Let the memory of Debbie be with us forever
  • 59 years old
  • Born on July 3, 1954 .
  • Passed away on November 17, 2013 in Gilroy, California, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Deborah Canino 59 years old , born on July 3, 1954 and passed away on November 17, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kelly Rohlfs on 4th July 2016
I was telling my friend about Debbie last week, about how kind she was and an inspiration to me to follow in her ways.
Posted by Sandy Myers on 3rd July 2016
Deb was a good friend and a beautiful person, inside and out. She will always be missed.
Posted by Deborah Reddeck on 6th December 2014
I recently wanted to look up my high school dear friend Deb Canino. Deb, Anne Hiller and I were 3 very good friends throughout high school. We were the outsiders, not the cheerleaders and for a few years did everything together. I just learned of Deb's death in trying to reconnect with her. I am heartbroken. Deb was always cheerful, always positive and a light in the darkness. I was her bridesmaid a hundred years ago. I am so sorry to hear about her death. She was a very special person and I haven't has such a good friend in the 40 years since I knew her. I will miss her forever.
Posted by Pauline Porcello on 19th November 2014
Deb, It just doesn't seem like it's been a year already. Still miss your sweet smile and caring heart. The world lost a beautiful person when you left us but I know you are among God's angels now and will be eternally at peace. You will always hold a special place in my heart. Love you & will miss you always. Aunt Paula
Posted by Connie Martin on 17th November 2014
Truly Debbie and Ted are lights in my life. Never a harsh word or even an impatient moment, with all they were dealing with. I love them both and will always miss the chemistry that they create. Loving people with so much positive energy. Now one is gone and I miss her like my own sister. I wish only the very best for Ted, as he finds his new path.
Posted by Susan Vargas on 11th February 2014
Now that our sweet Debbie is gone, who will speak for the trees? With love, Susan
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 12th December 2013
Dear Ted and Family, I am so sorry to learn of your loss. It feels as Debbie was much too young; too good to be gone. Working with her at the LUEP Department at Stanford was always a pleasure. I appreciated the care and attention that she brought to everything she did. She will be missed. Therese Brekke
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 6th December 2013
Debbie was always friendly, kind, and supportive. Working with her was a pleasure, and I will miss her. I share the sadness of her passing with Ted and all the LBRE family. Rita Koltai
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 4th December 2013
There are some people who always bring a smile to our faces when we think of them. Deb was one of them and she will be missed but always remembered. My thoughts and prayers go out to Ted and families. Anne Ording
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 30th November 2013
Dear Ted and Debbie's family, though I've been away for too-long a period from my close Stanford colleagues, I've not been out-of-thought with all we accomplished together in terms of caring for the natural environment for future generations of students, faculty, staff and local community. Debbie was a leader in helping us foster our campus, including saving numerous aged oaks and planting many new ones in reminding us of our campus and regional heritage. However, even more importantly, she was there daily in our office to remind all of us of how we should respect our interactions with one another with dignity and caring. May her presence continue to effect us all, David
Posted by Debbie's Friend on 27th November 2013
Debbie, I miss you and your smile. The Stanford Canopy, always inspiring, will now mean even more to me. Peace. Torrey
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 27th November 2013
Deb, There is a space missing from my heart that you will carry forever my friend. From you I have learned about strength that I shall never possess, an understanding that stepping back may achieve a more restful perspective and that a quiet force is withstanding. As I mentioned to you not long ago, I will do everything I can to help continue with your vision to save the trees of Stanford and help them to flourish in their new locations to best of my ability. The tree legacy that you were so passionately diligent to care for, from beginning to end, is just a mere reflection of your love and compassion. It surrounds me daily. I miss you. Julie Day
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 27th November 2013
Dear Debbie, I miss your kind spirit and gentle heart. Svjetlana
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 25th November 2013
My heart goes out to Ted, and to Debbie's family. A light has gone out in the world -- Debbie's kindness and sweet spirit will be missed by many. May the love and beauty that she leaves behind comfort you and provide peace. Ruth Todd
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 25th November 2013
I am so glad to have known you. Your memory and kindness will be forever appreciated. I will miss your lovely smile and your kind spirit. -Jessica
Posted by Jess Ponce on 23rd November 2013
Debbie, We planted many tree's together, i will continue moving & planting tree's and know that you will be right there with me making sure it's right. I will never forget you. We will move tree's again together. Love Jess and Cathy Ponce. Rest in Peace, We will all miss you.
Posted by Debbie's Friend on 22nd November 2013
Debbie, I loved getting the chance to work with you over the years beautifying the campus. Remembering you with great fondness. Our thoughts are with Ted. Julie Muir and PSSI Family
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 22nd November 2013
Sweet Debbie, May the light guide you always, may your light shine upon us...you touched me, and the world --your radiant smile and beautiful eyes will be imprinted in the tapestry of all the friendships you inspired. You will be in all the flowers around and Ted will be always surrounded by you. the moriarty family...
Posted by Debbie's Friend on 21st November 2013
Deb was always a pleasure to work with and the University will lose a wonderful asset and a talented landscape architect. She was always good for a smile and a good word. She will be missed. My thoughts go out to Ted and family. Herb Fong
Posted by Debbie's Friend on 21st November 2013
All my best to Ted, the families and friends. The world loses a beautiful heart. kathy
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Oh my friend....almost 30 years and oh so many miles. I will remember your smile, your kindness, your look on the world...and oh your spunkiness. I will treasure the memories. Fly high away from pain. You will be in the hearts of all who loved you...and there are oh so many. I will miss you...oh I'll miss you. Diana
Posted by Debbie's Friend on 20th November 2013
Deb- Your peacefulness and ability to always see the good in a person will be remembered and cherished. Julie H-S
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie, I will always treasure your smile and enthusiasm, and our shared enjoyment of gardens and plants. Christy Smith
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie, Thank you for all you did, your hard work at Stanford. Thanks for being a good friend. You will be missed dearly. My prayers are with Ted and the Family. Jay sign shop
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbe, I will always Remember your great Smill Compassion Kindness and I never never forget, Thank you for your Friendship
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Deb was an inspiration to all of us to enjoy our work and celebrate life. Best to Ted, Deb's family, and Ted's Family. Robert
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Thanks! It was great to be around you :)! Maria Cacho
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie:: You will be miss,deepest sympathy to the family. From,Bernard St Rose
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
DEBBIE:I will always remember you for you smile and great attitude,God need it a great landscape architected we are gona miss you greatly, thank you for everything. Eduardo Ochoa
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie - When i think about you I remember your kindess and your smile. I will miss working with you so much and I'm lucky to have shared a love of plants and gardens with you. Julie Cain
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
May thanks to Debbie-- I called her the tree lady and she called me the bike lady. Now, every time I see a tree I think of her. She helped me save a neighborhood tree they wanted to cut down by telling me how much carbon would be released if they did it! A very special person who loved her work. Debbie, I miss your smile and sharing dog stories with you. ariadne
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie, Your smile, your kindness, your lending hand and your positive outlook in life will always be in my heart. Thank you for your friendship. Suki
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
Debbie, You always treated everyone and every plant with compassion and kindness. We feel so privileged to have known you and your way. We will miss your lovely presence in our lives. We will promise to support Ted in any way that he needs. - Kim and Ben Wang
Posted by Ted Tucholski on 20th November 2013
She will be deeply missed my prayer go out to Ted and the family. From the da Rosa family
Posted by Kelly Rohlfs on 19th November 2013
I miss you.

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