Jo Galloway

Profile Updated: November 25, 2019
Jo Galloway
Residing In: Asheville, NC USA
Spouse/Partner: not any more as of 2017
Occupation: Retired Social Worker
Children: none
Military Service: USN  
Yes! Attending Reunion

Traveled- within the USA quite a bit and lived in Europe and the Middle East-
Israel, Egypt, Austria, Italy, etc…
Settled in the Southern States for the warmth, and have retired as a Social Worker in Asheville, NC.
Finishing the work scene as an investigator of child abuse/neglect.
Though never having children of my own, my work history included working with children in various capacities.
As of 2019 I remain in Asheville,NC. I love the mountains here, my interest in metaphysics finds other like souls. All wanting a better world for others, and a safe loving community where peace is at the heart of their lives. Nature is trying to awaken hearts as well. May anyone reading this find peace this day and know that you are not alone, you are loved.

School Story:

Starting school in '69 at MSC, I went into the USN after one quarter and found out that the military was not my thing. I received an honorable discharge in '70 and decided to return to MSC.
I went to college of and on, enjoying many traveling adventures in between.
After graduating from MSC, I moved to Beaufort, SC and worked a few years in Social Services. The ocean called me and I moved to Wilmington, NC continuing in SS. the traveling bug hit and off to the Middle East and Europe for three years. My home is the Mountains of the Blue Ridge…. I completed a doctorate in Metaphysics and find that Asheville, NC is a fabulous place to live and continue the learning process for a retired traveler/sojourner.

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Nov 25, 2019 at 3:20 PM
Jo Galloway has left an In Memory comment for Deborah Lindberg.
Mar 26, 2018 at 7:33 PM


Deborah... you were a good friend, generous of heart.  I hope you have peace and joy now, and lots of laughter.     You were ahead of your time.... we went to the March on Washington to protest the Vietnam War in 1971.  Now the little ones are protesting for peace and safety in their schools.  What a journey.... love, Jo Galloway



Mar 18, 2016 at 12:33 PM