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Deborah Ann (Dunfee) McNulty

April 21, 2022

Obituary

Deborah Ann McNulty (nee Dunfee), 53 of Newark, Delaware, formerly of Jacksonville, Florida and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania died suddenly at home on April 21, 2022.

Debbie attended St. Matthew's Grade School, Archbishop Ryan High School, Manor Junior College, and the University of North Florida.

Debbie was currently working at WSFS bank in the Cash Connect Department.  Before WSFS she worked for Chase Bank in Jacksonville, Fl.   Her first job after graduation from Ryan was for the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce where she worked until her move to Florida.

Debbie swam competitively all through grade school and high school on her school teams.  She also was a cheerleader and played softball for Far Northeast AA from age six to eighteen.  She competed in many cheerleading competitions solo and with her team and won Little Miss competitions.  She also coached cheerleading and softball at Far Northeast AA.

Debbie loved to travel and knew how to make all the accommodations.  We called her our social secretary. She enjoyed watching and going to sporting events, especially her Philadelphia EAGLES and Villanova Wildcats basketball. Debbie also had a love for animals and volunteered at the Funny Farm Rescue. 

Debbie is survived by her husband, Louis McNulty, formerly of Philadelphia, PA and currently of Newark, DE.  They had been married since September of 2007.  She is also survived by her parents Geraldine and James Dunfee, formerly of Philadelphia, PA and currently of Clayton, DE, her godmother Sally Hayes of Philadelphia, PA and godfather Bill Dunfee of Newtown, PA, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

No funeral services, but the family suggests memorial contributions to be made in her name to the Funny Farm Rescue, 6908 Railroad Blvd., Mays Landing, NJ 08330.

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