Passed away on July 25, 2018
Billie Glorioso of San Marcos, Texas passed away at the age of 96, on the 25th day of July 2018, surrounded by her children. Billie was a loving Wife and Mother. She is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Joseph John Glorioso and son-in-law, Dr. W C Daniels. Throughout her life, Billie demonstrated strength and kindness in the face of any challenge.
As an only child, Billie grew up in Mobile, Alabama, where she attended a private boarding school. She finished her schooling at St. Agnes, in Houston, Texas. Billie loved spending summers in New Orleans with relatives, playing tennis and riding horses.
After high school, Billie met the love of her life, Joe, and they married in Galveston, Texas. Billie was an avid gardener and President of the Cedar Lawn Garden Club. Billie loved opening her home to family and friends and was known for her delicious cooking and special deserts. She enjoyed volunteer work and provided many meals and holiday dinners for those in need. Later, the family moved to Houston, and then to San Marcos.
Billie is survived by her two children, John Thomas Glorioso, Lurline Glorioso Daniels and daughter-in-law, Sandra.
A memorial service will be held 10:30 a.m., Friday, August 3, 2018 at Waltrip Funeral Directors.
- Memorial Service Friday, August 3, 2018
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Sue Maxwell Dart
July 29, 2018
Dear Lurline - I am so sorry to hear of your Mother's death. She was a lovely lady and she lived to a grand old age. Her passing naturally makes me think of Melinda and how much she cared for you and for your Mother. She told me shortly before her death that her childhood in Cedar Lawn with you and your family were the happiest times of her life. I too have dear memories of those wonderful years and I hope you know how great a part you and your dear, kind Mother played in those times.
I hope you are doing well and find peace in happy thoughts of the memories we all share.
Melinda's daughter Angela and son Christopher join me in these wishes.
With love - Sue Eubanks Maxwell Dart