Denita Janice Moore Whittington Tuesday, September 24, 1974 - Monday, June 26, 2017

Denita Janice Moore Washington was born September 24th, 1974, in Kansas City, Kansas to the union of Nathaniel and Dorothy Moore Jr. She attended Frank Rushton, Rosedale Middle School and J.C. Harmon High School graduating in 1993. Denita started working at a very young age, being gainfully employed at the U.S. Postal Service, Principal Insurance and J.P Morgan Chase acquiring licenses in series 6,63,26 and 7. Denita loved her family with all her heart but her greatest accomplishment was her son, Kyle Anthony Ross. On April 20,2013, she married Christopher Whittington, the man that provided her with unconditional love and support. Denita enjoyed shopping and interior decorating. I don’t know what she has more of shoes or handbags. She loved them all. Her pride and joy was her home. She spent hours making it a beautiful showplace that friends and family enjoyed visiting. Preceding her in death, grandparents, Albert and Sarah Hoskins, and Nathaniel Moore Sr., mother-in-law, Carolyn B. Whittington. Denita leaves to cherish her memory her devoted husband, Christopher Whittington. Her sons, Kyle Ross, Damon Whittington (Tanya) and Christopher Whittington Jr. Her parents, Nathaniel and Dorothy Moore Jr., grandmother, Mamie L. Moore, father-in-law, Warren Whittington Sr., sister, Deborah Hoskins Byers (Cameron) and brother, Anthony Moore (Felecia). Her only niece, Kamryn Robinson, brother-in-law, Warren Whittington Jr. Cousins, Ashley and Jayden Pulliam and friend, LaShonda Kegler. As well as a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers that were friends and became family. We give reverence to the dead through our service to the living.

Please know that I am praying for the entire family. I love you all and pray htat you all will continue to trust God and love on each other.

 

Danita was a really good friend. I met her at Rosedale Middle school. And she was the neighbor of a mutual friend Lashonda Kegler. We all spent many days together, hanging out, going to the school games, or passing each other in the halls of Rosedale. Those memories were fond and I know we did not talk daily or even often at all but when we did......Boiiiii. We picked right back up. Danita was always outgoing, crazy, and loving. As so they say BIRDS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER!!!!!! This is truly heart breaking for me because real love never dies. You will be missed but our memories lives on. R.I.H. AND IN PEACE.

From one of your Crazy, Outgoing, & loving friends. signed Ruelena Locke