South San Francisco, CA September 8, 2022 by Sarah Wydler
Debbie Wydler gained her angel wings on 8/29/22 at her son Joseph Wydler’s home in Brentwood, Ca.
She was 64 years old.
Debbie’s life would seem too short to many, but those of us who were blessed to be touched by her understand that her existence and the imprint she left on our hearts and our lives far exceeds the quantity of time she stayed on this earth.
Debbie was born on June 21, 1958 in San Francisco, Ca. Her family later moved to South San Francisco.
Debbie was an active part of the South San Francisco community where she raised her three children. She worked in the South San Francisco Unified School District for many years and later joined the biotech field.
Debbie was talented and adventurous in many aspects of her life. She was a master of arts and crafts, often helping her grandchildren with projects. She was in the Red Hat Society as well as the South San Francisco Women’s Club. Debbie was very social and loved to get out and enjoy many community events. She loved the performing arts and often attended musicals and shows. She loved to seize the day and any opportunity to dance and sing. Her favorite vacation spot was Bass Lake. She also enjoyed day trips down highway 1 where she would marvel at the vastness of the ocean.
Debbie loved spending time with her kids and grandkids. Not a day went by where she didn’t talk about her children, grandchildren, family and friends who all meant the world to her. Her family was arguably her greatest achievement in life. She would often talk about the accomplishments of her kids and grandkids, they meant the world to her.
Debbie is survived by her husband Tom, her children Doug (Ada), Joe (Tori), and Sarah, and her loving grandchildren Antonio and Daniel, as well as many close family members and friends.
Debbie’s wishes were to not have a funeral service, however all of your prayers and blessings are welcomed and appreciated by her loved ones.
Love and will deeply miss you Cousin. I didn’t know you well but what I did I Admire you. R.I.P. God Love you
My respect and condolence to the Wydler family. It has been many years since I have seen Debbie. I remember all the guiding advice she gave me as a kid. She probably thought none of it sunk in due to my indifferent reactions, however it sunk in like a delayed fuse.
I never forget the wholesome times with the Wydler family. No matter how long ago it was, I can recall it like it was yesterday. Debbie was the most caring mom in the neighborhood. I am sure you are greatly missed. The world needs more people like Debbie Wydler.
🙏 Rest In Peace 🕊
Debbie and I are schol mates from more than 50 yrs ago i miss her so much she is and always be in my Heart Such a loving and kind Women Bless you debbie I love you!!!
My condolences to Debs family & friends.
I met Deb in January in a support FB group when I was diagnosed with breast cancer.We talked laughed commiserated and became fast friends and she joined my night group, for all of us who can’t sleep during treatment,so we spent many a night talking.
I will miss her strength, laughter and support.She was and still is an inspiration to me❤️
You are pain free and fought a long hard fight with grace & humor my friend.
Rest in Love & light💗you are missed
You are already missed, Debbie❣️I wasn’t expecting this. Now you can be with Your Mom, James & Danny♥️ What a blessing you were to your family & friends ! I Love you and will see you on the other side with a great big hug. Miss you, Lady 👼
Oh such sad news…Debbie & I went to school together at parkway and then worked together at Bank of America. Kind person God Rest her Soul-Praying comfort for her family
A wonderful person with a loving spirit. I knew Debbie over many decades, but didn’t spend a lot of time together. But the time with her was special and exciting to hear about her family and life.
I moved out of state, via Facebook I learned of her cancer. I was coming back for a visit and we connected, I am so glad.
She left such love for her family.
My deepest hearfelt condolences to Debbie’s family and friends. I was so happy to see Debbie and Sarah at the SSFWC finding out Debbie and I were neighbors growing up. I am deeply sorry she lost her fight against Cancer. She put up a good fight and always put on a smile even though she may have been suffering. R.I.P Debbie! You will never be forgotten. XOXO ❤️ 🙏⚘️😇
“The heart that your mother had for others is a rare gift to the many people who had the privilege to know her and be blessed by her.” She was a beautiful person inside and out and I was blessed to have met her. Her courage, strength and that beautiful smile is how I will always remember her. You are loved momma Debbie!! My heart and prayers goes to the Wydler family.
This is said so beautifully I feel the same way thank you for posting this. Debbie touched so many of us love and miss her. Prayers to her family and adorable grandson’s too
Condolences to all. ♥️😞
Your memory we treasure. Your presence we miss 😇
Sending lots of love to all the family.
Dana and DJ Hamilton
Love you Cousin.❤️ Please give my Mom and Dad an extra big hug (like you do😊) from me.😘
It was a pleasure getting to know you, only wish it had been longer. We had good laughs and times, and you are sorely missed. Fly free of pain and we know you are watching over your beautiful family. Love you sister.
RIP Debbie! You were a great classmate & friend who will be missed dearly.
Rest in paradise Debbie!! 🕊 💜