In Memory

Deb Danger (Peterson)

Deborah (Danger) Peterson, age 57, a resident of Maple Grove, MN, formerly of Spooner, WI, died on Saturday, November 29, 2008 at the St. Croix Health Center in New Richmond, WI.

Deborah Rae Danger was born on May 20, 1951 in Mora, MN the daughter of Orell William and Lois Maxine (Evenson) Danger.  She was a 1969 graduate of Spooner High School.  She met her husband, David Eugene Peterson in 1990 and they were united in marriage in Shell Lake, WI on December 23, 1996.  She enjoyed spending time at the lake house on Middle McKinzie Lake, taking care of her two cats, reading, crocheting, movies and boating.

Among those who survive and gratefully shared her life are her husband of 18 years, David of Maple Grove, MN; son, Jason Wisner of Maple Grove, MN; daughter, Tracy (Tom) Christensen of New Richmond; 2 grandchildren, Zachary and Zoe; brother, Jonathon Danger of Shell Lake; sister, Lesley (Dave) Larson of Glenwood City, WI and several nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Kevin Danger.

Funeral Services for Deborah Peterson were held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 3, 2008 at the Dahl Funeral Home with Pastor Mike Evans officiating.  Visitation was from 1:00 – 2:00 on Wednesday prior to the service at the funeral home.  Burial was private.


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12/02/08 08:59 AM #1    

Rick Anderson

Memories...Debbie read "Twas the night before Christmas" in first grade while other kids acted it out. I was jelaous of Debbie for the new cute baby brother in 6th grade. Debbie and I took Jonathon trick or treating the first year I had my driver's license. Gary and Deb, Rick and I went out a lot together. I cut the cake at her wedding.
I had my 40th birthday with Debbie and Cheryl in Superior. Cheryl and I went to Tracy and Tom's wedding, New Years Eve ( Tracy's birthday). We went To Dave and Deb's wedding dinner. Dave was the keeper!!
Debbie, Cheryl, Colleen and I and our guys have a lot of memories in birthdays, kids weddings, gatherings at the lake, etc.
So thankful Cheryl, Colleen and I went down to see her 2 weeks ago. I went back and spent some quiet 1 on 1 with her last Wednesday.... and how fortitous that Cheryl and Bruce were there last Saturday to give stength and comfort to Deb's family. We will miss her. Barb

12/29/08 05:38 PM #2    

Cheryl Buchman (Wedll)

Debbie meant a lot to me. We were very close.Some goofey memories: Staying overnight in 7th grade and making huge pans of fudge, then eating about half of it. At around 15 0r 16, practising Horse Back riding with her so she could try out for Rodeo Queen(which she won). Me riding bareback on the back of her horse all day one Saturday; I walked bull legged for a week after. Green Lake Jobie Camp: She pushed me down the stairs after I was wrapped only in a towel, why? I have no idea, but we were both grounded for the whole weekend down there, after we had sold candy bars to earn our trip down. She was a very intelligent, beautiful lady, she had a wonderful sense of humor, she and David could make me laugh until the tears would run down my cheeks. I miss her so very much. This has been a very difficult past month for me, and so very painful for her family. I do have good memories though, andI am very thankful she is not in any pain anymore. Cheryl Wedll.

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