Deborah Moniz, formerly of Little Compton

Posted 4/3/20

Deborah “Debbie” Moniz passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2020, after battling pancreatic cancer.

Debbie was born April 16, 1959, in Fall River, to her parents Laura McCoy and Ronny …

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Deborah Moniz, formerly of Little Compton

Posted

Deborah “Debbie” Moniz passed away on Saturday, March 28, 2020, after battling pancreatic cancer.

Debbie was born April 16, 1959, in Fall River, to her parents Laura McCoy and Ronny Cornell. She was raised in Little Compton with her siblings, Cindy Chaves, Sandy Cornell and Ronny Cornell Jr.

Debbie moved in 1979 with her family to Texas. She raised her children in Hallsville, Texas, with a big heart full of love.

Debbie was a professor at Vista College  where she taught Medical Assisting with a passion. She was also a leader of the National Society of Leadership and Success during her teaching career.

Debbie was a lighthearted soul full of laughter, and loved making others laugh, traveling and spending time with her loved ones.

Debbie is survived by her children and their spouses, Dustin and Tiffany, Nathaniel, Jacob and Jessica; her grandchildren, Avery, Corbin, Ezekiel, Daniel, Amaya, Elijah, Bonnie; her siblings, Cindy Chaves, Sandy Cornell, Ronny Cornell Jr.; and her father, Ronny Cornell. Debbie is preceded in death by her mother, Laura McCoy.

Burial will take place at the Castle Valley Cemetery in Castle Valley, Utah. Arrangements will be handled by Spanish Valley Mortuary in Moab, Utah.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the memorial may be given to Sandy Cornell and she can be reached at moonwolf42@hotmail.com

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