Deb Wright

Obituary of Deb Wright

Obituary of Deborah Wright

Deb Wright joined her heavenly Father on August 2, 2022. Her early years were spent in Dallas, Texas before she moved to Colorado in 1983 to work for Lockheed Martin.  Deb enjoyed a fulfilling career at Lockheed before she retired early to spend more time with her family and grandchildren. 

Deb was very active and enjoyed life with her family and friends.  She thrived as an active volunteer with Lifecare of Littleton and Roxborough State Park. In addition, she was a very active member at Cherry Hills Community Church.  One of the highlights of her time at Cherry Hills was being able to serve as a team member on a mission trip to the Czech Republic. 

Deb’s life was marked by wonderful memories with her two daughters Katy Scafe and Conianne White and together with their husbands, Jeff Scafe and Matt White, and her five beautiful grandchildren. Deb leaves a very loving and lasting legacy.  In 1997, she met Frank Wright at the singles group of Calvary Temple in Denver and they were married not long after.  Deb and Frank enjoyed 24 wonderful years together.


Deb is survived by her husband Frank, her daughters Katy Scafe and Conianne White, five grandchildren (Micki, Abi, Talen, Brielle and Ellsea) and her brother Eddie Fitzsimmons in Houston, Texas. She was proceeded in death by her parents. Deb was loved by everyone who knew her and is already greatly missed!


In lieu of flowers please consider donations to Cherry Hills Community Church to the Deb Wright Memorial Fund or a donation to Friends of Roxborough, International Archeology Day in memory of Deb Wright.


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Funeral Service

Thursday, August 18th 2022, 2:00 pm MDT. Dixon Chapel - 3908 Grace Blvd, Highlands Ranch, CO 80126

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Celebration of Life

2:00 pm
Thursday, August 18, 2022
Dixon Chapel
3908 Grace Blvd
Littleton, Colorado, United States
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