Debra A. Healey

Debra A. Healey – (63) – of 531 Dungan Road, Hornell, NY (Town of Bishopville), died early Friday morning (January 28, 2022) at her home, following a long and courageous battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Born in North Hornell on November 8, 1958, she was the daughter of Jesse & Audrey (Myhers) Pryor.

Debra grew up in Arkport and was a graduate of Arkport Central School (class of 1976).  While in high school, she loved playing sports, including softball & volleyball.

She was employed and later served as office manager at Hornell Agway Store in Hornell.  She also served as manager of Wilson Farms Convenience Store in Hornell.

Debra enjoyed knitting & crocheting and created beautiful Afghans which she gave to family & friends.  For several years she donated her time to the youth of the community by serving as softball coach.  She was a member of the Arkport American Legion.

She was married on July 10, 1999 to Kevin T. Healey who survives.

In addition to her husband, Debra is survived by her children, Jon Faulkner of Rochester and Lyndsey Faulkner of Rochester; 3 brothers, Scott Pryor of Atlanta, GA, Mike Pryor of Raleigh, NC and Jay (Kelly Riome) Pryor of Rochester, NY; 1 sister, Donna (Jeff) Sherwood of Bath, NY; several nieces & nephews.

At Debra’s request there will be no calling hours.  Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.

Funeral arrangements are in care of the Dagon Funeral Home, 38 Church St., Hornell, NY. 

Debra’s family request that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her name be made to Hornell Humane Society, 7649 Industrial Park Road, Hornell, NY 14843.

4 Responses to “Debra A. Healey”

  1. Dudley Jenkins says:

    Kevin May GOD Bless You & your family I know it’s a tough part of life, but we’ll see her again someday

  2. Mike and Laura Beltz says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Debra’s death. She was a wonderful person and mom and we will miss our times at football gatherings at the angel especiallyaz. loved her

  3. Dennis Stenglein says:

    I did not get to spend much time with Debra. I met her thru her husband Kevin, while coming over to work on music. What I remember the most about her is, that she welcomed me into her home, as if I had been a friend for years. She was caring, with a good sense of humor, and was more concerned with my wife’s ailment, than she was with pointing out her own. The picture above is exactly how I remember her.
    My heart goes out to you Kevin, and to the rest of the family.
    I am so sorry for your loss.

  4. Jay Pryor says:

    I will miss you little sister! And I would like to thank my brother in lawFWLFJ, Kevin. You are a wonderful and caring person, thanks for coming into her life.