Debra Lynne Hardrick, age 63 as taken by our Lord on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. She passed away peacefully at Schneidmiller Hospice House after a long battle with cancer.
Debra was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 24, 2955 to Edward and Peggy (Weigel) Griener. She had one brother named Denver. Debra graduated from high school in 1973. She was a franchise account manager for 10 years.
She moved on with life and married William Lester Hardrick Jr. in Aurora, Colorado in October of 1989. Debra was a member of the Bethany International Church in aurora, CO. and was a member of the Worship team missionaries. Debra was also a very accomplished missionary for five years. Debra has lived all over the world, Japan, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, and America. She loved spending time with family, children, and fishing with her husband. Her number one passion was spending time in prayer for others. Debra was also a vice president to Kingdom of Heaven Embassy Inc. a charity and nonprofit. She loved being able to support hurting families and children.
Debra is survived by her husband, William Lester Hardrick, and her two sons Robert and Joshua Burns, along with their wife's Cindy Burns and MaryAnn Burns. She also is survived by 3 grandchildren, Tevin, Trustina, and Ann Burns. Debra was also an accomplished author who wrote several books and expressed her passion for honesty and Truth.
Debra was a great mother and friend. She was the best wife ever! She touched so many thousands of lives in her last ten years. God blessed her to go into all the world and preach the Gospel as commanded by the Lord Jesus Christ. She Journaled her life on a daily basis and did her best to be true to Jesus Christ. Everyone who meet her knew she was a wonderful Soul!
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