Survivors include: mother, Anna Delores Nicholson, father, Harry C. Galbreath, both of Clarksville; sons; Jonathan Michael-Lee Marshall, L . a .; and DeJuan Terrance Galbreath, Texas; sisters, Glenda Porter-Frasier, Clarksville, and Kiwanis (Albert) Hill, Stockbridge, Ga.; brothers, Anthony Damion (Susan) Nicholson, Clarksville, and Joey (Romona) Howard, Brentwood, TN. Grandmothers, Sadie Hockett Hines, Clarksville, and was proceeded in death by Myrtle Outlaw Galbreath, as well as a host of other relatives and friends.
The Kappa Chi Chapter Sends Its Condolences towards the Group of Brother Victor Moody A web-based guestbook for Brother Moody are found below
MOODY, Victor VICTOR MAURICE MOODY An Atlanta native, Victor was educated during the Atlanta Public Schools. He attended Herndon Elementary, Kennedy Middle and Booker T. Washington High schools. After graduating from high school graduation, he attended the University of Tennessee and majored in Electrical Engineering. He used pursue a career he received there as well as additional training as an apprentice using the city of Atlanta to become a Master Electrician first with all the personal loan companies Atlanta and ultimately opening her own business, Moody’s Light and Power. Victor is survived by two sons, Chicke Moody and Melvin Johnson, His mother, Mrs. Maggie Moody, His sister, Dr. Barbara Lockhart Robinson, his brother Gary Lockhart, nephews, Eric Moody, Richard Moody III and Derrick Moody two Nieces Sonya Moody and Jada Lockhart Williams (Marvon). Funeral services for Victor Moody will probably be held Thursday, October 28, 2010 1 pm in the Cascade Chapel. Rev. Byron Thomas, Senior Pastor, Central United Methodist church will officiate. Visitation this evening from 5 - 9 pm in Murray Brothers Cascade Chapel, 1199 Utoy Springs Rd. SW (Corner of Cascade Rd. He would be a 1983 graduate of Clarksville School and finished The University of Tennessee in 1988 that has a degree in human services. He was captain within the Vols football team from 1984-1987. Galbreath continued to try out professional football to the Miami Dolphins, Packers, and Ny Jets. He <a >http://www.hotravens.com/Ray_Lewis_Jersey_RL179</a> attended Faith Outreach Church, had been a member of Phi Beta Sigma <a >Mason Foster Jersey</a> Fraternity,Inc., and was active with the National Incarcerated Parents and Families Network, a non-profit a non-profit organization that delivers support and education for families of incarcerated parents. He was the offensive line coach for Austin Peay, Tennessee State, and Hampton Universities. In 2007, Galbreath returned on the Vols for an associate in the strength and conditioning program. He was employed with <a >Andy Dalton Jersey</a> CSX Transportation Corp in the time his death.
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