Debra Kay Moore

October 22, 1953October 5, 2020

Debra Kay Davis Moore born in Dayton, Ohio to Ralph and Rose Davis, both of which preceded her in death. One of six children, of which brother Billie Davis and sister Barbara Haynes preceded her in death. She is survived by brother Jack Callahan, sister Geneva Shaver, and sister Bernice Musgrove. Debra Kay was raised at The Old Soldier's Home in Xenia, Ohio from fourth grade until she graduated high school in 1972. Kay, as her family called her, married Danny Moore on November 25, 1977, of which three children were born- Angela Moore, of Lexington, Kentucky; Vanessa Moore, of Huber Heights, Ohio; and Nathan Moore of Beavercreek, Ohio. Nathan, and his wife Emily Moore, gave her two grandchildren-Emma Moore and Holden Moore, of which all survive. Kay was a homemaker since 1979, when her first child was born. She was a member of the Knollwood Church of Christ, and all of her children became Christians. Becoming a grandmother, and spending time with her grandchildren, gave her immense joy. Kay passed away after a two year battle with one of the rarest cancers in the world, fighting hard to survive the entire time.


  • Visitation

    Friday, October 9, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 9, 2020


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Connie Grigsby

October 9, 2020

Kay was always a kind, caring, generous and giving person.
My family was involved in an automobile accident back when Sabrina was about 8 years old. Both Bill and I suffered several broken bones and were in a lot of pain.
Kay and Danny had us come straight from the hospital. Kay cooked and cared for all of us until we were able to get around on our own.
What a Dear sweet person she was.

Loura (Abernathy) Lawrence

October 7, 2020

I remember Mrs. Moore from my highschool days with Vanessa. She always hosted us girls for Halloween/fall harvest parties every year, and was so sweet and kind. I remember her sitting in a rocking chair, talking to us. Her home and voice and person were warm and cozy, like a loving hug.


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