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Darlene “Dee” Muldrow, 67 passed away November 9, 2022.
Ms. Muldrow was born on June 26, 1955 in Seattle Washington
She was preceded in death by her father Theodore Kennedy Jr. and her brother Charles Shaheed.
Darlene D. Muldrow, a loving mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and friend passed away on November 9, 2022 at age 67. Darlene passed away surrounded by family. She was born in Seattle, Washington. She lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico where she had a career and raised two daughters. She worked as a Campus Security Officer for Albuquerque Public Schools for 25 years. During that time, she dedicated most of her career to the safety of her students. She spent her career guiding and teaching students life lessons that they would carry with them. She had a unique way of connecting with everyone she met and with each interaction she made her way into the hearts of thousands of people. Darlene D Muldrow will be missed but not forgotten.
Survivers include: two daughters, Jeanine Muldrow-Warrick (and husband Stephen), and Andrea Munoz; three grandchildren, Terrance Smith (and wife Bahramei), Dezeree Munoz and Kiara Warrick; mother, Joanne Kennedy; two sisters, Marilyn Washington and Carolyn Fisher; brother, Frederick Grant; three nieces, Shavon Grant, Jasmine Charles, Alexus Washington; and two nephews Kenneth and Darnell Gresham.
Memorial contributions are suggested to the ALS Association.
Stephanie Gutierrez-Platero says
Momma Dee, I love you and thanks you for being you and caring for us through thick and thin. Truly a great & wonderful woman of God! ??
Joseph Lockhart says
My precious niece. Darling, I am sincerely going to miss you, but know you are in a better place. I feel you are more like a sister than a niece because we grew up together, I love ?? you .
Troy Washington says
Denise I’m going to miss you and our Sunday football talk. I know you’re in a better place and enjoying the after life.
Always Love you
Delia Fuller- Lewis says
You will forever be missed.
Delia Fuller- Lewis says
You will forever be missed. You gave us all unconditional love.
Richard Rudkin says
You have the heart of gold to put up with some of us bad behavior kids at Lincoln Middle School and Security Guard at Cibola, I want to thank you personally for shaping me into the man I am now
Essie Lockhart says
Denise I wii remember all the good time we shared together. I will cherish the memories and rewind the happiness we shared.. I will miss your infectious smile.
Kenna Moreland (Head) says
I was so sad to hear that you were gone. I love you lady. I hate that my goodbye was so long ago. You will always, always hold a special place in my heart.