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Debby Craven

September 20, 1952 — September 25, 2022


Debby Craven passed away very suddenly at home in Watsonville, California on September 25, 2022, after briefly battling a very aggressive form of cancer, Glioblastoma. She was 70.

Debby was born on September 20, 1952, in Watsonville, California to her parents William Trent and Nancy Migues.

Debby graduated from Watsonville HS and attended San Jose State, she worked for Granite Rock Co for 29 years in many different positions, including Controller and Transportation Manager.

Debby loved the outdoors, including fly fishing with her husband, Randy of 50 years. They would travel to Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, and No Ca. She also enjoyed shooting skeet and sporting clays at Coyote Valley Sporting Clays with friends. She split her time between her family home in Watsonville and their second home in Los Banos during Duck Hunting Season. Her greatest enjoyment was spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren who warmly referred to her as Nana. Debby was very active at the local Golds Gym and loved swimming.

Debby is survived by her husband, Randy Craven, her children, Wendy Craven Paz (David Paz), and Kelly Craven (Sara Craven), her siblings Pam Hilton and John Trent, her grandchildren, Alex Radames (Kira Radames), Kayla Griffith (Vince Herrera), Samantha Paz, Ryan Paz, Austin Craven and Asher Craven, and her great grandchildren, Aubree Flores and Julissa Herrera.

There will be a celebration of life on November 6, 2022, at Coyote Valley Sporting Clays in Morgan Hill, Ca from 12pm-5pm.

In Lieu of flowers please make a donation to Hospice of Santa Cruz County or The American Cancer Society in Debby’s name.

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