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Glynna Ann Black

November 18, 1937 — February 19, 2024

Kemp

Glynna Ann Black

Glynna Ann Black, a beloved homemaker and housewife, passed away peacefully at her home in Kemp, Texas. She was born in Gilmer, Texas on November 18th, 1937.  Glynna dedicated her life to caring for her family and friends, considering it her proudest accomplishment.

Throughout her journey, Glynna exemplified strength, kindness, and unwavering love towards those around her. Her nurturing spirit and selfless devotion were felt by all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Glynna's legacy as a loving wife and mother serves as a testament to her commitment to her family and the love surrounding her. Her warm presence and comforting nature created a welcoming environment for all who crossed her path.

In the hearts of her loved ones, Glynna's memory will forever be cherished as a beacon of light and compassion. Though she may have departed from this world, the impact of her love will continue to inspire and uplift those who were fortunate enough to have been touched by her grace.

Glynna is survived by her Husband, Richard Black; Daughter, Angela and Kip Marcellus; Daughter, Paula Black; The many foster children they cared for; Grandchild, Valerie and Chris Smith; Grandchild, Todd and Ashton Marcellus; Grandchild, Tabitha and Austin McCormack; Grandchild, John Tijerina; Grandchild, Shyanne Tijerina; and 10 Great-Grandchildren. 

Glynna is preceded in death by her Son, Richie Black. 

In honoring Glynna Ann Black's life, we find solace in the beautiful moments shared, the lives she touched, and the love she so generously gave. May she rest in eternal peace knowing that she was deeply loved and will be dearly missed.

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