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Deborah McGinnis Mori
10/11/1953 - 06/10/2022
Mrs. Deborah McGinnis Mori, age 68 of Anchor Cove subdivision, Bracey, , VA, died Friday, June 10, 2022 at her residence. She was a former employee of the Fairfax, Va. Public School System. Debbie is survived by her husband of thirty five years Donald F. Mori , her daughter Page L. Mori of Fairfax, VA and her sons Family William J, Mori of Richmond, Va. Courtney Stewart of Richmond Va, two grandchildren Finn and Frances Mori and two nieces Meghan Mason of Haymarket, VA Brenna Prince of Connecticut and the family dogs Zowey Captain and Bailey. A big celebration of life will be the Mori’s family lake house at a later date but will be announced on this website. The family suggest memorial contributions in Deborah’s name to be made to the Ray of Hope Food Pantry , 83 Green Pasture Lane
La Crosse, Va. 23950. Online condolences may be made through our website, www.crowderhitecrews.com. Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Mori family.
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Debbie will always be remembered and cherished by my wife and I. She made us feel so comfortable on our first outing with the company, and it made us realize that this was the place for us. She was always positive, and just always kept a great attitude and welcoming smile. I will miss her terribly during this years Crab Feast and Christmas Party.
Ms Debbie was my bus driver growing up, and I can’t overstate what a positive impact she had on us as kids. She was kind and caring, always patient, and treated us with respect. She was well loved by all the kids on her route, and didn’t tolerate bullying or unkindness of any kind. There were a few days of “lights on” rides home (where we weren’t allowed to talk)… usually well earned on our ends for screaming and being generally too out of control. But Ms Debbie was always fair and gave us the opportunity to better our behavior, encouraging us to be our best. A great role model who will be missed!
My greatest sympathy goes out to Debbie’s family. She was a wonderful friend and I know her family was her greatest treasure. She lived with genuineness and intensity. I wish she had more time but we are all blessed to have had her touch our lives.
Debi always had a smile on her face and was so friendly and adored her family. She was the best bus driver in Fairfax County! She will be missed but her memory will live on with her family and friends.
Debbie lived her life to the fullest. She loved her family and friends and was like a second Mom to me for many years. She was the life of the party and an inspiration to those that knew her. She will be dearly missed!
Clifton, VA a few years ago, and I have missed her presence deeply. She was a kind, compassionate friend with a huge bright spirit.
We pray the angels will comfort Debbie’s husband, Bud, children William and Page, and all those who love her. Blessed be, precious Debbie. Your spirit will live on in our hearts forever. 🙏🏻💗🥰
Debbie moved from our neighborhood in Clifton, VA not long ago. She was a kind, compassionate friend with a tremendously loving, bright spirit. I will miss her deeply. Praying the angels will comfort her husband, Bud, children, William and Page, and all those who love her. Blessed be, precious friend.
Our True Friend
While our paths only crossed 8 short years ago it seems like we have known Debbie for a lifetime! I have never met a more fun loving, grand spirted & kind hearted individual. To make my long story longer (wink wink)…We shared Many Many MANY amazing memories, to never be forgotten. We miss you dearly My Friend! Love you to the moon and back!
Friend/ Great Grandma of Finn & Frankie
Debbie was a. Kind, Wonderful Lady . She always had a Smile & Warm Greeting for Everyone. SHE WAS A TRUE LEADER OF THE PACK !!! She will be TRULY MISSED !!
Debbie will be missed and remembered.
She loved life, wore a smile at all times and raised with Bud two amazing kids that I had the pleasure of knowing and working with.
Her photo with Frankie is so adorable. She showed genuine interest in every person she met.
She lived a good life and left a great legacy.
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My beloved cousin Deb and I were born 3 months apart. Our families were close. We were like sisters growing up. Her bother Johnny, and my brother Gary, made us the four musketeers every summer in Rocky Point.
Deb loved life and especially loved being a devoted mom to her amazing kids, William and Page, and to her gentle husband, Bud. We all know how excited she was about meeting her precious granddaughter, Frances Lorraine. She had a very generous, welcoming spirit and enjoyed filling her house with family and friends. I love you and will miss you dear Deb.