Deborah Zamble  Monday July 06 2020 avis de deces  NecroCanada

Deborah Zamble Monday July 06 2020

ZAMBLE, Deborah – It is profoundly sad that Deborah Zamble passed away at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto on Monday July 6, 2020, following an unexpected brain hemorrhage.
Deborah was the beloved wife of Brian Murray, amazing mother of Matthew and David, much loved daughter of Marcia and Edward Zamble, devoted sister and sister-in-law of Rebecca and Greg Segal; caring aunt to Noah and Madeline.
She was born in Kingston Ontario. She was an accomplished academic and completed undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, a PhD at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and post-graduate work at Harvard. She returned to the University of Toronto in 2001 and became a full professor in chemistry and biochemistry.
Deborah was a remarkable chef, prodigious reader, and loved gardening.
The family is very grateful for the many caring nurses and physicians of neurology, neurosurgery, neuroradiology, critical care, and palliative care amongst other departments at Sunnybrook, and tremendous support from Blaire Jones in social work.
A private ceremony will be held for immediate family only. A life celebration will held at a later date when current restrictions are removed.
In lieu of flowers, donations to the Neurology Division can be made at Condolences can be forwarded through

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Deborah Zamble Monday July 06 2020..

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  1. Professor Zamble was a brilliant, pleasant and kind scientist. I always enjoyed my interactions with her as she was always kind and willing to help. She will be missed by everyone that knew her. We lost her so early.

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