Hope Galloway Moore
1971 - 2020
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Hope Galloway Moore

Gulf Breeze - Hope Galloway Moore, 49, went to be with the Lord

unexpectedly in Menifee Ca. on September 6th, 2020. Hope was born August 25th, 1971, to Linda Duckworth and Don Galloway.

Hope was preceded in death by her father, Don Galloway, stepfather Dave Lucas, and sister Donna Galloway. Hope is survived by her husband Thomas R Moore II of 21 years, her four children Brianna, Tommy, Lindsey, Reagan, her mother Linda Lucas, her sister Lisa Galloway, her brother Corey Lucas, stepbrother David Lucas, stepsister Lindy Lucas and

many nieces and nephews.

Hope graduated from Independence High School in Charlotte, earned a bachelor's degree in health and fitness from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and a Massage Therapy License from the Carolina School of Massage Therapy.

Hope opened her own practice and shortly after opened Cary Massage Therapy Center with her Partner Karen Wood. She built Cary Massage into a successful and thriving female owned business. More than 10 years later she sold Cary Massage Therapy Center and she began a new journey with her husband working together to pastor Oak Ridge Church in Goldsboro, NC.

After Pastoring Oak Ridge Church with her husband for over seven years, Hope and her family moved to Gulf Breeze, FL to care for her Stepfather Dave Lucas.

After her stepfather's death in October 2019 Hope returned to Massage Therapy Full Time and loved working at Portofino Island Resort and the Beach Club Resort and Spa, both in Pensacola Beach.

Hope was a successful and well-known massage therapist in both Gulf

Breeze, Fl., and North Carolina. She spent many years in her community

ministering to anyone that crossed her path, pointing them toward Jesus

and his love for them. She was a wonderful daughter and sister, a fantastic mother the four children she gave birth to, and many more that called her mom or second mom, and she was an amazing friend, wife, and lover to her husband.

Most importantly she was a Disciple of Christ who worshiped him with all of her being through painting, Worship dancing, worship flagging, and living out the love of Christ by loving everyone she could around her. She was an active member of Brownsville Assembly of God in Pensacola, FL.

Hope passed away in Menifee, CA while visiting friends and family. During the trip she went hiking up a mountain towards a huge cross and never made it, dying while on her journey to the cross.

Visitation will be at 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at Brownsville Assembly of God, 3100 W Desoto St, Pensacola, FL 32505.

Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, social distancing guidelines will be adhered to and face masks are required.

Celebration of Life service will be at 2 p.m. following the visitation with Rev. Dr. Evon Horton.

Memorials may be made in Hope's honor to KlassKids Foundation or The Hope Moore and Family Assistance Fund online or at Brownsville Church.

Condolences may be expressed to the family at thomasrmoore@gmail.com

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Published in the Pensacola News Journal from Sep. 10 to Sep. 11, 2020.
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September 16, 2020
I will miss Hope’s contagious good cheer and uplifting outreach to so many in our community. Hope regularly shared invitations to visit and support one another as parents of GBHS students. Love lives beyond death and I know that Hope will remain large in the lives of those who were lucky enough to share life with her. Prayers of peace and comfort for all missing this good woman, but prayers of thanksgiving, also, for the life of one of God’s good and faithful servants.
Nancy Beverly
September 12, 2020
Hope was a wonderful spirited person. I meet her in college and we continued to be friends. My heart goes out to her children, husband and mother (Linda). I was deeply saddened when I received the news but I have spent the time reflecting on all the good memories and the kindness she shared. Please know that Hope effected so many people in her life and that she will be truly missed by me and many others.
Josh Gasaway
September 12, 2020
We love y’all and are praying for peace and comfort for each and every one of you. Hope was such a wonderful person and she always showed a Christ-like love to everyone she was around! We will always remember her bright smile that could light up a room!
Randy and Tammi Salkill
September 11, 2020
Hope was an awesome friend, prayer partner and awesome intercessor. We came into each other’s lives at a time when we both needed each other most. She helped me thru a time when I lost a close friend to cancer and yet a couple years later I have to do again what she taught but with losing her. We prayed over so many things. I hated to see her move to Florida but no doubt she was doing what God wanted her to do. The last time we saw each other was when she came for a training in N.C. My youngest had just had a her baby and I surprised her by taking her with me. She was so happy. We had the best time talking and eating!!! Plus spoiling the baby. We spoke often after that day. She was waiting for me to go to Florida for a visit but I never found the time. Oh How I wish I could have. But she always understood. She was an amazing amazing friend. I am so glad God put us together. I will miss her so much but I will do my best to live by her example. Love you Hope!!!
Cheryl Strickland
September 11, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Ruth worrell lee
September 11, 2020
My son told us this week "you know Mrs. Hope was always smiling". She wore a smile and shared the love of Jesus with so many children and youth. I am thankful for the impact you had on my family while you were here. Rest well at the foot of our saviors cross.
Jenifer McLamb
September 11, 2020
Tommy and children, we are heartbroken about Hope, but yet we believe she is joyous in the arms of her sweet Lord Jesus. She is a beautiful person and did very much good on her earthly passage. May God warm and cheer you all, give you strength and special grace. Remembering you all in our prayers.....Love always...Tim and Christy Carter, Zebulon, NC
Tim and Christy Carter
September 11, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Judy Dickerson
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