OBITUARY

Deborah Ruth Moore-Kirk

June 10, 1954October 9, 2020

In Loving Tribute- Deborah Ruth Moore-Kirk June 10, 1954 – October 9, 2020

Deborah has joined her mother, Frances, her father, Hollis Sr. and her brothers, Hollis Jr. and Richard. They all greeted her with tears of solace, love and grace.

Deborah is survived by her loving husband, Russell Moore-Kirk; her loving sister, Rebecca Bahnmaier; beloved brother, Steven; and heartfelt cousin, Sharon Kay. Deborah’s beloved and cherished children: Steven Moore (Debra Soverns) their children, Hailey, Levigh and Noah; Jennifer Moore-Kirk with Amzie Helms; Sean Kirk and his children, Lillyana and Peighton; Randall Bone with sons, Taylor and Grayson; Jessika Kirk (Daniel French) and their son, William French; and loving mother-in-law, Patricia Kirk.

Deborah was a very valued employee at T.R.W. for 20 years. She not only built, repaired and shipped their oil well cables worldwide, she also trained others foreign and domestic how to do so as well. Rest in peace, Deborah Moore-Kirk.

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Russell Moore-Kirk

October 19, 2020

I am having such a hard typing through my tears. Deb and I promised each other that we would be together until the end. We did that. I only wish it could have just been a little more longer. I am selfish in this as I saw every day how much she suffered. I was her man. She was my woman. We took those vows very seriously and we did keep them. I will miss you forever baby. You will still be my girl.
Always and Forever.
Till we meet again, your loving husband.

Patricia Kirk

October 17, 2020

I'm so sorry for the loss of Debbie. The family will miss her profoundly. As her mother-in-law, she always accepted and was kind to me and I will miss her. She suffered so much sickness the last few years I don't know how she endured, but she still managed to love her grandchildren and be there for them, and her children. And of course, her husband.

Goodbye Debbie. You will be remembered.

Linda Ottinger-Dopp

October 15, 2020

WE LOVED YOU DEBBIE, LOVED YOUR HEART, HAD THE BEST OF TIMES WITH YOU IN OUR EARLY ADULTHOOD.. GOD IS BLESSING YOU NOW.. NO MORE PAIN. YOURE NOT ALONE.. WITH WALLY (WALETTA) UP IN HEAVEN, AND WITH YOUR BELOVED FAMILY.. LOVE YOU, WAS BY YOUR HOME A COUPLE WEEKS AGO.. DIDNT KNOW, BUT GOD SPOKE UR NAME TO ME, WHILE I WAS IN UR NEIGHBORHOOD..REST IN PEACE MY LIFE LONG FRIEND..

Rebecca Bahnmaier

October 14, 2020

My dear sweet sister, I will miss you so, so much. You left to soon. I know how long and how much you have suffered. I’ll forever regret that I didn’t make a better effort to come see you at the hospital during this last flair-up that took you away from us. God saw your suffering and put an end to it, so now you are with your family in a perfect body. I can’t quit crying, I wanted you to take me with you. So sorry you were alone, but not completely alone, Mom, Sonny , Richard and the rest of our family that left before you, came to take you home, You had more patience and love for everyone, more than I ever did. You have given the world two beautiful children that have hearts of gold, because of the way you lived your life. Oh my sweet sister, I miss you, I’ll always miss your sweet and loving smile. We shared a life together growing up, played spin the bottle with our friends, hid and seek, danced with our dolls that were as big as us, spent nights talking about that days events. Oh God! Why does life have to be this way? Words can not express my grief, my life will be forever changed. RIP Debbie. 💔💋

Jennifer Pagan

October 11, 2020

Deb opened her heart and home to my oldest son, Amzie. She accepted my son and embraced the love he held for her daughter, Jenny. Despite the fact that she didn't know me, and wasn't feeling well, she welcomed me into their home and made room for me and my dogs to spend the night on our way through Kansas. We had a wonderful evening sitting around the table discussing our kids and pets. I will be forever grateful to her and Russell for giving Amzie a home and welcoming him into their family.

Debra Soverns

October 11, 2020

Mama I am going to miss u so much u was always like a mother I never had. You treated me like one of ur own and you and ur family gave me a place to go when I had no where else to go and for that I will be always grateful. I am so glad to have you there when ur grandchildren were born and watch all 3 of them enter into this thing called life mama I was so blessed to have you there I am going to miss being able to come over and visit and have a cup or two of coffee and just talk. Mama I love you I know you are not suffering anymore and the good Lord has u wrapped in his arms. Until the day we meet again I love you.

Jennifer Moore-Kirk

October 10, 2020

She was so much stronger than she ever gave herself credit for. I watched her fall apart and pick herself back up again, like a phoenix who burned down every night to start over again the next morning. I watched her choke back pain and give love to others even when she felt little love for herself. I watched her smile through tears, just to spare her family from the reality of how much she hurt.

She deserved much more than the hand she was given. Even as she suffered through her illnesses and hardships, she still rose from her bed, made herself some coffee, and kept going.

My mother did her best to show the world that unconditional love was possible. Even when she felt that she was undeserving of love, she knew that everyone else deserved love, and she wanted to be the one to show it.

She was generous with everything she was given, finding pride in the smile she could put on other's faces. She was funny and did her best to laugh, even if it was occasionally at herself.

She left behind a son, a daughter, three grand-children, and a devoted husband. She also loved two step-sons and a step-daughter, their children, one spoiled dog and a chubby cat.

I love you mom. Thank you for teaching me to love and forgive.

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