Dylan Pfeiffer Obituary, Death – Sunday was the day when Pfeiffer’s funeral was held, and it took place in Morton. On that day, she went away. Her birth took place on October 18, 1955, in the city of Peoria, Illinois, in the United States of America. Edward C. Braasch, Jr. and Patsy (Williams) Braasch were her father and mother, respectively. Williams had been her mother’s legal name before to her marriage to her father’s family. In 1973, she had her first wedding, to Danny Hood, and then in later years, she married Gary Pfeiffer. 1973 was the year that both marriages took place. The only people that are still alive from her family are her children Desirae (Joshua) Smick, Nathan Hood, and Richard (Caren) Pfeiffer, all of whom reside in Chillicothe.

She also leaves behind seven grandchildren: Rylee Sandy and Dylan Pfeiffer, both of Chillicothe; Garrett and Kaylee Smick, also of Chillicothe; Carter Lane and Macayla Hood, both of Pekin; and Madaleyna Hood, also of Chillicothe. The 15th of April 2019 was the day she went away. In addition to this, she is the mother of four children whom she has abandoned. Pfeiffer did not outlive her family members because her parents and two brothers-in-law, Harvey Smith and Brad Aeschliman, had already passed away before she was born. Pfeiffer did not outlive her family members because she did not outlast her family members. She graduated from IVC High School, which is located in Chillicothe, in 1973, and over the course of her life, she has worked for a variety of companies that are located in Chillicothe. Her high school graduation was earned at IVC High School.

Throughout her entire existence, her passion for music and Harley-Davidson motorcycles served as the defining characteristics of her life. On Friday, March 16, 2018, at eleven in the morning, the funeral services for Debbie will be held at the Weber-Hurd Funeral Home in Chillicothe. Debbie passed away on March 8, 2018. Chillicothe is home to the funeral home and memorial chapel. On the evening before, on Thursday, March 15, 2018, the viewing will take place from four in the afternoon to seven o’clock in the evening. Therefore, please make appropriate preparations. Please visit the website located at www.weberhurdfuneralhome.com in order to view the online memorial that has been built in Debbie’s honor. You will find the memorial there.