Deborah L. (Estok) Moller

October 8, 1954 ~ April 5, 2020 (age 65)


Deborah Lynn Moller, 65 of Branchburg, wife of Daniel S. Moller, passed away on Palm Sunday morning, April 5, 2020 at Hunterdon Medical Center.

She was born in Edison NJ on Oct. 8, 1954, daughter of the late Joseph M. and Velma Estok. Sister of late Joseph Jr. Estok.  Debs was a graduate of John P. Stevens High School. She worked along with her mother Velma at Alston School of Photography for 30 years.  

She moved to Perth Amboy where she met her husband Dan in the Green Village apartments.  Together in 1996, they moved into Branchburg and bought a ranch home with a yard fitted for her dog Skylar’s lifestyle. On her business trip to the Bahamas with Alston School of Photography, Dan surprisingly proposed to her and they were married in a beachfront wedding on Jan. 5, 2000.

Over the years Alston closed their doors due to changes in photography.  Debs moved on to learning the medical field since she knew so much of it from helping with her parents' health.  In 2007 she joined the office of Alliance Medical where she worked as a medical assistant for 13 years with Dr. Sun and Dr. Qu.  She met many friends through work but she will deeply miss her best friend Michelle Plath.

Debs enjoyed entertaining and cooking for everyone who entered our home. She could cook as well or better than any restaurant. Her passion was cooking her mother's recipes and caring for everyone she met and loved. Deb and Dan especially loved their neighbors who became family: Steve, Lisa and her three daughters. She would shower all our family and friends, even the new ones, with birthday and holiday gifts. Her love was very strong and she believed in helping others sometimes more than herself.

She had a love for all animals except skunks!  She would feed the birds every day of the year. She would spoil her dogs: Skylar, Bosco and surviving her: Winston and Wiley. They were her kids and meant the world to her. Nothing was too good for them.

She was a NY GIANTS fan and would even cheer for her husband’s JETS too.

One of her favorite things was going to every street fair, Balloon Fest, concert and market. Debs had a love for music, many different styles. To show you the wide range of her music, we were supposed to go see Pitbull and Chris Stapleton.  The one song she liked as we sat outside sipping wine together was Pink Floyd’s “HOW I WISH YOU WERE HERE”.

Deb’s favorite flower was the tulip, which covers our front yard and grows in our garden every year which she shared with others.

Deborah is survived by her husband Daniel Moller and her only Aunt Betty who raised her like a daughter. She also has many cousins and their families who always welcome us in their homes.  On her husband's side of the family, her mother in law, sisters in law and brother in law, along with the children she cared so much for, will all miss her greatly.

Due to difficult times there will be no formal service. A Celebration of life will be held at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be in her name to a charity of one’s choice or animal shelter.

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Private Committal

Somerset Hills Memorial Park
95 Mount Airy Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920


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