Deborah Jo Chmielorski
November 19, 1951 ~ November 10, 2018
Deborah Jo Chmielorski, 66, of Follansbee, WV was called home to the Lord, Saturday, November 10, 2018.
Born on November 19, 1951, in Washington, PA, Deborah was a daughter of the late Joseph and Doris Lee Fuller Grubor. She was also preceded in death by her brother, Joey Grubor.
Debbie graduated from the Washington School of Nursing. She worked at Weirton General Hospital in Pediatrics, Trinity Medical Center in the Operating Room, and was also a home health nurse. She finished her career in nursing with Nationwide Insurance.
Most of all Debbie enjoyed spending time with her family, and will be remembered for her intellect, her strong faith, and last but not least the world’s greatest gammy to her grandchildren.
She will be remembered with love by her husband, John Chmielorski, Jr., whom she married on December 2, 1972; her son, John Joseph “J.J.” Chmielorski and his wife Amanda of Richmond, OH; her daughter, Kristin Moffat and her husband, Keith of Colliers, WV; her grandchildren, Sierra Sears, Kylie Jo Moffat, and Mason Chmielorski; her brother, Jody A. Grubor and his fiancé Jada Barnett of Falling Waters, WV; her nieces, Heather Catanzarite of Robinson, PA and Ashley Groch of New Cumberland, WV; and her lifelong friend who was more like a sister, Sally DiGiacinto of Follansbee, WV.
Visitation will be Tuesday 10 AM until the time of Funeral Services at 11 AM at the New Life Church 1482 Knights Road Weirton, WV.
Interment will follow.
Debbie’s family would like to thank Dr. Ramesh Thimmiah for all of his care and friendship over the years.
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Sending thoughts and prayers to the family. Debi Taylor
John, sorry for your loss, Prayers for you and your family. Sally Waszczak
John and family: I am so very sorry for your loss. I will keep you in my prayers.
There are no words to express how saddened I am with the loss of such a dear longtime friend. We shared so much throughout the years the happy times as well as the sad ones. She fought the good fight and I always admired her strength and her faith in God throughout it all. To John, JJ, and Kristen and your families you will all be in my thought and prayers as you try to deal with your loss. Heaven has certainly gained another angel.
Thank you, Denise for your friendship with my mom. You guys certainly go way back. I know she appreciated your friendship and all the delicious cookies you baked for her. She certainly was strong and full of faith. The strongest person I know.
Thank you, Glenna, for your prayers and kind words
Dear John and Family,
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your dear wife, Debbie. She was such a kind and precious lady, and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, etc. She is now resting in God’s Perfect Peace. Our deepest sympathy, thoughts, and prayers to you and all your loved ones.
Sincerely, George & Joanne Slanchik
To John Chmielorski & Family, “PEACE TO BRING COMFORT ,COURAGE TO FACE THE DAYS AHEAD & LOVING MEMORIES TO FOREVER HOLD IN YOUR HEART.
DEEPEST CONDOLENCES. NANETTE (YOUNG)JONES.
John, I extend my deepest sympathy to you, your children and grandchildren. I saw Debbie’s obituary in the paper and wanted to let you know that you are in my prayers at this very difficult time. I know your heart is broken. The memories of your life together will sustain you.
Jeanette (Roberts) Wojcik
Thank you for your kind words.
Thank you for your kind words.
Sally, thank you for being a loving friend quite literally to the very end. Your friendship meant more to my mom than you will ever know. She said you were the sister she never had. Thanks for being such a blessing to her.❤
Thank you, Debi.
Thank you for your comforting words, Nanette.
No more sickness, pain or tears for you are in the saviors arms. We have shared many family functions including the love we have for our children and grandchildren. JJ became our son and Mandie became your daughter through their marriage union .You will be missed but not forgotten. We will all be together again one day. Love and heartfelt memories! Pauline and Anthony
Gammy, I miss you. It still feels like you are still here. I wish you were. I will always remember a few things. One is the time we were in the mall too long and we got locked in and we had to go out through the employee’s only door. Another time I remember is our sleepovers. I loved them all ❤ I remember when we used to put the fan on and blow bubbles. That was fun! I remember our last sleepover. We painted, colored, and watched TV together. I remember every time you came over and you would remind me that when I was little I would hit you and Mama when you would sing “Jesus Loves Me” because I thought it was time for bed. I love you. I am going to give you Mr. Elephant. You were the best Gammy. I know you didn’t think you were a good Gammy because you were sick, but you were the best Gammy because you were My Gammy! I will always love you, Gammy. Your little Pookie, Kylie Jo
We never got to meet you. That is our loss. You raised a wonderfully, kind young man. We all live Pastor JJ and his entire family. They are a true blessing to so many in our community. I pray for comfort for your family.
Thank you, Christine.
Thank you so much, Pauline ❤
John and family so sorry for Your loss. I am unable to attend the service but know you are in my prayers.
To John,Kristin, J.J. And the grandchildren. Debbie and I go way back to the days when we road to work together in the OR at Weiton Hospital. John and Debbie were even the Godparents of our daughter, Jill. I am so very sorry for your loss, Just know you have my deepest sympathy and you are ALL in my thoughts and prayers. MaynGod laynhis special hands on you at this time.
You were such a wonderful sister. You always wanted the best for all of us. It was a privilege and honor to have you for my sister. Please give Mom, Dad and little Joe a hug from me.
John, Kristen & JJ
Cherie and I would like to pass on our condolences on Debbie’s passing. She was such a nice wife and mother and I know you will miss her. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Bernie & Cherie Kelly
, Charlotte, NC
To my Mom, Words cannot say how much I miss you. I know that you are with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Through your death I have become even closer with God because one day I want to be reunited with you. I thank you for everything that you have instilled in me to become the man I am today. When I think back upon my life, you where always there for me. Whether we agreed upon everything it could not overtake the love that I had for you. You will always be in inspiration to me because of the faith you had in God. As sick as you where but your faith never wavered. I just want you to know that I love you and I will love you forever. God bless mom, we will be reunited one day. Your loving son J.J.