Condolences for Priscilla Jennifer Galbraith Moore

Harry Vann posted on 3/22/21

Tom, Lisa, and Lynn, Condolences and sympathies in the passing of your Mom. She was a hard-working lady, like you Dad, and did some great reporting for the area in the newspaper. I will always remember your parents so faithful in helping getting Little League going in Murfreesboro and supporting the youth athletic programs in Murfreesboro and being there for all of us. I know it was not always easy. Prayers for you all and the family members. I regret not being able to see you all in Murfreesboro, living in Vermont and also having my wife's 97-year old mother with us during pandemic.

 

Phil and Pam Neave posted on 3/19/21

Lisa, Tom,and Lynn, know that you are not alone in your loss. Some of my favorite summer memories growing up was when the Moore family came to visit us on July 4th!! Your Daddy would raise up in a beautiful song, usually a hymn if I remember correctly. I cherish those memories of days gone by. I saw Tom several years ago when he stopped by Suffolk Inrternational Truck on business of some sort, had a good chat with him. I regret that we won't be coming to the visitation or memorial service on account of the Covid-19 mess. Your Mama was a special lady. God be with you all in the days ahead. Sincerely, Phil and Pam Neave

 

Debbie Cobb, Murfreesboro nc posted on 3/19/21

I remember meeting Jennifer the first time during one of the first watermelon festivals and she was always such a sweet and kind person to know. I am so sorry for your loss.

 

Booker Daniel posted on 3/19/21

Jennifer was such a kind and generous person, with her time and many talents. She will be greatly missed. Prayers of comfort for family and friends.

 

Melissa Neave Darden. posted on 3/19/21

Tom, Lisa & Lynn my heart is so sad for you guys. Such a sweet, smart, funny and gracious lady she was. Not a July 4th goes by that at least one of us brings up memories of The Moores. We love you and pray for strength to get you through this loss.

 

Steve & Barbara Jenkins posted on 3/18/21

Jennifer lived her life to the fullest and was an inspiration to those who knew her. Our Deepest sympathy to the family.

 

Edward Lucas Jr. posted on 3/18/21

A woman of great strength, independence, and intelligence, never slowing down in life, one of a kind, you will be missed!

 

 

Karen Lucas posted on 3/18/21

We will miss you Grandmama.