Date: Monday 6th July 2020
A private family funeral will take place at Accrington Crematorium. The ceremony for Julia is being streamed live and can be watched by logging onto : Website: www.obitus.com Username: Movi4506 Password: 273551
On 25th June 2020 peacefully at her home in Chaigley, Julia, the much loved and loving wife of the late Stuart, great mum and best friend of James and Lotte, adored little sister of Jonny, Phil, Nick and Fi, also a cherished sister-in-law and auntie, and a dear and loyal friend to many.
Julia was first and foremost an inspirational and proud mum, at her happiest in the midst of her family in the home she loved so much. Julia cared deeply for the things she loved in her life. She was lovely company and would think of others before herself. Julia spent many happy hours walking her beloved dog Leo on Longridge Fell and all around Stonyhurst. A long standing member at Roefield Leisure, Julia had many good friends and has been described as the ‘crackling life force’ at the centre of her family and friendships, who liked nothing better than a good old catch up over a coffee or a Prosecco. She will be remembered for her fun-loving sense of humour and sunshine personality, with a huge capacity to love and care for others.
Donations may be made in memory of Julia to Macmillan Cancer Research by clicking on the blue button link at the end of this page.
Please feel free to send a message for Julia’s family. They may wish to read them out at the service and they will be published below the form here.
MESSAGES for the family of Julia Moore
|As a young girl you were always funny joyous and joyful and you grew up to be a beautiful, loving and much loved mum,wife, daughter, sister and friend to many. You have always faced life’s knocks head on with strength courage and dignity whilst never losing sight of the very essence of Ju. Your children, brother and sisters and the rest of us were blessed to be part of your story. you will always have a special place in our hearts, so goodbye dear Ju, until we meet again, may you rest in peace. Sue Robinson.|
|I was privileged to meet Julia in the company if the lovely Phil and Jan. I wish with all my heart I’d known her longer. The Julia I did know was deeply, dryly funny. Straight talking, honest, loyal and most obviously loved her siblings and children fiercely and without judgement! She had the biggest heart and will leave an enormous gap in so many peoples life.. My love and sympathy to all her beloved family. X|
|James and Lotte I am so desperately sorry to hear about Jules’s passing, I can only imagine the grief you are suffering. I only spent but a short time with your mom but loved her so dearly, she really did bring the ray of sunshine into my life. You guys meant the world to her above all else and I know how incredibly proud you made her feel. My thoughts are with you.|
|Julia was a member of Roefield for twenty two years and attended every weekday, and admitted it was her ‘second home’. She was enthusiastic beyond belief and was always keen to better her fitness as well as having some fun in the process. She trained individually in the gym, but it was the classes in which she really excelled and enjoyed, whether it be group training, pilates or spinning. She would brighten any class with her enthusiasm and ‘wit’. She encouraged other members of the class to train hard and enjoy themselves. The instructors benefited as well from her knowledge and enthusiasm. She was not just a highly respected member, but a friend, not only to me, my staff and also the members who knew her. She will be sadly missed. Dave Potts. Manager|
|Christian Isola and Ella Daniels|
|A truly outstanding lady. All thoughts and prayers with you all|
Karenne Wyant and Margaret Smith
|We only knew Julia for a couple of years, but we treasured her friendship. She was like a ray of sunshine. Always happy, upbeat and such a special person. Charlotte and James – you were ‘her world’. We are thinking about you all. God Bless.|
Lucy & all the Houghton family
|Julia will always be remembered in our home as a master storyteller- one who could have everyone in tears of laughter with her delivery, choice of phrase and the hilarious situations she was recounting. I know that over the past few days, this is something Charlotte and I have talked about fondly, and always will. Today we will be taking time to think about you all and remember a lively, wonderful, brave friend. It goes without saying that we will always be here to support you. All our love xxx|
|I have only met Julia so briefly, but she made me feel at ease instantly. She was a lovely lady taken from us far too soon. Rest In Peace.|
|My love to you all, I have cried for the time we will not get. My only hope is that Ju is in the arms of Ma and Pa XXXX|
|Myself and my team at Lulu Browns we’re beyond lucky to receive many, many messages of love, support and humour from Julia. As time passed our chats became more frequent and I came to realise what a caring, support and all round wonderful human she really was. Julia, I will never forget your love and support. Thank you for what you added to my days. To James and Lotte, I can’t tell you how many times she told me how much she adored you both and how proud she was. We are all sending you so much love, today and for the future. Lots of love Helen and all the team at Lulu’s xxxx|
|So sorry for your loss of such an inspirational brave lady my thoughts are with all her family at this sad time..R.I.P. Julia xx|