Visitation at Main Service
I was so sorry to hear of Gloria's passing. We are really sorry that we are not able to make it to her service. Please know that we are there in spirit. I hope you find peace in the thought that she is with Aunt Betty and Uncle Delos, Reva, and my mom in heaven playing cards in Aunt Betty's kitchen, having coffee, talking about soap operas. I will miss her smile and her laugh. She was a special person. Love always, Kelly
I worked with Gloria when I was Treasurer of So Tier Central and we had a great time. Competent and a friend. God Bless Gloria and her family.
Karen, Dawn and family. We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
I am so sad to hear of Gloria's passing. My office was near hers at Southern Tier Central and I couldn't thank Gloria enough for her steady hand as she helped me prepare budgets and write financial reports through the many years that we worked together. She was such a bright spirit in the office; even-tempered and always smiling. I hope she enjoyed her retirement years, ended too soon. Many prayers and much love to you, her family.
Karen, Michelle, and Jim~ So sorry to learn of your Mom's passing. I had known her since high school, but didn't see her often. She was a busy, civic-minded lady, but she was also a great Mom to you "kids"! Sending hugs and prayers to help you through.
RIP with no more pain, my dear friemd, Glo. A wonderful co-worker and forever friend....you will be so missed. Look down on me and guide me thru life as a guardian angel....know you will always be with Susan and me when we meet for lunch, your spirit will always be present. Love you, Sweet Glo
Gloria and I became friends in 1958 when I became a part of the Graduating Odessa Class of 1960. She was a unique and caring person. If you were her friend, you remained just that, no matter what...time, distance, a difficult time you both might be having...you were her friend! After high school, we went separate ways. After two years past, our paths crossed again. We both ended in Rochester after graduating. She needed a roommate. We shared an apartment together for nearly three years. This made us even closer as friends...actually like sisters. Then life took us different directions. It was just three/four years ago that we found each other on FB. Every year I revisited upstate NY at my sisters. Gloria and I would be certain get together...she loved Jerlando's in Watkins. We'd make certain to go there, enjoying their garlic knots!
Well, my precious and dear friend...RIP!!! I know you are in good health now and flying high with the other angels...see you again soon!