Deborah Reyna

Dec 22, 1954 - Jul 16, 2021

Deborah Reyna

December 22, 1954 - July 16, 2021


Deborah Lee Reyna 67

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Deborah Reyna on July 16h, 2021 after a short battle with cancer. Deborah was born on Dec. 22, 1954 in Indianapolis, IN. She received her BSW at Ball State University in 1976. She Then moved to Austin, Tx. After graduating from the University of Texas with a MSSW, she began her lifelong career as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in Victim Services/ child trauma. Deb's love for children was evident in everything she did. She was such a loving Grandmother. Her and her husband Tony would often take their Grandchild on numerous trips to Cancun with them. It was one of their favorite places to be. She also received countless awards and accolades from both The Travis County Sheriff's Academy, as well as The City Of Austin Police Dept. for her volunteer work as a crisis classroom trainer. Deb met the love of her life, Tony Reyna, in 1985 and they were married until Tony's passing In 2006. Together they enjoyed traveling, entertaining friends and family, boating, and running. She also loved and treated her 3 stepdaughters as her own. She is survived by her Mother, Ruth Wiggins (98) of Indiana; Brother, Ken Wiggins of Florida; Brother, Steve Wiggins of Indiana; Her 3 stepdaughters: Melissa Reyna, Amber Reyna, and Kelli D'Agostino. Plus, numerous nieces, nephews, and grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her Father, Forrest Wiggins; her husband, Tony Reyna, and her Granddaughter, Mia Reyna.

A celebration of life with be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to: .


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