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Debbie Lynn (Moore) Skelton
August 3, 1964 ~ August 6, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Funeral Services for Debbie will be Wednesday, August 9, 2023, at Central Christian Fellowship, 759 Columbia Hwy, Hohenwald, TN at 2:00 pm. Visitation will be from 10 am to 2 pm. Send flowers to Central Christian Fellowship or Adair Funeral Home in Hohenwald, TN.
Debbie was the daughter of Cecil B. Moore, Sr, and Mary Annette Patrick; the granddaughter of William Bernice Moore & Alice Mirya Hogge, and Berville Clifton Patrick and Goldie Pearl Hall.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Mary Annette Moore, Cecil B. Moore, Sr., Cecil Burnell Moore, Jr., and Roger Larnell Moore and her niece, Kassie Lynn Jackson.
Debbie is survived by her 3 children: Adrian Christopher Moore, Brandon Leonard Skelton, and Aundrea Renee Skelton; her siblings & their spouses: Saundra Annette & Hubert Wallace of Dayton. TN Carl Rae & Christine Moore of Crivitz Wisconsin, Dale Robert & Sheila Moore of Lawrenceburg, TN, pearl Alice (Pam) & David Lasater, Daplas Carolyn Moore & Tony Edward Moore all of Hohenwald, TN, her nieces & nephews: Darrell, Shauna, Tony Dale, Brandi & Roger Dale.
Debbie went home to be With Jesus her Savior on August 6, 2023, at about 9: 15 pm at Maury Regional Hospital. She had been fighting Metastatic Breast Cancer for 10 years. She lost that battle but completed her salvation in Jesus. Debbie was a Christian and loved the Lord. Debbie ministered in Song and in her Writing of letters to so many. She was dedicated to serving the Lord and her family.
Debbie graduated from Lewis County High School in 1982 and graduated from Vo-Tech school in Hohenwald in 2006.
Debbie was an employee of The Department of Human Services in Columbia, TN for 16 years. She was a singer, a writer and talented artist. She will be remembered as a good mother, sister, and friend to many. Heaven's gain is our heartache, but we are glad she was made whole and is now with Jesus.