Grace Jean Moore, age 62, of Williston, Florida died at North Florida Regional Medical Center in Gainesville, on September 4, 2021. Grace was born in Tampa, FL on March 16, 1959, to the late Jimmy & Evie (Caine) Morgan. Grace and her husband of 35 years Tom moved to High Springs 28 years ago from Tampa, FL and then moved to Williston 8 years ago from High Springs. Grace is preceded in death by her parents, her brother Leroy Stanly, sister Lisa Wood, and granddaughter Prascilla Morgan. Grace is lovingly survived by her Husband Tom Luther Moore and sister Wilma Gallagher and her twin sister Gail Baker, daughter Sherry Morgan, son Tony Morgan and by her 4 grandchildren: Vanessa Morgan, Johnathan Higgins, Destiny Morgan and Kinsley Morgan, and by her 2 greatgrandchildren, Aubrey Morgan and Mason Taylor. Funeral arrangement and services are under the direction of Forest Meadows Funeral Homes in Gainesville, FL. Grace’s family and friends will gather at the CLF (Christian Life Fellowship) at 19817 W Newberry Road, Newberry, FL 32669 on Friday September 10, 2021, from 11 AM – 1 PM. The funeral service will be held at 1PM, led by Reverend Gary Bracewell. Following the funeral service, the family will move to the Forest Meadows Memorial Park Central Cemetery 4100 NW 39th Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32606 for the Crypt side committal service.
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I can’t begin to tell you how much I loved Grace. She was an angel in my life from taking care of my mom (before my mom passed) to taking care of me. Grace gave so much and never asked for anything in return. We had many good times, laughs, and even cries. She kept me going when I was down or sad. Now, Is the only time, since I met Grace, that I don’t have anyone to comfort me. My only comfort comes in the knowledge that she is out of pain, in peace, and with her Lord, where she truly believed she would be when she left this world. That pure faith inspires me now because when Grace set her mind on something, she would get it done—even seeking and finding Jesus. My sadness is immeasurable, but my memories are forever. The best of memories. And, I am certain that she is now another kind of angel among the holiest of angels. I doubt I could ever achieve that same status, but hope and pray that God’s Grace will allow us to be together again when the time comes since he took her way too soon which is just self-pity for me and others because she was ready and tired of the anguish and pain this world caused her. She is resting in peace and, I hope those who loved her, will hold on to that knowledge when we find ourselves filled with grief and finally sweet forever memories. Sleep well my forever friend and sister.
Very beautiful, Linda and perfectly said. Grace will always be with Charlie and me; we loved her so much.
Grace was my mother in law , and such a warrior. Over the past 6 months, we spent a lot of time together, including pairasailing over the ocean. Grace was strong, independent, and such an inspiration. She will be greatly missed.