In Memory

Glenda Jean DeCarlo

Glenda Jean DeCarlo

go to bottom 
  Post Comment

04/08/10 09:46 PM #1    

Sue Speir

What a sweet girl. Does anyone know how she passed away or when?

04/14/10 09:49 PM #2    

Susan Elizabeth Pearce (McCann)

She died in an auto wreak...soon after our 20th school reunion. She was good friends with Helen Habernal and Diann Jackson. She was a wonderful lady.

01/01/11 11:49 PM #3    

Helen Ann Habernal (Berger)

Susan, it is hard to beleive that it has been so long! I will never forget when Diann called to tell me the awful news! We had just seen her not too long  before that for lunch, do you remember?  Her arm was in a sling from an accident. I was sad that she wasn't going to go to the reunion, but I understood because it was because of her arm.  She left 2 beautiful children.  Her funeral was very touching . I remember that they laid her to rest in Tomball in a beautiful cemetary.

I loved her parents so much-such wonderful people. Iris ( her Mom) passed away recently and I am sure that there was a glorious reunion in heaven.  God bless her. I spent many a weekend at her house- we had such good times together.  We used to hang out with Mike Cummings- who was little and short back then.  At her funeral,  I was so moved by the sight of a tall, handsome police officer who had come to pay his respects- it was MIKE CUMMINGS!

I will forever remember Glenda's laugh.  Her Mom had a special laugh, too.

God bless them both!


Helen Berger

05/02/12 06:03 PM #4    

Richard David (Rickey) Bownds

I took Glenda to the prom. She was one of the classiest women I've ever known to this day and at my age. No joke. Anybody that new her would tell you how much she had it together. When I dated her I was definitely dating out of my league. She was never ashamed of her love of her faith, friends, or family. One thing I'll always remember she told me one of her all time favorite songs was Bob Dylan's "Just like a woman". What a loss to the world.  I would feel very blessed if I had daughters to grow up to be like her. Rest in peace Glenda. 

go to top 
  Post Comment