Farley (Philbrook) and a nephew, John Wayne Farley, all of Woodland.  She is survived by her mother, Helen L. Philbrook of Woodland/Caribou, her fiancé Dana E. Cote and his daughter, Julee of Caribou, two daughters, Lyn M. (Quist) Bubar and her husband, Jerry of Washburn, Lori A. (Quist) Lindner and her husband, Ben of Gray, a sister, Kathryn L. (Kathy) Michaud and her husband David C. Michaud of Caswell and two brothers, Paul W. Philbrook of Woodland and Todd D. Philbrook and his companion Leslie Brown of New Sweden, four grandchildren, Viviana Lucia Bubar and Angel Dante Bubar of Washburn, Mason Frederick Lindner and Grace Anna Lindner of Gray, niece Alisha M. Philbrook of Texas, four nephews, Jason P. H. Farley and his companion Jamie Skidgel of Woodland, Dillion Philbrook, Wyatt Philbrook, Wyatt Philbrook and Ethan Philbrook, all of Woodland, as well as two great nephews. 
Debbie’s family and friends will sadly miss her.  In keeping with Debbie’s wishes, there will be no funeral service.  She will be interred at the Woodland Cemetery,  at a later date.  Arrangements by Mockler Funeral Home, Caribou.
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