Debra Nolan

Debra L. Nolan, 62, of Chilton died peacefully in her Chilton home surrounded by her family on Friday, Dec. 17, 2021.

She was born Jan. 26, 1959 in Chilton, daughter of Theresa (Bruckner) Rozman and the late Edward Rozman.

Early in her life, Debra worked at Tecumseh Engine in New Holstein before she began working as a care giver at the nursing home in Chilton. Later she worked at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Chilton as their custodian.

She was a member of Good Shepherd Catholic Church who enjoyed painting and decorating her home and offering her eye to help others decorate theirs. With her artistic abilities, Debra also took time to restore concrete and plaster statues back to their original luster.

She was a generous woman who was fun to be around and gave of herself to everyone who needed it. With a great sense of humor, she looked forward to watching a good movie and the simple pleasures of life, like going for walks with her dog all around town.

Survivors include her mother, Theresa Rozman; her children, Bryon (Jennifer) Nolan, Paul (Jennifer) Nolan, Anthony Nolan, Steven (Kayla) Nolan II and Benjamin Nolan; seven grandchildren; and her siblings, Steve (Katie) Rozman and Cindy Hanssen.

She was preceded in death by her father; a sister, Kim Ann Lisowe; and the father of her children, Steve Nolan.

Mass of Christian Burial took place on Wednesday, Dec. 22 at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Chilton with the Rev. Jon Thorson officiating. Burial will be in the St. Augustine Catholic Cemetery.

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