Hope Atteberry

Our beloved, beautiful Hope Atteberry, age 65, passed away on September 24, 2021 in Friendswood, Texas. She was a beautiful, strong, God-loving woman who fought her cancer battle with grace and dignity for over 3 years. She always kept a positive attitude as her smile and beauty shined through. She has left the most beautiful footprint on our hearts and will forever be remembered for her love.

Hope was born in Moses Lake, Washington and moved to Baytown-Houston, Texas shortly after. She met her husband, Greg in 1975 on a Brown & Root project in Channelview, and they got married on September 9, 1977.  They raised Jon, Jessica and Jared in Friendswood, Texas, and in 1997 moved to San Antonio, Texas for 13 years. Hope and Greg moved back to Friendswood, for good, in late 2018.

Hope was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, MiMi, and aunt who had a heart of gold, a smile that lit up a room, and the most generous soul who always thought of others. Her heart was full of love for her family and friends, and she made a point to make sure they were happy and loved. She enjoyed giving and helping others as much as she enjoyed anything.

Hope’s pride and joy were her family, and she loved them with her heart and soul. If you ever walked through her house, you saw pictures of happy family gatherings, places they visited, and many memories made through the years. Some of her most cherished times were time spent at Rosemary Beach and Lake LBJ with her family, trips to New York City with her mother, Jessica, and other family members. Hope also loved to go to Las Vegas with Greg and enjoyed the shows, lights, shopping and especially going to Cher concerts.  Hope’s favorite Holiday was Christmas with family and friends, she loved giving to all.

Hope had an incredible love for God.  Her love and faith in God inspired all that knew her. She raised her family to know God, walk alongside of him, and continuously reminded them, through good times and bad, to never give up on Him.

Hope’s talents spilled over in so many areas. She was an amazing home decorator, makeup artist, fashion stylist, and event planner. She enjoyed making jewelry for family and friends. Her jewelry talents were even featured on Good Morning San Antonio.

She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Greg; children: Jon Atteberry and Wife Crystal of Boerne, Tx, Jessica Baker and husband Clint of Friendswood, Tx; sister, Janan Cowles; sister-in-law, Sandra Hall & husband Dean: grandchildren: Cody and Camdyn Atteberry, Dyllan, Hudson, and Jordyn Baker; numerous nephews & nieces, and a host of friends.

Hope is preceded in death by her son Jared Atteberry, granddaughter Addison Hope Baker, mother Marcelle Lippman and Grandmother Beatrice Jones.

A memorial service will be held at Friendswood Friends Church, 502 South Friendswood, Dr., Friendswood, Texas 77546 on Friday, October 01, 2021 at 1:00 p.m.

A private family graveside service will be held at Mission Burial Park North Dominion, 20900 IH 10 West in San Antonio, Texas 78257.


  1. Hope was a sweet and wonderful woman. She will be greatly missed

    Gary Atchley
  2. My deepest condolences to Greg, Jessica, Jon and the extended family. Hope was a beautiful, charming and gracious lady. May the comfort and strength of Our Lord be with you.
    In God’s Grace and Love,

    Kitten Brizendine
  3. Will never forget looking up to you when we were little. I aspired to be like my cool, older cousin Hope. This is a great loss to us, but a wonderful celebration in heaven with Jared & Aunt Marcy. Rest in peace cousin, see you there😘

    Lori S. Adams
  4. Sorry to learn of Hope’s passing. The family is in my prayers.

    dan pratt
  5. So sorry for your loss Greg. You and your family are in our prayers.

    Tommy & Janet Smith
    • Missing her everyday

  6. So sorry for your loss Greg. You and your family are in our prayers.

    Tommy & Janet Smith
  7. Hope was such a beautiful, caring person. We will miss that wonderful smile. She was such a positive influence on everyone she touched!

    Lisa Mayo
  8. I remember her as a very kind and compassionate lady. The first time I met her she treated me as if were were long time friends. Her love for God shows thru her family.

    Bill Cloyd
  9. The Lambs, Dan, Carolyn, Cindy, Dana and Darrel, are truly saddened by this news! We are praying for this family as you ALL get through this and deal with the void of your sweet, precious Hope being gone. We love you all dearly.

    Cindy Poole
  10. An Incredible woman with a heart of gold. Be at peace my angel friend. Love you muchly

    London F.
  11. Hope was not only beautiful, but she was tons of fun too! She did indeed love her family. Prayers to all of the Atteberrys and their extended family. Love and prayers to all.

    Jeff and Susie Smith
  12. Hope was a fun and sweet person, our condolences go out to family and close friends. Prayers lifted in this time of grief.

    Warren and Marianne Adamson
  13. Hope made a huge impact on me – she loved her family so deeply! I remember wanting to be the kind of mother & wife she was! She was beautiful inside and out. She made everyone around her feel special. She will be greatly missed.

    Tracy Biediger
  14. My deepest condolences to Greg,her children, and her grandchildren . Hope was truly a beautiful lady whom I had the pleasure to know. She will be greatly missed!
    May God’s love and grace comfort the family.

    Susan Schultze
  15. Hope was like an Angel to me during a rough time of my life, she took me under her wing & nurtured me through it. That’s just Hope, it’s her nature. We will miss her heart so much. Our sincerest condolences go out to Greg, Jon & Crystal, Jessica & Clint, Jan & your families. Love the Atteberry’s

    Mike & Kara LeBlanc
  16. I am so deeply saddened by the loss of your Mom, Wife, & Grandma! Praying that God will give all of you the peace that only He can give! My most sincere condolences!

    MaryAnn Rojas
  17. Hello Greg. With deepest sympathy I pray to God to hold you and your family always…let no weapon form against you, emotionally, mentally or physical in Jesus name Amen! I always looked forward to seeing you both. Please know I will always keep you and your family lifted in prayer.
    This is Fayleta…front desk MD Anderson League City.

    Fayleta Perkins

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