Clearine K. Gleason

June 3, 1927August 3, 2018

Clearine K. Gleason entered into eternal life on August 3, 2018. Born in Virginia on June 3, 1927 to C.T. and Mary Frances Kyger. She graduated from VA. R.N. school of Nursing and had R.N. Licenses from every state she has lived (OH VA MD KY IND NM and FL). She met her husband while in nurses’ training and they were married in 1949. She worked for TWA @ Kennedy Space Center for 3 yrs. and was selected to be charge R.N. for Medical Emergency V.I. P. site for the first man walk on the moon July 16, 1969. She enjoyed 17 yrs. with Circles of Care, retiring in 1994 as Utilization Review, R.N. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother. She loved her family passionately and put them first while enjoying her travels, friends and busy life. She was very active socially in each state & place she lived. She was known for her kindness, caring, compassion, helpfulness, & cheerfulness. She enjoyed traveling and cruises with family & friends. She traveled every state except Hawaii and toured areas of Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands on cruises. She is a member of First Baptist Church of Pt. St John and loved her church family. She will be missed by her loving dedicated husband Vernon L. Gleason of 69 yrs. She loved her Son, Vernon Jr. (LON) loved and admired her daughter-in-law Tammy of Cocoa, grandson Matthew, wife Ashley great grandsons, Miles, Parker and Asher Gleason, Merritt Island, and granddaughter Mallory & husband Micah Mundy and 4th great grandson, Cyrus Mundy, Nashville, TN. She loved and enjoyed spending time with her step granddaughters, Callie Spearman (Ashley), Sarah Sicolo (Joey) and grandson David Hughes; step great grandchildren, Susie and Maxwell Spearman and Henry. She is survived by her sister Helen Hoover, Titusville, FL, nephew Ric Hoover and several nieces & nephews in FL and VA. She is predeceased by 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Funeral service will be held @ Brevard Memorial Park. Cocoa, FL Donations may be made to First Bapt. Church of Port St. John. FL


  • Vernon L. Gleason, Husband
  • Vernon Gleason Jr., Son
  • Tammy Gleason, Daughter-in-law
  • Matthew Gleason, Grandson
  • Ashley Gleason, Other
  • Miles Gleason, Great Grandson
  • Parker Gleason, Great Grandson
  • Asher Gleason, Great Grandson
  • Mallory Mundy, Granddaughter
  • Micah Mundy, Other
  • Cyrus Mundy, Great Grandson
  • Callie Spearman, Other
  • Ashley Spearman, Other
  • Sarah Sicolo, Other
  • Joey Sicolo, Other
  • David Hughes, Other
  • Susie Spearman, Other
  • Maxwell Spearman, Other
  • Helen Hoover, Sister
  • Ric Hoover, Nephew


  • Visitation Wednesday, August 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Clearine K. Gleason

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Lynda Bruce

August 8, 2018

Clearine had a wonderful sense of humor. She loved her family and her Lord. She will be greatly missed.

Ray & Alice Chalfante

August 8, 2018

Clearine was a wonderful neighbor and dear friend. Her wisdom and sense of humor gave pleasure and joy to those around her. She was a prayer warrior and never lost her faith. She knew that everything was in God's perfect timing.

To her family, please know we feel your pain. Clearine always spoke of her family and the love she had for each of you. We pray that God wraps his arms around you and gives you comfort and peace during this very difficult time.
In God's love,
Ray & Alice Chalfante

Terri Moser

August 7, 2018

I had a few opportunities to visit with Clearine when I visited Lon and Tammy. She was a delight to visit with. It was clear she loved her family, and she lived her life. I will always remember her laughter and the sparkle in her eyes. Peace be with you.

Sarah Sicolo

August 6, 2018

Grams was such a bright and beautiful woman; she was always laughing with the children at family gatherings and brought the whole family such joy! Grams was a strong person, too- she had overcome a lot here in the past few years, but she always had a wonderful smile on her face. She will be dearly missed by many, as she touched so many lives. May she rest in eternal peace. With love: Joey, Sarah & Henry

Deborah Pruitt

August 5, 2018

I will forever miss my beautiful, loving aunt. She was so much fun to be around. She was a classy lady who I looked up to while growing up! I will always keep her close to my heart and I know that, if God be willing, I will see her again. To my Uncle Lawrence and my cousin Lon, and the entire family, I send all me love and prayers to each of you.

Wendy Whitney

August 5, 2018

We hadn't talked or seen one another in quite a while but I truly remember your friendship and kindness (and humor) when we worked at the same place. My condolences to your husband and pray the Lord will be with him at this time. Wendy Whitney

Pamela Hogan

August 5, 2018

Laughter, travel and treasured friendship. We had such wonderful times together and I will keep those memories in my my heart forever. It was only a jump down the street to you and I wish now we would have visited EVERY week. Now where do I go to blow my scooter horn to let you know I'm around? I have a giant hole in my heart and hope in time the memories we made will close that space and I will look up and smile. I couldn't love a friend more. Your BFF Pamela Hogan.

Diane Ennis

August 5, 2018

Though illness had separated us these past years, Clearine remained a dear, dear friend. Physical separation, in our case, had nothing to do with the closeness of our friendship. She was funny, caring and all around loving and good person. She loved her Lord and she loved her family. I will miss knowing she was only a phone call away. Rest in Peace my friend.