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Friday, January 23, 2015

Debra Rae (Saulter) Moore, 58, of Port Allegany, PA

Debra Rae (Saulter) Moore
Debra Rae (Saulter) Moore, 58, of Port Allegany, PA, died Tuesday (January 20, 2015) in the UPMC Hamot, Erie.

She was born Aug 16, 1956 in Coudersport, a daughter of Raymond and Judith Ann Chilson Petteys, Sr. On Dec. 30, 2011, she married Emory Moore, who survives.

Debra was a 1974 graduate of Port Allegany High School and attended the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. She was the owner and operator of Video Visions in Port Allegany for many years. She had many jobs throughout her life but the one she loved the most was when she was caring for her sister Beth.

Deb had a very kind heart and was an avid animal lover. She was loved by many and was a social butterfly who talked to everyone as if they had been friends forever.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by

One son: Alexander Saulter of Greenwood, NY

One sister: Bethann Howard of Port Allegany, PA

Two brothers: Raymond (Linda) Petteys and Matthew (Holly) Petteys of Port Allegany, PA

A very special aunt, Ella Biehler of Port Allegany, PA; C

A good friend and caregiver Joy Brown of Port Allegany, PA.

Many nieces and nephews

She was preceded in death by her parents a Sister Mary DeCarlo and her step-mother Ruth Petteys.

There will be no visitation. Memorial services will be held at the convenience of the family

Memorials may be made to the S.W. Smith Library, Port Allegany or the SPCA in Bradford

Online condolence may be made at www.hartle-tarboxfuneralhomes.com.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

I've known Debbie since she was a toddler. Best friends with her sister. She babysat for my children. When we had a tragedy in our family, Debbie offered to babysit for youngsters she did'nt even know. Everytime I saw her the past 50 years, she always had a smile and a "how are you"..Rest in peace, my friend

Anonymous said...

I've known Debbie since she was a toddler. Best friends with her sister. She used to baby sit for my children. When we had a tragedy in our family, she offered to babysit for youngsters that she did'nt even know. Rest in peace, my friend

Anonymous said...

I've known Debbie since she was a toddler. Best friends with her sister. She used to babysit my children. When we had a family tragedy she offered to babysit for youngsters she did'nt even know. Rest in peace my friend.

Anonymous said...

Funny lady with a great heart. Deepest Sympathy to her family.

Frank Kaziska said...

Debbie will be greatly missed - she had a sense of humor that always brought out the best in those that were with her. Rest in peace.