November 16, 1953 ~ June 22, 2022

Born in: Sunnyside, Washington
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Debrah Lynn Hyatt passed away at her home after a long battle with cancer.
At her request, there will be a casual gathering to celebrate her life, on July 5th, from 5 to 8 pm at the Bryan VFW hall, post # 4692

Debrah was born in Sunny Side, Washington to parents Donald and Lorene Pomeroy

She is preceded in death by her mother and father Donald and Lorene Pomeroy, Brother Jim Pomeroy and son Benjamin Hyatt

She is survived by her husband of 43 years, Dale Hyatt, son Samuel Hyatt, and Brother Ron Pomeroy

Optional – In lieu of flowers, contribute snacks for the table at her life celebration.

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  1. Some of my best early adulthood memories were of Debby and Dale in Dickinson and later at College Station. She always had a wonderful smile, sunny disposition and provided an open and happy home for her friends. She liked crafts and crocheted me a covering for a little knick-knack bottle. Debbie was very talented. I have that little bottle on a glass shelf in our living room. I will always remember her bright and happy personality and the care she provided her friends and family. I will miss her.

  2. It was very sad day when Jayne and I heard of Debbie passing as we have been friends with her and Dale over 45 years. Debbie was always smiling and happy about everything. I remember when Dale and Debbie were married, and they have been best of friends ever since. She will for sure be missed but we are all better for having known her and to have had her in our lives. I have tons of great memories especially from the early years. Rest in peace sweet lady.

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