OBITUARY

Glenda Maxwell

December 27, 1954November 8, 2020

Graveside services for Glenda Maxwell of Anniston, 65, will be Tuesday November 10, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. at Edgemont Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm, at Chapel Hill Funeral Home. Rev. Leroy Brown will be officiating. Glenda is survived by her sister, Sherry Landers; brothers, Billy Mosley (Sharon), and Raymond Pledger (Teresa), David Pledger; nieces and nephews, Sean Echipare, Michael Landers, Amanda Robinson, Alyson Reeves, Raylee Hattok, and Conlynn Hattok and several nieces and nephews

Glenda was preceded in death by her father R.C. Pledger; mother and stepfather, Doris and Ralph Mosley; grandparents, Annie Mae and Frank Yarbrough and Flossie and Clarence Pledger.

Glenda loved the Lord and she loved her family. She was big sister and mother to her family. She had a kind word for everyone that knew her and she will be greatly missed by those that loved her.

As a reminder, all people attending services are required to wear facemasks and social distance.

Condolences may be sent to Chapelhillfh.com

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Sean Echipare

November 10, 2020

Everytime Aunt Glenda comes by the house, she'll go in my room and catches me playing with my computer, she'll lay down on my bed and asks me to play a racing game and she'll watch and eventually fall asleep. I remember her going with us on our trips and relax and have fun. I will surely miss those salmon patties you used to make me, they were very good. Aunt Glenda, I love you and I will miss you, you're in a better place now. RIP Aunt Glenda

Gina Benzel

November 10, 2020

I met Ms. Max at work. Every morning she worked, she'd greet me with kind words, I d give her a Jack's Biscuit, she'd help me get on the elevator and to my destination. Being new I appreciated her kindness and love! Ms. Max will be greatly missed 💖!!!

Sharon Mosley

November 9, 2020

The first time I met her I think she's so cute, short human being with a very deep voice. She missed a lot of our short trips, malling and shopping because she works (so hard) all the time. I really like her when she got her hair and nails done and will ask me if 'I LIKE IT?'. She's always reading her bible and a very God fearing person. Always smiling , very positive and very appreciative. I thank God for his perfect timing of letting us spend more time with you mama Glenda. I am so proud that we were given a chance to be with you on the last days of your life and even happier knowing that you are glad being with us. I will never ever forget you, You're more than a sister to me... Thanks for all the good memories, it was a privileged being a part of your journey, You will always be remembered and will always be in our heart. I LOVE YOU

Billy Mosley

November 9, 2020

My sister is one of the kindest and sweetest BIG sister id ever had. Even in the worst time and horrible day you can still count on her. You'll never see her aggravated nor heard her saying harsh words. She's not capable of hurting other people. She's a very God fearing person always have kind words that will uplift each one's souls. If the world had people like MY SISTER in it, it would be a lot better place. Glenda I LOVE YOU and miss you so much. Your little brother...BILLY

Jonathon Horton

November 9, 2020

Ms. Mac will be greatly missed. She was a true Servant and is for sure Heaven’s Gain!

Kaitlyn Mason

November 9, 2020

Such a kind and generous woman. I can’t believe I only had the pleasure of knowing her for two years. She never had a cross word to say. Even on the worst day she’d walk out of work with a smile wishing each one of us well. Work just won’t be the same with out her.

Daniel Stollings

November 9, 2020

One thing is for sure, there was never a dull moment around Ms. Mac, she was such a wonderful outgoing person. I knew Ms. Mac from my time working at the Etowah County Detention Center. Ms. Mac, Thank you for the laughs and conversations, You may be gone but you will never be forgotten. RIP Ms. Mac you will be missed

Ladale Lankford

November 9, 2020

This world needs more Glenda Maxwells in it.
I had the honor of working with Ms. Mac for almost thirteen years. She always had a kind word for everyone. She bent over backwards trying to keep both the inmates and detainees happy with their food.
RIP Ms. Mac you will be missed by all.

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