Love and memories last forever...
  • 62 years old
  • Born on February 7, 1956 .
  • Passed away on April 23, 2018 .

Debra Gayle Ann Zebley Graff, age 62, passed away peacefully at home on Monday April 23rd, 2018 surrounded by family.  She was born February 7th,1956 at Bridgeton Hospital to Catherine Zebley in Bridgeton, NJ. 

Debbie graduated Bridgeton High School with the Class of 1974, attended Cumberland County College where she graduated with an Associates Degree and also studied at Rowan University.  She worked in the banking industry for most of her adult life including United Jersey Bank, Sun National Bank and Bridgeton Onized Federal Credit Union. 

Debbie was an amazing, strong woman in her life who was loved dearly by many.  She was the kind of person that you could trust and rely on as well as enjoy great conversations and lots of laughter.  She enjoyed spending time with her children, grand babies, girls of '74, family, friends and neighbors.  Her greatest attributes were her caring and kind heart, her compassion and empathy for others, her strength when faced with adversity, her bright and lively spirit, her beautiful green eyes, her warm smile and laughter and her quick witted comedy.  Debbie loved to dance and listen to music, go on casino trips and enjoyed watching movies and reality TV shows.

    Left behind to honor her are her Dad, Jack Beaston of Atlanta, Georgia; Her children Kali Gibbons and her husband Kevin of Toms River, NJ; Ethan Graff and his wife Susanne of Millville, NJ; Her grand babies Asher & Austin Gibbons and Nola & Nina Graff;  Her brother Jerry Beaston of Atlanta, Georgia;  Her niece Taylor Beaston of Atlanta, Georgia and her  grandpets Stella, Rogie and Pepper.  She is predeceased by her mother Catherine Zebley Beaston.  Debbie was a bright and shining star among her family and friends.    In her honor, a Memorial Mass will be held at Immaculate Conception Church on Friday May, 4th 2018 located at 312 N Pearl Street in Bridgeton, NJ at 10am.  Family will receive visitors from 9am-10am followed immediately by the Memorial Mass.  In Lieu of Flowers, donations can be made to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance to raise awareness about Colon Cancer and screenings.  Thank you for all of the love and support during this very difficult time.  Until we meet again, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Our Beautiful Angel, Debbie Graff                                                                                                 
Posted by Peggy Gentile-VanMeter on 1st May 2018
I am so very sorry for the loss of "Our Debbie". This is not goodbye, but "till we meet again". Debbie will be watching over us. I know how much she adored and loved her family, my sincerest condolences to each of you. She was truly blessed to have a family that loved her so much.

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