April 14, 1954 ~ March 29, 2019

Born in: Rock Springs, WY
Resided in: Denver, CO


Memorial Service: April 12, 2019 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Heritage Christian Center
14401 East Exposition Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012

(303) 739-5080

Reception: April 12, 2019 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

Heritage Christian Center
14401 East Exposition Avenue
Aurora, CO 80012

(303) 739-5080

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  1. Thank you for always showing so much love when we came into the shop. Made every visit feel so comfortable. You are missed but heaven has some clean cuts right about now.
    Blessings to the family and my deepest condolences.

  2. Our hearts go out to the Moore Family, May God provide you with love strength and comfort to get through this tough time.

  3. I’m in Charlotte so I can’t make it to the services, but I wanna send my love and respect to the entire Moore family. RIP Ms. Deb

  4. I remember when I first walked into Montbello Barbers. I was thirteen. Maybe I was fifteen? Fast forward to my forties, your warm smile and hello always made me feel like family. Love you. Lord willing we will see each other again.

  5. Condolences to my family on the lost of our beloved Deborah who is my first cousin. Remembering when me and my dad would visit Denver and go to your Barber Shoppe and when we walked in we see your big smile. You are now with uncle Hoyt your dad and your mom aunt Nancy. Sleep In Paradise 🌹💕🌹

  6. Stay strong big man, moms spirit will always live on thru you and represent her well. Much love and blessings. Love you bro.
    Cali Love

  7. May this beautiful Angel Rest In Peace. Sending prayers of strength to the Moore family during this time of bereavement. Please know you are in my thoughts and in my heart Matise.

  8. Thank you mom for showing me how to Love and not be selfish because the Lord knows I’m very bad at both of those thing’s and you will always be my greatest Shero in the world! Love 💕Ster

  9. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs to all family and friends. With heartfelt condolences, from cousin Marsha and daughters.

  10. I remember all of us debbie iris, cindy ,carol sometimes Tommy with the kids metese, evan oriana, orina , little nate going to denver zoo, city park and old denver general, university hospital and fitzsimons hospital for texts those were good times

  11. To the family of Miss Deborah we are Walmart #3533 Stapleton are going to miss her. She brought many happy times to the store when we were having bad days! Each and everyone of of us would look forward for her to come in and make us laugh! Miss Deb you will be deeply miss my everyone in the store. Rest in peace Miss Deb!

  12. My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Deborah. May God’s promises found at Acts 24:15 and Psalms 37:29 bring you comfort at this difficult time.

  13. I will miss you greatly. We’ve had our days of joy. Secrets will remain in my heart. Encouraging each other in our journeys in this life. My deepest condolences to our family.

  14. Mom thanks for letting us see a Strong black business woman that we where all proud to support and take advise from the best.. R.I.Power moms.. Tell Larry I said hello…
    Mike T BkA Tbone1

  15. Thank you Dee-borah for all the laughs, memories and most of all, the “love”. Never to be forgotten nor duplicated. I will always love you as you loved many. Thanks for everything. My deepest condolences to the immediate and extended family.❤❤ Thanks for sharing her with us. Rest Deborah.

  16. I love you so much auntie. You watched me grow from a young one to a grown man. You was the only one to cut my head from like age 5 to 14 years of age. You were more then my barber! You were my mentor at one point of time, my disciplinary at times and my friend most of all. You were a very strong women mom and I really cant believe you gone but GOD gained him a strong beatiful Angel. Tell my grand pa I will always love ya’ll. And please watch over me! I love you aunt Deb!

  17. Deb may God bless you and your family may God keep you and hold you thank you for the Memories thank you for all that you have done. you will never be forgotten. you have always been and now it’s official you’re an ANGEL

  18. To the Evens Family, were so so sorry about your lost she will be missed. Are deepest sympathy Ray&Faye Billups

  19. Deb afforded so many people an opportunity to come up. Many other business today have branched off from the original Montbello Barbers. She allowed me to be a part of that special place where she dispensed so much love and laughter. I will let my sister know how much she meant to me when we meet in Paradise.

  20. Rest in Heaven dear lady ,I wish peace and comfort for the family. Miss Deb was always kind to me,she will be missed.

  21. Deb and I go back to high school. She was a wonderful person and a special friend. Seems like we were always connected by our children who are equally special to us. May God be with you. We will miss her dearly.

  22. Our condolences to the Moore family. Debra RIP AND RIH. FAMILY STAY STRONG AND STAY PRAYED UP, STAY TOGETHER 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤. LOVE YOU GUYS ALWAYS!

  23. Dearest God mother, we loved YOU, but God loves you Best! RIP! You have earned Your crown and ALL of it’s stars.
    LOVE, “Fancy ” Nancy, Larry Donnell & Pamela Dionne

  24. My condolences goes out to the family. Deb RIH!!! She was the One who gave me my name “uncle Jeff” big heart, may GOD be with you we miss you DEARLY.

  25. To the Family and Friends of Deborah Joanne Fade

    Please allow me to express my condolences for the loss of your dear loved one. The pain and sorrow experienced during this difficult time can be overwhelming. However, I am often comforted by the words found in God’s word, the Bible. For instance, when grieving the loss of his dear friend Lazarus, the Bible reports that “Jesus gave way to tears.” (John 11:35). What is even more comforting is the fact that Jesus resurrected Lazarus from the dead, and so like Mary and Martha, Lazarus’ sisters, the Bible expresses the hope of the resurrection whereby we may see our loved ones again. (Read John 11:38-44; 5:28, 29). What a marvelous hope.

    May Jehovah God grant you peace during this time and provide comfort for you and your loved ones.

    Jeanine W.

  26. My deepest sympathy and many prayers 🙏🏾 to the Moore Family & my Big Bro, Sterling ❤️, some of the first people I met when I came to CO. Ms. Deb always told it exactly how she felt it, with no filters❣️🥰#RIH

  27. Man oh man. I just got the news last night and I’m heartbroken. I remember meeting Deb when I was maybe 7 or 8 years old at Bills Barbershop. My dad, Steve, and her go waaaaay back. Deb always had that special touch. Never called me by my first name…it was always “Dr.J” I’ll never forget how much I looked forward to going to Montbello Barbers, get a cut then sit there for hours on end conversing, laughing and of course, eating whatever she had cooked that day. They don’t make shops like that anymore, or people to run them the way she did.

    I’ll miss you, Deb. Me and pops will always lift you and your family up in prayer. See you later. Peace, love and blessings!

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