Debbie Burns-Abraham - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

February 23, 1956 - February 28, 2021

Deborra “Debbie” Marie Burns-Abraham

Age 65, of Bloomington. Survived by husband, Douglas Abraham; son, James (Blair) Abraham; sister, Becky Burns (Glen Carlson); loyal dog, Maggie; nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

Preceded in death by children, Melissa Burns and Bobby Abraham; parents, James and Marilyn Burns.

Private interment at Bloomington Cemetery.


  1. Tom Severson says:

    So sorry for your loss, you have my prayers and condolences like you said things are far better for her now

  2. Rebecca Holmes says:

    Doug, Jimmy & Blair, Please accept my Sincere Sympathy for the Loss of Debbie. I will always keep her treasured memories in my heart. May we all learn from her to live our best life under all circumstances and never discount loving . Debbie always had a most loving and kind heart full of Unconditional love for us all. Keep it going. Remember her through all your loving relationships. Know she always loved You from a very deep part of her full being. Her heart ♥️. Debbie was saved with Surrender to our Heavenly Father and to our Heavenly Father she has returned. Bless her Soul. Realeased to freedom my Friend and Mentor.May your Reunion with Missy and Bobby be blessed as You have blessed us with Your Earthly Presence. You will be incredibly missed. Though You have left us in body you will never leave us for You are always a part of us. It’s a New Day. You have Your Freedom and Wings Peace serves you For Eternity. Shine✨ on Fly High✨.
    Love you All Always and in All Ways , Rebecca Holmes

  3. Diane Henthorn says:

    My deepest condolences to Doug, Jimmy & Blair, Becky & Glenn. You have a lifetime of memories. My belief is Debbie is totally whole again and truly at peace. I’m praying that all of you can find some peace in that belief as well. God Bless. Cousin Diane Burns Henthorn

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