Obituary of Bridget-Ann Dearbeck
Bridget-Ann Dearbeck, 40,of Schenectady, NY died suddenly on July 30, 2021. She was born on March 9, 1981 and was the daughter of the late David Paul Dearbeck and Kirsten May Nicholson Elling and step-daugher of Robert Charles Elling of Lake Placid, NY. She enjoyed spending time with her children and going to their concerts, taking care of Julian Wilson her fiance' Alan Wilson's grandson, and attending the Albany Tulip festival. Her family and friends will always remember her as a beautiful, caring, loving person with an amazing laugh. She is survived by her brother David James Dearbeck, sister-in-law Robyn Dearbeck and their children her nephews/niece; Connor, Christian and Alyssa, two step-sisters; Laura Christine Carlson and Caitlin Elizabeth Elling. She is also survived by her children; Destinee Mae Dearbeck, Devon Tyler Elling and Darren Robert Elling. The family asks all her friends to pray for her peace and entry into heaven. There will be a private Memorial Service. In lieu of flowers any donations can be sent to The Robinhood Foundation, 826 Broadway, 9th Floor New York City, NY. in her memory. An informal memorial picnic will be held at Central Park in Schenectady at the Pavilion on Sunday August 15th from noon to 4pm. Bring a dish, drink or treat to share. Any photos, memories, and stories that you would like to share are welcome. Consider bringing a folding chair or blanket to sit on.To plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Bridget-Ann Dearbeck, please visit our Tree Store
In Loving Memory
1981 - 2021
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