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Gregory W. Spencer Funeral Directors

4000 Miller Ave, Fort Worth, TX

OBITUARY

Gladis WOODSON

May 1, 1942January 4, 2020

Gladis WOODSON, age 77, of Fort Worth, Texas passed away on Saturday January 4, 2020. Gladis was born May 1, 1942 in Gonzales, Texas to Jessie Polk, Sr. and Rosie Wood. "Today we pay admiration to a Loving and dedicated wife, mother , grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin and friend." She was a homemaker and loved spending time with all of her family and friends. She was a strong determined and fiercely independent woman. We will miss her everyday. Gladis was preceded in death by her mother Rosie Wood, father, Jessie Polk, Sr. two brothers, Willie Ben Polk and Jessie Lee Polk, Jr. one sister Katie Cross and two granddaughters, Precious Antwanette Woodson and Breanna Renee Robinson. Gladis is survived by her husband Harvey Leroy Woodson, Sr. ; three daughters, Jo Woodson Evans (Leonard Evans), Rebecca Robinson and Catalina Woodson; two sons, James Arness Woodson and Harvey Lee Woodson, Jr.; 14 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren; brothers, Charles Polk, James Polk, Anthony Polk, Jessie Polk and Bill Polk; sisters, Sarah Jones, Gwen Vanderbilt, Mellisa Polk, Iris Polk, Sharon Polk, Renee Polk, Joyce Polk and Marylee Lindsey. A Host of Nephews, Nieces, Cousins ant other relatives and dear friends.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.gwspencerdirs.net for the WOODSON family.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Gerald Ross, Active Pallbearer
  • Mike Jones, Active Pallbearer
  • Terrance Yarborough, Active Pallbearer
  • Johnny Davis, Active Pallbearer
  • Joe Willie Jones, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Tyrones Jones, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Joe Jones, Jr., Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Wake Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Celebration of Life Friday, January 10, 2020

Memories

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April Lipscomb

January 10, 2020

Ms. Gladis you will truly be missed. You were a real friend to my mama, and you have left her with many good memories. I remember you always riding with mama out to my house and I would ask y'all "Where you two fast old ladies going?". Y'all would just look at each other and smile. Thank you for leaving mama those memories, because I know there will be days that she wants to come see you and can't, but she can remember the times y'all shared. R.I.H.

Norma Mcdonald

January 9, 2020

My condolences. Your mom was like family. Our extended Killian St family. I’m praying for you all.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY