- 74 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 6, 1941
- Place of birth:
Sibley, Iowa, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 15, 2016
- Place of passing:
Dayton, Ohio, United States
|God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Psalm 46-1 Glenda's prayer was for her precious loved ones to earnestly seek the Lord ❤️|
Close family members will hold a brief ceremony to lovingly place and honor Glenda's ashes.
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Glenda Ruth Emery
Grandma Glenda, Grandmother
Stories, memories, photos, well wishes and prayers would a blessing to us all as we celebrate the life of a self-less woman who lived her life for others.
OBITUARY Written by Earl Emery
Glenda Ruth Den Beste Emery of 1845 Dunseth Lane Springfield Ohio, died April 15, 2016, at Hospice of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio.
Glenda was 74 years old. She was born to her parents Henry and Margaret Den Beste, in Sibley, Iowa. Glenda has two brothers, Harlan (Margaret) Den Beste of Perry, Iowa and John (Julie) Den Beste of Grand Island, NY. Glenda has one sister Delores (Richard) Dick of Ithaca, NY.
Glenda spent her school years in Sibley, Iowa, graduating high school in 1959. Glenda was an outstanding student, participating in many activities, was in the National Honor Society and played the bassoon in the school orchestra. During her fifth grade year she was bedridden by Rheumatic Fever, participating in school by way of a telephone connection.
In the fall of 1959 Glenda enrolled at the University of Iowa pursuing a course of study in Speech Pathology. After 3 years she left to marry her husband of 53 years Earl Emery. She then followed Earl as he moved in a business career finally moving to Yellow Springs, OH in 1976.
In 1983 Glenda graduated from Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio, with a degree as a Licensed Social Worker with an emphasis on counseling. She pursued her career first at the Clark County Juvenile Court and later as a licensed chemical dependency professional. Later in her career she became a mental health counselor where she accomplished what she recalls as her most meaningful work for 10 years at the Clark County Jail providing assistance to jail inmates.,
Glenda is survived by her husband Earl Emery with whom she had two children, Jason and Melissa and nine grandchildren. In addition Glenda and Earl have two sons (Tony and Jeff) and a daughter (Carla) from Earl’s first marriage. These blended families provide an additional nine grandchildren. Carla and her husband Matt Blair have played a major role in Glenda’s life.
In September 1994, Glenda along with her husband took custody of four grandchildren, Amanda (9) Janelle (4) Ian (3) and Adrian (14mos) and have raised them to adulthood. This has produced 2 great grandsons Zayden and Morrison Earl. Being “Grammie” was one of the great joys of Glenda’s life especially with Zayden. She was just getting acquainted with Morrison Earl.
To all her recovering friends she wishes the prayer of Serenity and to everyone, especially her family, Christ’s blessings as she departs this life to be with the Lord.
And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.
"My heart is breaking for Tuff and his family. The Glenda I knew was loving, generous of herself, determined, spiritual and selfless. She will be remembered with only loving thoughts. Rest with your God, Glenda."
"Aunt Glenda, you have always been a special influence on my life. I know we have not been as close as I wanted but you inspired me and so many others around you. I am now taking Social work classes with a Dual major in Substance abuse and MH Counseling. I feel more drive and compassion then I ever did before. Thank you for all you did for everyone!!! You will never be forgotten. We love you!"
"Love You and Miss You My Dear Sister!!!!"
"I miss my mom."
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