Gladys Speth

January 25, 1931November 5, 2019

Gladys Speth is a member of the 1st Church of Nazarene in Bradenton; she loved scrabble, cards, and attending plays. After graduating high school, Gladys worked for the Veterans Affairs Office for over twenty years.

She is survived by four children, Warren Lee Rench (Sharon), Debre Rench Spire (Kevin), H. Wayne Rench (Terry), Bonnie Rench Horne (Russell). 7 Grandchildren and 17 Greatgrandchildren and one Great-Greatgrandchild.

Gladys is preceded in death by her husband, Warren Rench, and husband, Delwyn Speth.

She will always be remembered for her grateful, thoughtful, and compassionate heart.

Instead of flowers, please send donations to Tidwell Hospice.


  • Visitation Saturday, November 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, November 9, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, November 9, 2019


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Warren Rench, Jr.

November 10, 2019

Being from an armed service family , United States Navy, we traveled a lot. Our Dad would be gone as much as 6 months out of the year. Our Mom was the rock of the family. If discipline was needed, mom dealt it. Mom always taught us to respect others. Going to church was mandatory in our family, and God was part of our household. Being the oldest, and quite frankly #1 , which to this day she would never admit it. (Lol) Mom , I know you are flying with the angels with no pain! Save a place for me. I love you to heaven and back.

Tiffany Snell

November 9, 2019

Gladys was such a sweet gentle soul. I so enjoyed her visits with Warren when I was a kid. I loved when they came on their bike! Bless you Gladys, may you rest and rejoice in the happiest of piece. ♥️

Harry VanWhy

November 9, 2019

Gladys Rench Speth has been my dear friend for 39 years. She was one of my first clients when I began my accounting & tax preparation business in Bradenton, FL. Over the years I have known her to be a loving, kind, compassionate human being. If we could all be more like her, this world would be a better place. I am sure she is resting in the loving arms of her Lord and savior, Jesus Christ! She shared with me her faith in Christ many times over the years. I look forward to one day seeing her again in heaven! I am envisioning her dancing with her Lord and her loved ones that have gone to heaven before her! I love you Gladys Rench Speth! Give Warren a big ole hug from me!

Amy Brady

November 8, 2019

I love you GG and every minute we had together. I miss you and your sweet face! What will I do without you. I will rejoice knowing you are in a better place. You were the best and I can't wait to see you again.

Rhonda ramirez

November 8, 2019

Sweet & Loving person. Beautiful soul.