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Deborah “Debbie” Gray, age 65 of Kansas City passed away at NorthCare Hospice on Monday, May 27, 2019 after a long illness.
Debbie was born in Libertyville, IL on April 24, 1954 to Shirley Molder. Debbie’s husband is Frank W. Gray, of the home. Debbie is survived by three siblings and their spouses: Larry Teer and wife Leona of Bolivar, Terry Teer and wife Sharon of Kansas City, and Gina Sheppeck and husband Chuck of Dunnegan.
Debbie is survived by her son and his wife, Chris and Gina Green, as well as her granddaughter, Claire Green, all of Bolivar.
Debbie had a large extended network of cousins, nieces, and friends whom she loved dearly. Debbie loved her little Yorkie, Tinker. Debbie had a big heart and showed this by helping anyone she could. She treated many friends like family.
Debbie was preceded in death by several beloved relatives: son Timothy Hughes, sister Joni Bartlett, mother Shirley Teer, and stepfather Leo Teer.
Memorial services will be held at 11:00am Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, Raytown, MO. A visitation will be held prior to the service at 10:00am.
Sandy Sharp says
Chris, we are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you, Gina and Claire.
Brent and Sandy Sharp
Jan McEntee says
Chris, our most heartfelt condolences to you, Gina, Claire, and all who love your mother. So sorry to hear of her passing. I will always have fond memories of her. She was always so warm and friendly to everyone. Love, Aunt Jan and Uncle Dan
Jeannie Kennedy says
My sweet Debbie, words can’t say how much I am going to miss you. You were there when I needed I needed someone to help me. In a short time we became very good friends. I love you ? & will miss you very much. Rest In Peace my beautiful friend, this earth is going to be lost with out you.
Pattie Vanhorn says
I didn’t know at all. I have been sick also and really been out of touch. I love Debbie so much old time play mate friend and family. We made up songs and I was a bridemaid at her 1st. Wedding. I she hasn’t felt good for awhile when we talked she didn’t stay on for a long time. I need to talk to someone please.
Chris I’m sorry for your loss…. I remember bout your mom is when be at your grandma Shirley house and she be hanging out there with my mom… she be truly be missed but one day we’ll be there and see her again
Heather Booth says
My sweet aunt Debbie so many memories of our family together when we were younger. You were always there with and for my momma. I know losing her was very hard for you. Now you will be together again. We will miss you and love you forever. Rest in Love and Peace…
To all of my family. We all have lost a good friend in addition to what part she was as a family member to us. Debbie you were loved and will be missed. May you soar higher than all the angels.
Angel Dare says
Aunt Debbie I will miss you more than words can say. I know you are at peace and with so many loved ones. I will miss you telling me how much you love me and to never forget it. I assure you I never will. Thank you for all of our wonderful memories and for all being my “cool” Aunt Debbie. “What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.” -Helen Keller
Elliana Matthews says
Aunt Debbie, I will miss you so much. Even though i’m sad, i know your better and happy. I’ll remember you as a kind happy lady who has a heart of gold. Once again I will miss you dearly, I love you.
Addilyn Matthews says
Aunt Debbie, I love you so much. I miss you a bunch already. I am so glad that you feel better in Heaven and that you are with god and he will take very good care of you. you are the sweetest person i have ever meet in my life. I hope that you have a great new life in heaven with god. I would tell you this in real life but what Nana use to say (Goodnight my love). I love you so much Aunt Debbie.