Julia A. Moore
October 24, 1962 – January 22, 2019
Preceded in death by parents, Bernard and Nora. Survived by siblings: Bill Moore (Roseann), Teri Moore (Mike Sweeney), Tom Moore (Caryl), Mary Kovar, Shayla Liebentritt (Marty), Susan Clement (Dr. Richard), Patty Heaston (George), Colleen Moore, Lauretta Simon (Matt), and John Moore (Denise); 23 nieces and nephews; 21 grandnieces and grandnephews.
The family will receive friends on Friday, Jan. 25th from 3pm to 6pm at Mary Our Queen Catholic Church, 3405 S. 118th St., followed by ROSARY at 6pm. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Saturday, Jan. 26th at 10am, Mary Our Queen Catholic Church. Interment: Calvary Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials to Mary Our Queen School for the Julie Moore Scholarship Fund.
I offer my condolences in the passing of Julie. She was an excellent teacher who loved and cared very much for her students. She always went the extra mile to help her students learn.and experience success. She will be missed.Be assured of my prayers for Julie, her family and her students. She and her family will also be remembered in the Masses and prayers of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Mt. Carmel in Dubuque, IA
I’m very sorry for the lost of of your special sister, Aunt, and Great Aunt. Julie was a very special person who always made me laugh. I will always remember her smile. Julie at a very special place and no more pain. Love you girl.
May the prayers of many soften your loss of a beautiful Spirit. God’s blessings for your family for peace and strength during this time, With all my love and prayers, Sharon & Steve Flohr
My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family from the Olson family. Julie was Allyson’s favorite teacher for both years at St Thomas More. She was a wonderful person and will be missed greatly.
Moore Family – She was an unbelievable person! Jonny loved her! So sorry for your loss.
My deepest condolences to Julie’s entire family. She was teaching till the very end; more specifically how to fight with such grace. She was a role model any parent would be proud to have teach their child. or coach their daughter. I trust she will still be watching over all of us as our forever guardian angel! #RIPJulie
What a wonderful teacher and coach – that was definitely Julie’s calling. All 3 of our daughters (now adults) had Miss Moore either as a teacher or coach at St Thomas More; our oldest got so lucky to have her twice-once in 2nd grade and then again in 6th grade. She was certainly a beautiful person and a great role model. She will be truly missed. The Storm family sends thoughts and prayers to Miss Moore’s family.
Julie was my 5th grade teacher in 2012-2013. I really enjoyed having her as my teacher. Very honest, direct, and open. She was by far a teacher who had touched my life forever, absolutely a saint, 100%! My deepest sympathies to her entire family. Especially to Caroline, who was in my graduating class, prayers anwarm thoughts to all.
Our love and prayers to the entire Moore Family. Julie was always one to make us laugh at life. We will miss her shining face and smiling eyes. but certainly she will be in our hearts for all time. The Nick Ciummo Family.