Carrie Lee GLASTER
November 22, 1946 – October 10, 2020
Carrie was born November 22, 1946, to the union of the late George Wilson Jr. II (Buddy Brack) and Estel Thomas Wilson. She was the second born of seven children; named in honor of her maternal grandmother, Carrie Washington Brack. She attended Walnut Hill High School and was a member of the Class of 1965. After high school, she married the late James Arthur Thomas. To this union they welcomed two children, Tammy & Ramsey Thomas. Years later she married the late Travis Glaster, to this union one son, Benton Glaster. She would later return and continue her education at American Business Institute. Carrie was a dedicated employee of the City of Houston Ground Transportation Department. She served diligently for over 20 years until her retirement. She continues to be known as a hardworking and strong-willed individual; yet she was also kind and caring. Carrie made her final transition Saturday October 10, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents: George and Estel Wilson, her sister Shirley Jean Fields and her brother Gregory Wayne Wilson (Honeybaby). She leaves a lifetime of loving memories to her five children: one daughter Tammy Thomas Cooper, of Houston, Texas, four sons – Pernell Wilson (Linda) of Four Forks, Louisiana, Ramsey Thomas, Denell Thomas and Benton Glaster (Sonya) all of Houston, Texas. Fourteen grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren. Also cherishing her memory: one maternal sister, Ethel Lee Wilson-Cooper (Sammie) of Houston, Texas and Dorothy Jean Lister of Bedford, Texas. Three brothers: Talbert L. Wilson (Linda), James Wilson both of Houston, Texas and George Wilson Jr. III (Tosha) of Keithville, Louisiana. Two aunts: Bessie Mae Allen of Keatchie, Louisiana and Eddie Lee McCall of Houston, Texas. Five great-aunts: Willie Mae Hall, of Keithville, Louisiana, Bobbie Wilson of Galveston, Texas, Helen Perkins of Texas City, Texas, Lula V. Johnson of Shreveport and Mary Thomas of Houston, Texas. A host of nieces, nephews, many cousins, other relatives and friends.
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Saturday, October 17, 2020