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August 9
Troy Moody, 1957-2021

There’s a void in the service bays of Liberty Coach of Florida this morning, one that extends into the hearts of countless co-workers, coach owners, and Liberty family members. Troy Moody was a fixture in Stuart since we opened the doors in 2001, where he earned a reputation as one of the best Prevost service professionals in the business and a truly beloved member of the Liberty Coach team.

Below is a small sampling of the outpouring of messages we’ve received since word of his passing arrived last Thursday. Clearly, Troy will be missed by one and all.

We are heartbroken and saddened with the news of Troy’s passing. He was a small, soft-spoken guy but we lost a giant today! His dedication to Liberty and his customers is unmatched. I will truly miss him as a helping hand, and especially his dry wit and one-liner replies. Please extend our condolences to Lesa as wish we were there in person to hug her and express our sorrow.
    – Brady Como

A few hours ago, Charlene and I learned the sad news of Troy’s passing.To say we are saddened at this news is an understatement. Although we only had the pleasure to get to know Troy in the last three years, we benefited greatly from his vast knowledge and experience. Troy always treated us with the utmost respect and patience, despite our lack of knowledge and experience. We will miss him terribly.
    – Steve & Charlene Pierce

Best in the business! Troy was always with you when wherever you travelled – I can’t count the times my trip would have been wrecked without him. His knowledge of my buses was amazing. He will be missed!!
    – Gale Holsman

I met Troy 15 years ago when I bought my coach from Liberty – such a nice guy with tremendous knowledge of Liberty Coaches. He was my go-to guy whenever I could not figure something out, and members on POG would always refer questions to Troy whenever a Liberty owner had a problem.
    – Gary R. Deinhard

This is heartbreaking. Troy was a true lifesaver for all of us, the ONLY person you wanted to talk to when you had a mechanical problem. In Wyoming. At 2:00 a.m. Why? Because you knew… you KNEW …he’d figure it out. No fanfare. No bravado. Just the answer. Every time. He was an asset to all he served. Our heartfelt sympathy to those closest to this wonderful man.
    – Laurie McCain

We are heartbroken. Troy was always a great boss and I loved working for him. We are praying for Lesa and his family.
    – Dustin & Madison Ortiz

Memorial services for Troy will take place Tuesday, August 10th at Forest Hills Chapel, 2001 SW Murphy Road in Palm City, Florida; visitation begins at 11:00am, followed immediately by the funeral service at 1:00pm. For more information, visit Forest Hills Memorial Park & Palm City Chapel.

Also, a group of Troy’s friends and loyal customers have created a GoFundMe page to help Lesa and the family get through this trying time, if you’d like to contribute.