First Lady Glenda Marie Lytle

July 21, 1948April 17, 2021

First Lady Glenda M. Lytle is survived by her husband of 52 yrs, Elder Pastor Ronald Lytle. She was a member of the Ladies Auxillary at the American Legions, and McMillen Park Lions Club. She had 4 kids; that gave her 14 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, and 1 great great grandchild. Her most precious things in life were family gatherings. Where she lit up the room with her beautiful smile and amazing laugh. Funeral Service will be held on Friday April 23, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. with visitation from 11:00- 1:00. Burial will be in Lindenwood Cemetery. Preferred memorials to Elder Pastor Ronald Lytle.



  • Visitation

    Friday, April 23, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 23, 2021


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First Lady Glenda Marie Lytle

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Amanda Gray

April 19, 2021

For the last few years i had the pleasure of takin care of mom (First Lady) an i am completely honored to have been able to be apart of her life and her final days. I wanna thank all of you for choosing me to be her caregiver an also considering me family along my journey as well My favorite memory of her will always be the cute little fights with her an dad over price is right or lets make a deal, she always get me to take her side, it was so funny we had alot of those ladies are right men are wrong convos alot. We loved to joke around for sure. The love she shared for family is something i was so blessed to witness To hear all the memories of so many great years of raising her kids an her marriage to dad is something i can only imagine is what a real marriage and a real family is supposed to be. One thing i was able to do with mom before her last days, we pinky promised each other to always be close to family an always be there for one another. And i told her I'd always check on dad. So from the bottom of my heart your all stuck with me now. Respectfully

Love Amanda Gray
Baby Daughter Peanut

Your loving Husband Ronald Lytle

April 19, 2021

The first day I saw you your smile was so beautiful and the way you looked at me I knew we was going to be together forever. We went together for 7 days and married on the 8th day we had 52 years together it was so beautiful and so sweet and so kind. Our fun times was when we went to the auction they used to call me the quarter man and you always use to laugh at that. You and me had four lovely children and one deceased son that brought us closer together .The memory that I have of you ,you always had the biggest smile on your face was always so Beautiful and when you told me you’ll love me forever.I miss you already My loving Wife I’ll love you forever and ever. Until our farther brings us together again in Heaven.

Madison Lytle

April 19, 2021

I love you so much grandma, you were the happiest most beautiful women. You will forever be in our hearts and loved. We miss you dearly grandma ❤️

Laverne Pisco

April 19, 2021

I have known Glenda for forty seven years and rather than one specific memory, I have many. What has always stood out the most was her love for life and the sound of her laughter. She always had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh. Her laughter was contagious and it was hard not to laugh right along with her.
Glenda was loved by all who knew her.
The world was a better place with her in it.
She is among the angels where she dwells in the house of the Lord. She will be dearly missed.

Rebecca Rudicill

April 19, 2021

I'm going to miss you so very much mom.. But you have no more pain and suffering I know your with your mom,dad and your sister now .I know your watching over all of us until we cross over to be with you...
RIP momma. you always your daughter Rebecca Rudicill

Rhonda Perry

April 19, 2021

My moma was the most strongest woman I’ve ever known.she had the biggest heart in the world she would light up the room with her beautiful smile and laugh .She was the best mama in the world I love you mama and I will miss you . You was my birthday partner how am I ever going to celebrate my birthday anymore without you.