Glenda Miller
England


May 2, 1952 - March 19, 2021

Glenda Kay Miller England, age 68, of Florence, passed away on Friday, March 19, 2021 at North Alabama Medical Center. She is preceded in death by her parents, Donald Glen and Alice Miller and daughter, Alicia Jo England.

Survivors include her former husband, Rick England; children, Tiffany Marler (Greg) and Ricky T. England (Camellia); siblings, Donald G. Miller, Tracy Miller, and Mary Jolly; three precious grandchildren, Kelsey, Bailey and Layla.

Glenda was born in Athens and served in the Army. She was retired from the YMCA where she taught water aerobics and then worked as a care giver. She looked forward to walking every day and also enjoyed swimming. Most important to Glenda was her family, she loved her family with all her heart.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 3, at Williams Funeral Home at 1:00 pm in the chapel. Visitation will be from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in the chapel.

You may leave condolences at wfunerals.com



Visitation

April 3, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Spry Williams Funeral Home

Visitation

Spry Williams Funeral Home, Helton Drive, Florence, AL, USA

April 3, 2021 12:00 pm

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Memorial Service

April 3, 2021
1:00 pm

Spry Williams Funeral Home

Memorial Service

Spry Williams Funeral Home, Helton Drive, Florence, AL, USA

April 3, 2021 1:00 pm

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10 Comments on “Glenda Miller England”

  1. Glenda’s smile and kind spirit will be greatly missed, and our prayers are with the family in the coming days.
    (Psalms 48:14) For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death.

  2. Glenda was such a sweet and caring lady. I was in her water aerobics for many years. Her smile was contagious! Thoughts and prayers to her family and friends. She will be missed.

  3. I was in Glenda’s water aerobics for many years. She was always friendly to everyone, worked hard helping others that were sick. Prayers for her family and friends. Heaven has gained an angel. Mary Matychowiak

  4. Honor Respect Gratitude πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
    United States Army Veteran
    Cousin Glenda will always have a very, special place in my heart. We joined the Army together. Though many miles and years kept us apart, we kept in touch. God bless family and friends with comfort and peace. Psalm 23

  5. Dear Ricky, Camellia, Layla (and family),

    We were very saddened to see that your Mom (and Grandma) has passed away. We are praying for you that Jehovah God will comfort you and give you strength during this very, very difficult time.
    We hope that the comforting words of John 11:25 will help you all to get through this. Jesus said, β€œI am the resurrection and the life. The one who exercises faith in me, even though he dies, will come to life;” We are getting closer and closer to that time with each passing day.

    Much love,
    Bart and Piroschka Jackson

  6. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Rick, Tiffany, Ricky, the Miller family and the England family. Glenda married my cousin Rick and became part of our family about 40 years ago. She was the sweetest, most kind and caring person you will ever meet. We are all feeling the loss of this sweet lady who touched our hearts so deeply. You will never be forgotten.

    All our love,

    Dave & Debbie (England) Cobb

  7. I am remembering Glenda in the fondest way. My ragdoll cat, Leo, and I, thank her for bringing us together following the passing of my daddy in September 2013. Glenda had the sweetest spirit. Sending prayers to Donnie, Mary, and Tracy and all the family.

  8. Ricky Tory England my brother I’m soooo sorry. For ur loss call me if u need anything 256 443 8789

  9. Dear Ricky and Tiffany,
    Our hearts are broken knowing of your loss. The love of a mother is so very special; and Glenda was an especially good one. She loved you both so much and your families. You all were absolutely precious to her and she was so proud of you. We will always remember her sweet smile and kind disposition. We are so grateful to have had her touch our lives. We know that your pain is deep and have confidence that Jehovah God holds you and your families close to his heart. Jehovah sees every tear you wipe away and safely collects and stores them away (Psalm 56:8). Each tear drop is precious to him and he promises to remember your pain and make it up to you. He knows that very soon he will bring a change to this world. He will then take all those tears we shed along the way and replace them with everlasting blessings (Revelation 21:3,4). That is his promise to you. Until that time comes when he fulfills that promise and we can see Glenda again; please know our hearts and prayers are with you and your families.
    Much love,
    Dale & Cathy

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