MOORE, Stacy Burley
September 03, 2014 09:19 PM | 1361 views | 1 1 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Stacy Burley Moore, 54, of Roswell died Friday, August 29, 2014. A Memorial Service will be held 12:00 noon, Saturday at Roswell United Methodist Church in Roswell with Dr. Mike Long and Rev. Nancy Lane officiating. Loving wife of Kent Moore and daughter of Ira Leonard Burley and Martha Burley. Born in Atlanta, Georgia and lived in Cobb County with her family. Stacy graduated from Auburn University. Her highest education was a Master’s Degree in Education. Stacy taught at Garrison Mill Elementary for 17 years and taught at The Howard School for 10 years. Stacy was an active volunteer for Relay for Life and The Alzheimer’s Association. Stacy loved the world; she loved people, kids, pets and the beauty around her. She was always seeking new information and wanted to help others. She truly had a zest for life. Stacy is survived by her husband of 23 years, Kent B. Moore of Roswell; her daughter, Heather Moore of Roswell; her son, Hunter Moore of Roswell; mother, Martha B. Burley of Kennesaw; sister, Suzanne Barbaree of Acworth; several nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Stacy to The Brain Aneurysm Foundation, 269 Hanover St. #3, Hanover, MA 02339. There will be a reception to follow the service at the Church. Mayes Ward-Dobbins Funeral Home in Marietta will be handling the arrangements. (770) 428-1511. www.mayeswarddobbins.com
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September 04, 2014
My condolences to the Moore family. It's hard to see our loved ones go. As humans we will never be ready to let go of a family member or friend. God created us with the desire of living forever. Soon we will be able to enjoy of what Revelations 21:4 has to say. The bible says that we will be able to see our dead loves ones in a near future, he will resurrect those who have died. Read john 5:28,29. It's hard to cope with all of the emotional anguish but it's good to know that we have a hope for the future.
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