July 9, 2020

Debra Rose Moreno

Debra Rose Moreno age 65 of Raymond, passed away July 8, 2020 at her home with her loving family by her side.  She was born July 5, 1955 in Jefferson City, Missouri to Clarence Woodard and Dorothy (Rau) Damman.  Debra worked as a cashier and manager at several local convenience stores.

Survivors include her husband Chuck Moreno of Raymond, Daughters and sons-in-law Holly and Bryan Nielsen of Omaha, Heather and Jamie Bearup of Lincoln, Cassandra and Tyler Helgoth of Lincoln.  Son Clint Moreno of Raymond.  Mother Dorothy Damman of Lincoln, father and step mother Clarence and Jane Woodard of Columbia, Missouri.  Sisters and brothers-in-law Pam and Dave Nutt of Montrose, Colorado, Brenda Arisman of Lincoln, Shea and Marlon Sanchez of Aurora, Colorado, Letitia Woodard of Booneville, Missouri, Crystal and Adam Kendrick of Columbia, Missouri.  Brothers and sister-in-law Terry and Debi Damman of Firth, Chad Damman of Lincoln.  17 Grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

A memorial service will be held at 10:30 A.M. on Saturday, July 18, 2020 at Holy Savior Lutheran Church, 4710 N. 10th Street in Lincoln.  Due to social distancing regulations, the service will be by invite only.  A virtual service on the Holy Savior Facebook page will be available to the public.

Private family interment will be at Wyuka Cemetery.

A celebration of life ceremony will be held at a later date.

Family requests memorials in lieu of flowers to Holy Savior Lutheran Church or to the family for a later designation.


  1. Love you Deb. You will be missed, but we will see each other on the other side down the road.

  2. Deb you will be so missed. You fought hard to beat this terrible disease. You are now at peace and God was at the Golden Gates waiting for you.
    Chuck I’m so sorry you have to go through this. It isn’t easy but know you will be ok

    • So sorry to hear.

    • You guys were always so great for June and I. You could never find better friends than you two. That is how I thought of you two together. You were always there for June and I. All our prayers are with you
      She was loved and will be missed A lot! Even when she was giving me he’ll at Bryan
      June and I love you both!

    • Chuck I was saddened to learn that Deb has passed away. God called and she answered. I pray that that the Lord grants you and your family his loving grace. May Love and peace be with you all

    • A great loss in sisterhood. Deb was one of the strongest gal that I have ever met ! A true warrior. I have great memories of the sisterhood & our travels to Mexico. Cancuun & bringing me from SD to Nebraska to photograph Cassie’s wedding & spending times with them as if i were family. My heart goes out to Chuck & family. With love, Michele

  3. Deb, I could not have loved you more if you were born to me. You always had such a quick loving smile at all times. See you later, your step mom, Jane.

  4. Chuck and Family,

    Our sincere condolences to all of you.
    May you find comfort in all of your special memories. And knowing that Deb is now at peace and without pain in God’s arms

    Elaine & Buzz

  5. Love You Sis

  6. I love you sister. I’m going to miss you so much . I am blessed to have you be my older sister.
    And thankful we always had such a good relationship. 🌹
    Memories in my heart forever n ever .
    See you one day 🙏

  7. Chuck and Family,

    My sincere condolences to all. I was saddened to hear of Deb’s passing, I have many fond memories of happy time spent with her. May you find peace in your memories, and knowing she is at home with our Lord.

  8. Our Lord Jesus, in his good and gracious will, has called Deb to his side in heaven, to inhabit the mansion he has prepared for her. He has provided you with both comfort and hope, with the assurance of the resurrection. Remember the words of the Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 15: “Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting? The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” May God continue to keep you in his loving care. –Pastor Dan

  9. So sorry for your loss.

  10. Dear Deb, Chuck and Family,
    Our hearts too are heavy in the hearing of your passing. A lot of years and many miles have come between us since we last hung out. Does not seem that long ago, I would pick you up for school in the vw. I remember the sun in your face would always make you yawn…of course when I got hold of that, I would fake yawns all the way to school and you would get so mad at me because you could not stop yawning. Anyway…it was pretty funny. Deb, I’ll be a better person for knowing you, had a lot of fun back then.
    Blessed are you Chuck, Pam, Brenda & family for all your love.


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