Hope L. Simpson, age 47, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, July 21, 2019 at home. She was born on January 6, 1972 in Lebanon, PA. She married her best friend and her only true love, Robert E. Simpson, II. on June 20, 1992 in Monroe, GA. Together they had two children, Jonathan R. Simpson of Columbus, OH & Rachel H. Simpson of Lawrenceville, GA. She is also survived by; sister, Mrs. Lorraine (Richard) Castranio of Mechanicsburg, PA.; Several nieces & nephews; mother of PA; brother of TX. Hope loved the parable of the lost sheep found in Matthew 18:12-14 and Luke 15:3-7. It touched her heart knowing she too was once lost and that by God’s grace she was found. A Funeral Services will be held at 10:00AM on Thursday, July 25, 2019 at Wages & Sons Funeral Home, with an hour visitation prior to the service. Interment will follow at 1:00PM at Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA. Arrangements by Wages & Sons Funeral Home, 1031 Lawrenceville Highway Lawrenceville, GA 30046. (770)277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. Hope was the greatest and best friend I could have. She may have left this world but she made an impression on my heart and she will be forever remembered.

  2. Hope was a very special friend. She was wise beyond her years. Hope was loved by everyone that was lucky enough to know her…I love you Hope Simpson…you will always be in my heart❤❤❤

  3. Hope was a special friend, , will miss our talks and texting. You are in God hands now , another Angel in heaven!🙏❤️
    ,till I see you again. You have been wonderful friend . Love you, Hope

  4. I was every lucky to have Hope as a friend, she was funny,smart,Loving, you couldn’t help but to love Hope she was that kind of special person. She will always be remembered and missed. Love you girl!
    Lynn Mobley

  5. Robert and Family,
    I am so deeply saddened for your tremendous loss. I pray you all find peace in your hearts during this difficult time. I did not know Hope, but her name is a reminder that there is hope in this life and hereafter. May you remain hopeful.
    Sincerely,
    Chuck Mavrogeorge – Allbridge

  6. Hope was one of my best friends in high school,and we have thankfully been keeping in touch.
    Hope taught me a lot about faith,staying positive,and ALWAYS accepted me as I am.
    I will miss chatting with her.I am blessed to have known her.
    I will never forget Hope.

  7. Hope, I only knew you a short time but felt so comfortable around you as if I knew you always. What a gift! I will miss your sense of humor, But the main thing, is that a person who led a life of faith will continue to win souls even after they are no longer here. Your testimony will follow you and some day, in heaven, you will meet all the people that you impacted. Save me a seat sweet girl! I’m already feeling like I have a hole in my heart! I love you!

  8. My dear childhood friend. You will be so missed. Even though we have seen each other in person in many years, I will cherish our communication on Facebook . You always had a twinkle in your eye and a beautiful smile.
    Rip in peace. Until we meet again. ❤️

  9. Worked with Hope years ago in Pa. Such a loving, fun, bubbly, and strong willed young woman. Gone way too soon. Another of God’s Angels. May you rest in peace.

  10. We thought of Hope like family, she was so kind and while caring for our daddy Bill. She always showed interest in my children’s lives an what all they had going on and always greeted them with a smile. Such a fine example of a gentle lady.

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