Deborah Susan (Pruett) Chadwick

March 21, 1962 - June 9, 2022

Deborah Susan (Pruett) Chadwick, age 60, of Frisco, Texas, passed away on Thursday, June 9, 2022.  She was born on March 21, 1962, in Anderson, Indiana, to Betty (Cavender) and Herbert Pruett. Deborah obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Texas at Dallas and had a successful career as a Certified Treasury Professional at University of Texas at Dallas. She married the love of her life, Robert Chadwick, on June 10, 2003, in a sunset ceremony at Barefoot Beach in Naples, Florida. She was a wonderful wife, sister, aunt and friend to many. She loved cats, movies (A Star is Born was her favorite), volunteering, traveling (she loved Martha’s Vineyard), investing, and visiting with friends and family. Deborah was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all those who knew her.

Deborah is survived by her beloved husband, Robert Chadwick; her mother, Betty Pruett; her father, Herbert Pruett; her brothers, Chris Pruett and his wife, Connie, and David Pruett and his wife Ruthe; and her sister, Cathy Poorman and her husband, Dave.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 25, 2022, at Berkshire Chapel, 9073 Berkshire Drive, Frisco, Texas, beginnning at 4:00 PM. The service will be livestreamed at the following link; The recorded version will be available after the service at the same link.

In lieu of flowers, Debbie would have loved to have donations made in her name to Road Trip 4 Paws, which rescues dogs and cats from shelters in Texas and brings them to foster homes where they live until they are adopted locally in the DFW metroplex. 

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I have known Debbie since the 6th grade, she was a great friend as I was new to that Southview school. We hit it off right away and our friendship continued all the way though high school. She touched so many peoples lives in such a positive ways, that her memory will always live on. I am so proud to have known her. Her big heart will be missed. Hal Hunt, June 25, 2022 I went to school with Debbie - K-12. Birthday parties, slumber parties, Friday pizza after the games. She had a radiating smile and a beautiful laugh. She will truly be missed. Stephanie Young-Helou, June 25, 2022 I had known Debbie since around 2nd grade at Southview School in Anderson, Indiana. I always admired her, as did all who knew her. She will be greatly missed. My condolences to her family. Kerry Beard, June 25, 2022 I went to Madison Heights with Deborah. I am sorry to hear of her passing. She was good friend in school. Prayers for all her family Connie Smith Kinley, June 24, 2022 Extended condolences to Bob and the Family of Debbie! We enjoyed having Deb as our neighbor. She will be Greatly Missed! May she Rest In Peace! Ray & Denise Williams , June 17, 2022 So sorry for your family's loss. Paula Caballero, June 16, 2022 Bob-although I never had the pleasure of meeting your wife, my heart breaks to hear of your loss. You are a person of honesty, integrity, warmth and ethics. I can only guess your wife possessed the same wonderful character. I can’t attend the memorial service, as I have left DFW and moved to Florida. May God give you the strength you need to survive this loss, and know happiness and joy once again. Prayers to you and your family.
Laurie Betesh, June 14, 2022 Dear Bob - My heart breaks for you. Words cannot express how you must be feeling to lose the love of your life just 1 day shy of your 19th wedding anniversary. I was shocked and saddened to learn of your loss, Bob, and will be praying for you and Deborah's family as you grieve this unimaginable loss together. Celebrate all the blessings you shared with Deborah and the many wonderful years you enjoyed life with Deborah by your side. God works in mysterious ways and Deborah was called home to God for a reason that those left behind may not fully understand. Trust in God's plan and know that someday you will be reunited in eternity. May Deborah rest in peace and you find comfort in family and friends now and in the months ahead. My prayers are with you all. Diane Dukes (PLUS), June 14, 2022 Debbie was a sweet, wonderful person. In the short time that I got to know her, I liked her very much and sometimes even sought her advice when I had a bad day. I will miss her for sure. Robin Robin Foret, June 14, 2022