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Hickory Funeral Home

1031 11Th Avenue Blvd Se, Hickory, NC

OBITUARY

Debra "Debbie" Susan (Mosteller) Teague

March 2, 1957August 13, 2019
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HICKORY— Debra “Debbie” Mosteller Teague, 62, of Hickory passed away Tuesday, August 13, 2019 at home after a brief illness. Born Debra Susan Mosteller in Catawba County, on March 2, 1957, she was the daughter of the late Johnny James and Mary Beth Black Mosteller. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, Jeffrey Bryan Dale. Debbie is survived by her husband of 38 years, Kenneth Teague Jr. of the home, a daughter, Erin Teague Gross and husband, Zane of Hickory, and a daughter-in-law, Kelly Anderson of Hardeeville, SC; granddaughters, Kailey Gross and Alayna Dale of Hickory, and Izzy Burge of Hardeeville, SC; grandsons, Caleb Teague of Hickory and Liam Dale of Hardeeville, SC; sisters, Teresa Shaw and Lisa Coulter; brothers, Dennis Mosteller and wife, Reba and Ronnie Mosteller and wife, Shawn, all of Hickory, and many nieces and nephews. Debbie was a lifetime member of Mountain Grove Baptist Church. She had a servant’s heart, a gift for hospitality, was meticulous with details, but will be mostly remembered by her devotion to her family. A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. at Mountain Grove Baptist Church with Dr. Barry Keys officiating. Afterwards, the family will receive friends in the Family Life Building. Memorials may be made to Mountain Grove Baptist Church, 6156 Mountain Grove Road, Hickory, NC 28602.

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  • Mountain Grove Baptist Church

Services

  • A CELEBRATION OF LIFE Saturday, August 17, 2019
  • RECEIVING OF FRIENDS Saturday, August 17, 2019

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Debra "Debbie" Susan (Mosteller) Teague

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Isaiah Evans

August 18, 2019

When I think of Debbie I not only think what a great worker she was but what a kind hearted and dedicated person she was. She was a sweet woman with a heart of gold. She was such a dedicated person too her church. May you rest in peace Debbie and walk by god's side. We will alwYs have you in our hearts.❤💕

Kelly Jo Lewis

August 16, 2019

When I think of Debbie, her huge smile is the first thing that comes to my mind. The second thing is her love and commitment to God and her family. I will forever remember her generous love and care for everyone in her life. She was such a kind, beautiful and humble spirit. Wonderful boss, leader, friend, sister, daughter, wife, employee. The list is endless. RIP Debbie with no more pain. I love you! Kelly

Libby McDowell

August 15, 2019

Debbie was a classmate of mine at Fred T Foard. I also saw her a few times at Mountain Grove. She was a friendly woman and I know she will be missed.

Eddie Dean Mull

August 15, 2019

Debbie was great to be in Fred T Foard High School with. Everyone that knew her loved her because of her great personality and she could influence you to make you a better person. I wish I could have been as "grounded" and determined in school as she was. Debbie will be miss and never forgotten.

Billy Eckard

August 15, 2019

Billy and I would like to say how sorry we are for your loss. Debbie helped me with my first job in an office setting by telling her sister Lisa about me. And since then I have accomplished many things I didn't know I could, and for that..I couldn't thank her enough. Billy worked with Debbie for many years at Burns Wood Products. Just would like the family to know we are thinking of them. Billy, Stefanie, Cody, and Macey Eckard.

CRYSTAL MILLS

August 15, 2019

Debbie was a great person and I was fortunate to have worked with her for 23 years. We shared many memories in those years and most of them are remembered with a smile or good laugh. She set a strong example in her faith and care to her family. I know her memory will be strong with her family and friends because she was such a caring soul. My prayers and thoughts are with Ken, Erin and the rest of the family as they celebrate her life and mark on this world. She left it a better place by just being DEBBIE.

Randy Lowder

August 14, 2019

I worked with Debbie for almost 10 years. I’m so sorry to hear of her loss. She was a wonderful person and she’ll be missed. My thoughts and prayers go with the family.

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