Deborah Jane Trezona

Tawas City, Michigan formerly of Bay City, Michigan
June 8, 1956 - December 28, 2019

Service Location

Medilodge of Tawas City, 400 North Street, Tawas City, Michigan 48763


A celebration of life will be held from 1-3:00 p.m. Friday, January 3, 2020 in the library at Medilodge of Tawas City, 400 North Street, Tawas City, Michigan 48763. Online condolences may be offered at

Obituary Notice

Deborah Jane Trezona, age 63, of Tawas City, Michigan formerly of Bay City, Michigan passed away Saturday, December 28, 2019 at Ascension St. Joseph Hospital in Tawas City, Michigan.

Deb was born June 8, 1956 in Bay City, Michigan to Ronald Leon and Rose Marie (Sharp) Trezona. She graduated high school from Standish Sterling High School in 1974. Deb enjoyed listening to music, cooking, camping, photography, running and outdoor activities in earlier years.

Deb is survived by her son, Ralph “Bub” (Stephanie) Guevara of Ocean Springs, Mississippi; grandchildren, Gabriel, Madison Paige, Ron, and Garreth; great grandchildren, Jackie, Clay, and Travis; father, Ronald Trezona of Tawas City, Michigan; brother, Daniel (Josie) Trezona of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; nephew, Spencer (Jenny) Trezona; niece, Amber Trezona; and many friends she has made over the years both in Bay City and Tawas City. Deb was preceded in death by an infant son, Antonio Nicholaus; and mother, Rose Marie Trezona.

According to her wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held from 1-3:00 p.m. Friday, January 3, 2020 at Medilodge of Tawas City, 400 North Street, Tawas City, Michigan 48763. Online condolences may be offered at


My condolences to the trezona family.
— Aldo alulio
Our heartfelt condolences go out to the whole Trezona family. May you find some comfort and peace in this time,
— David Bugeya
Our deepest condolences to the Trezona family. Sending love and prayers
— Danny, Ingrid and the boys
I am so sorry to learn of Debbie's death. We graduated together in the S.S.C. Class of 74. R.I.P.
— Jan Osier- Cardinal
Our condolences to the family, prayers for all of you.

Erin Aiken
— Erin Aiken
Omg fly high deb i will never forget our fun high school days. We always laughed and i remember you telling me i am Italian too..and i replied but you have beautiful blue dont look it are a beautiful angel now I will be thinking of your family.friday and so sad i seen this..jesus is holding you you .denise and harold maletta.
— Denise noone
I remember Deb as someone who loved the sunshine, the water of the bay smooth as glass or rough and tumble, rides on the pontoon with the feel of warn air washing over us. She loved life but most of all loved her son Bubs. Deb was someone who listened intently and with curiosity about my life experiences. I always enjoyed, appreciated and loved Deb. While life changed for Deb over the years I’m sure that her inner spirit remained true. Here’s to much loved memories of Deb (the girl next door, sister-in-law, mother and friend).
— Julie Guevara
Deb was once my babysitter , then became my sister in law, confidant and friend. Her skills as a chef were amazing ( famous for her pizza bread), music was always blaring in her kitchen. Robert Plant makes me think of Deb as does the Beatles.
Her style was hippy chic and she was truly a wild child in the best sense. Thank you for the memories on the water, the camping trips and for loving Bub the way you did. Say hi to mom for me.
— Mary guevara schmidt
I will remember you as a happy carefree teen. We weren't close friends. But you were unforgettable. You are with God's Angels now. May you're family be blessed with comfort. Farewell friend. Ann Standish-Sterling Highschool, 1974
— Ann Mowbray Brissette
I remember Deb as being a quiet pretty girl with the most beautiful eyes. We graduated together at SSC class of 1974. R.I.P. Deb
— Deborah Switek ( Tront)
I remember Deb in high school. She was such a sweet and wonderful person with big blue eyes and sandy blonde curly hair. She was very but when you talked to her, her voice was so soothing. I remember telling her about a test I was worried about and she told me that I would do ok to just do your best. I can't believe such a wonderful person like is gone. I thought about her every time we had a class reunion. But now Deb you can have a reunion with all the other classmates that are with you now. You will be missed. You are in GOD's hands now. R.I.P.
— Marilyn Milne
Another beautiful soul taken. She was so nice in school. We graduated in 1974 together.
Fly high
— Patti Slusser-Stagray

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