Kahunas owner Debbie Wesch dies at 62
Over the decades, Debbie took on many roles in the community where you may have had the fortune to cross her path. She contributed much of her time to building the community through her involvement as PTA president, Little League president, basketball coach, swim mom, horse mom, Booster member, Tennis League president, and much more.
Debbie was also a reputable businesswoman who realized her dream through vision and determination. After being a stay-at-home mother for a few years she started The Flower Lady. At first it was a little flower stand on the corner in downtown Paso Robles but later grew into a well-established retail business. When she left The Flower Lady, she began a new adventure and fulfilled a long-time dream of owning a surf shop. Many at the time doubted that Kahunas would be able to make it in the town of Paso Robles but Debbie never wavered in her commitment to her dream. This year, Kahunas celebrated its 20th year in Paso Robles.
Debbie Wesch will always be a huge part of her family and community. To honor the life and legacy of Debbie Wesch, please join family and friends at the Santa Margarita Ranch on Saturday February 15 at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers please send donations to assist in the cancer journey of her daughter Kambria who was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer last year. Kambria Wesch Doherty Fund, 817 12th Street, Paso Robles, CA 93446.