Fun Facts About Deb

Guilty Pleasures


Girl Scouts Thin Mints® Cookies (Frozen!)

An Honor To Meet

Tom Brady

Best Childhood Memory

Williams Lake (Michigan)

Playing with her siblings and cousins at the family cottage on Williams Lake (Michigan). This is where Deb developed her love of all things water – skiing, fishing and sailing.


  • Two Marathons
  • Half-Marathons
  • Road Races
  • Small Triathlons
  • 3 “Save the Bay” 1.7-Mile Swims
  • 5 Best Buddies Bike Rides
  • 4 New York City TD Bank 5 Boro Bike Tours

Favorite Things

  • Movie

    “The Big Chill” (1983)

  • Song

    “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (The Who)

  • Quote

    “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
    – Maya Angelou

Friendly Competition

Striped Bass

Deb particularly loves to fish for striped bass with her very experienced Narragansett Bay angler and husband, Dave. She currently holds the record between them for the largest, unassisted, caught striper.

Bait: Plastic Storm Shad
Location: Top Secret

Best Friends

Her husband, Dave, and Cody, their Goldendoodle.

Most Unusual Fact

Notable Ancestry

Deb’s maternal grandfather, Walter H. Weber, holds numerous patents on carburetors invented in the 1930s and 1940s. Her family is extremely proud of the fact that her Dad worked on the General Motors account at the Campbell Ewald advertising agency, her uncle worked at Ford Motor Company, and her paternal grandfather worked at American Motors.

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