With broken hearts we announce the death of Deborah Sue Flynn on December 15, 2021. She passed away in her home surrounded by her children after a brave fight with cancer. The family wants to thank the doctors and nurses who cared for her.\n\nDebbie was born on June 28, 1952 in Placerville, California to Earl Mayo Flynn and Barbara Ann Wilson. She is the oldest of 4 girls. She is survived by her sisters Stacy, Kelly and Kerry. Most of her adult life was spent as a single mother to 4 children: Nicole (Don) Grange, Anthony (Misty) Rocha, Jacob (Kecia) Rocha, and Ryan (Vanessa) Angus. They cared for her in her final weeks with great love and unity, the sign of pure love for their mother. Debbie was an amazing grandmother. She had a strong connection and relationship with each of her 10 grandchildren: Aaron (Vivi) Klavinger; Anthony, Andrew, Elli and Flynn Rocha; Aubrey and Rylee Rocha; and Warren, Patrick and Aurora Angus. She also had 2 great grandchildren: Dredyn and Ava Klavinger. They all adored her and will miss her greatly. \n\nShe worked at Mesa Vista care center where she was a light and pillar of strength to the many clients she cared for with special needs. Her co-workers were dear friends. Debbie loved the beach and the mountains. Whenever a family member visited the ocean she asked them to bring back a small container of sand. Debbie was a devoted member of Centerpoint Church in Orem. She often spent her time letting others know about her love of Jesus Christ. \n\nHer children and grandchildren will be holding a memorial service on February 7th at 11am at Centerpoint Church, 1550 Sandhill Road in Orem. They gladly invite all who loved her to join in the celebration of her life.