On Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Mrs. Debra (Deb) Jean DeLaMarter, 66, of Clayton, passed away at Upstate University Hospital.
Deb was born on January 28, 1956 in Utica, NY to Alexander Misiaszek and Mary (Lazarek) Misiaszek. She graduated from Oriskany Central School. On April 4, 1977, she married Nelson G. (Guy) DeLaMarter.
Known for her efficiency and diligence, Deb was regarded as a valued employee of several business throughout life. She worked for her family’s restaurant, Alexander’s Inn, before moving on to roles in hospitality management on Brigantine Island, NJ. Upon settling in Clayton NY, she worked at the former Saturn of Watertown and RC Congel’s Boatworks in Alexandria Bay.
In Clayton, Deb enjoyed life “on the river” with Guy. Many happy days were spent boating, jet skiing, cooking and socializing with close friends – usually with Jimmy Buffet providing the soundtrack. She was a devoted wife, daughter, sister, aunt and friend. When Guy required long term nursing home residency Debra provided love and care with daily visits. She was a strong source of support to her siblings and friends – a person counted on to get the job done – and a generous and loving aunt to her nieces, grandnieces and grandnephews.
She is survived by her siblings, Alexander Misiaszek and his wife Linda of Chazy, NY, Marilyn Hartman of Westborough, MA, Carlton Misiaszek of Hudson Falls, NY, Kevin Misiaszek of Sarasota, FL, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Guy, on August 22nd, 2021.
A Memorial Funeral Service will be on Saturday, June 11th, at 11am at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home, Clayton. A Calling Hour will precede from 10am until the time of the service.
Condolences can be made at trjetty.com
susan j misiaszek
I’m so so sorry to hear about Debbie’s passing She was much too young to leave us now. My heart goes out to Alex, Karl, Kevin, & Marilyn & family.. The one thing I remember so clear is the pic of Debbie & Guy with Grandma Misiaszek on the couch at the time of her wedding.. She will never be forgotten.
Elizabeth and Bruce Daugherty
So sorry to hear about Deb’s passing. Thought of her every day when I passed the house – knowing if the car was gone she was probably on her way to see Guy or on her way home. Meet her there several times when we were both visiting loved ones. Deb has a laugh and smile that made one happy no matter what time of day or day of the week it was. She really did shine! Rest in peace Deb and know that you are back with Guy now – able to love together.
Very sorry to hear about Deb’s passing. Thinking of you all, Kev, Karl, Marilyn & Alex and their families. She was much too young. Rest in Peace, Deb.
To the Misiaszek family-
So sorry for your loss. Debbie was such a nice girl from a nice family. Many fond memories of the Blue Note and your hard working family. I will keep you all in my prayers, as you go through this difficult time. In the name of Jesus- Bill and Nannette Britt
Marie M Flint
To the Misiaszek/DelaMarter families:
Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss of daughter/sister/aunt and or friend. I used to work with Debbie at Trails End Campsites many years ago and we became quite good friends. I will always remember Debby with a smile and the words…” Yaki Dah” we used to use them often. She and Guy were great friends and leave anyone who happened to know them with fond memories and smiles. Rest in Peace, Debbie you will be missed. Marie Flint
Alec, Marilyn,Carl and Kev.,
Very sorry to read of Deb’s passing. I have a picture of all of us cousins with Grandma and Grandpa Miz, that I look at often, taken at where else – The Blu Note. So many happy memories. All the best to each of you.
So sorry to here of Debbie’s passing she was a wonderful person Inside and out caring for others before her self deb will be very missed Sincerely. Gwen lyman
Thinking of all the family. I’m going to miss seeing Deb around town, always with a smile and a friendly wave. Take care.
Allan Sandy Thompson
Al and I spent 24 years at French creek marina and on our way to town , Guy and Debbie were a must see stop .
We enjoyed our time with them and shared many fun and sad stories. Debbie was strong and committed to Guy during his time in the nursing home. She was a great person , hard working loved her family and friends .
She will be missed by many