Becci Moindi Plumley
Becci was a loved wife, daughter, mother, sister, aunt and friend who is greatly and dearly missed. Please, if you are struggling with addiction and/or mental health, get help now. Don't put it off until tomorrow. There are people who love you and your death will bring unspeakable pain to all who know you.
Becci Leigh Moindi Plumley took the world by storm on May 15th, 1980. She was a happy child with a zest for life and a sprightly smile; a smile that touched thousands. She was a hard worker, a generous giver and an avid partier. Her greatest joy was her daughter, Khloi. They had many grand adventures together, climbing rock walls, hiking through woods, trips to the sea, color runs, roller skating and museums. Her greatest achievement was losing 130 pounds through diet and hard work at the gym. Though she felt comfortable in her own skin, her goals were to run with Khloi and encourage many by taking monthly pictures of herself and posting them on Facebook. Her greatest love was her husband, Adam. They met and fell in love as teenagers, grew apart, and then reconnected after many years, finding their love again. His sorrow is greater than the salt in the oceans.
Becci passed away June 12, 2017
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