OBITUARY

Mary Maurine Glass

March 14, 1942April 4, 2014

Graveside service for Mary Maurine “Muffet” Glass, 72 of Anniston will be Wednesday at 11:00 at Edgemont Cemetery with Dr. Billy Harris officiating. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 9:30 until 10:45 at Gray Brown Service Mortuary. Survivors include her sister, Beth Glass Trotman, of Decatur, Ga.; brother-in-law, Thomas S. Campbell, of Decatur, Ga. and a number of cousins. Ms. Glass is preceded in death by her parents Millard William Glass and Mary Maurine Potter. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Ms. Glass was a native of Anniston, Al. and a longtime resident of Anniston. She was a graduate of Judson College. She served for several years as a youth director in churches in Anniston and in Enterprise, Al. and at Eastern Kentucky State University. Later, back in Anniston, she worked at Disciple’s Book Store in Saks; at a health services company and in food service. Ms. Glass was a member of Parker Memorial Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Calhoun County Humane Society or Parker Memorial Baptist Church. Arrangements under the direction of Gray Brown-Service Mortuary & Crematory, Anniston, Alabama.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, April 9, 2014
  • Graveside Service Wednesday, April 9, 2014
REMEMBERING

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Linda Byrne (Swango)

May 17, 2014

I had often thought of "Muffet" through the years. I met her through the Wesley Foundation at Eastern Kentucky University back in 1970/1971. Very sweet individual. I couldn't remember her last name until I saw the word glass and it reminded me that her last name was Glass. My heart goes out to her family and friends. Remember going on retreat with her through the Wesley Foundation. You will be missed! Linda Byrne (Ball/Swango)

April 28, 2014

I knew Muffet since we were children on East Tenth Street. We grew up and went our separate ways, but whenever we visited Mother, I would always see her. When Mother moved from East Tenth Street after a critical illness, Muffet and I grew very close, visiting often while I was in Anniston that summer. She helped me grow in my faith, and when I was down, she always, always pointed me back to the Resurrection of Jesus. She was always an encourager, and she was so faithful in intercession. We spoke on the phone often about things of faith, up until a few weeks before her death, and she never failed me to lead me closer to my walk with Jesus. I miss her, and often pick up the phone to call her. I am happy that she is now in the Presence of the One She Loved--Jesus! As she entered, I know that He said, "Well, done, good and faithful servant."! She showed me more of Jesus in the short time that we connected as adults, than some have in years of knowing them. I smile to think that she is now at rest in Him.

April 9, 2014

Muffet was a wonderful person who I had the privledge of working with at one time. She loved her God and loved her pets. Although I only seen her occasionaly through the last few years she always asked me about my girls and my grandchildren. Will miss her. Pinky

Donna Fathke

April 9, 2014

I met Muffet through her love of animals. She was always taking in stray kitties. I took one little tortie kitten from her and fostered her until we found her a home. This was one very awesome and loveable kitten - just like Muffet - so of course, we named her Little Miss Muffet. Muffet's spirit lives on through her love of God's creatures.

Dixie Gibson (Brunson)

April 9, 2014

Graduated Anniston High School with Mary(Muffet), and I remember her as a very sweet person.

Debby Adams Milledge

April 8, 2014

Muffet was so special to me as a Youth Minister at Parker and as a friend to my mother Anne Adams. Her strong faith was reflected in the life she led...kind, encouraging, giving, and funny! May she rest in peace.

Tom Campbell

April 8, 2014

We'll miss Muffet's smile and her generous spirit.

FROM THE FAMILY