Deborah L. (Rudick) Ziemann, 53, of Painesville, Ohio entered into her eternal rest following a six month battle with stomach cancer on September 7, 2020 at her home. She was born on May 3, 1967, in Lansing, Michigan, the daughter of Ken and Nancy Rudick. She grew up in Lansing, and then graduated from Waverly High School in Lansing. She graduated from Concordia College River Forest (now Concordia University-Chicago) with a degree in Elementary Education. She taught at St. John Lutheran in Kendallville before marrying Kurt Ziemann on March 20, 1993. Deb enjoyed teaching, homeschooling her children, and everything about music. She was instrumental in leading hand-chime and bell choirs at the congregations her husband served. She was a devoted wife and supportive partner for her husband the past 27 years. She will be dearly missed by all she touched with the love of Jesus and the joy of music.
She is survived by her husband, her parents of Lansing, sisters Annette Rudick ( Auburn, Michigan), Pam Rudick (Champaign, IL), and a brother, Chuck (Indiana), also her children, Zachary Ziemann of Glenbeulah, WI, Katherine Brandt (Jake) of South Bend, Indiana, Jeremy Ziemann attending Concordia University-Ann Arbor, Timothy Ziemann attending Valparaiso University-Valparaiso, and Ezekiel who remains at home.
The family would like to thank the Hospice of the Western Reserve for all the care and kindness shown to the family.
Family and friends will be received 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thursday, Sept 10, 2020 at Spear Mulqueeny Funeral Home 667 Mentor Ave, Painesville.
Funeral Services for Deborah will be held 6:00 PM Friday, September 11, 2020 at
Zion Lutheran Church, 508 Mentor Avenue, Painesville. Friends will be received at Church, Friday from 4:00 PM until time of service at 6:00 PM.
Memorial Contributions may be made in her name to: Zion Lutheran Church or Our Shepherd Lutheran School or the Hospice of the Western Reserve PO Box 72101 Cleveland OH 44192
With respect to those around us, social distancing and the wearing of masks is suggested.
The funeral service will also be streamed on the Church's YouTube page. Search YouTube: Zion Painesville