OBITUARY

Mrs. Deborah Benson Glorioso

September 15, 1953April 12, 2018
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Deborah Benson Glorioso passed away on April 12, 2018 in Ridgeland, MS. Visitation will be held on April 20, 2018 from 6 pm to 8 pm and Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm at Lakewood Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 4:30 pm at Lakewood Funeral Home. Deborah was born in Jackson, MS to the late J.C. and Audrey Harris Benson in 1953. Her hobbies included flower gardening, horses and the Red Hat Society.

Deborah is survived by her husband, Michael Glorioso; sister, Glenda Benson Hoisington; nieces, Christine Hoisington Lewis and Teresa Hoisington Donaldson.

  • FAMILY

  • Deborah is survived by her husband, Michael Glorioso; sister, Glenda Benson Hoisington; nieces, Christine Hoisington Lewis and Teresa Hoisington Donaldson.
  • DONATIONS

  • Ms Animal Rescue League

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 20, 2018
  • Visitation Saturday, April 21, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 21, 2018
REMEMBERING

Mrs. Deborah Benson Glorioso

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Jean Roberts

April 19, 2018

Deborah was one of my oldest friends. I literally cannot remember a time in my life before I knew her. She and I lived in the same neighborhood just a block from one another when we were born. She was born in September and me in December. One of my earliest memories of us playing together was when we were three, no more than four years old. The Benson’s cocker spaniel, Candy, had puppies. She had most of them under their house, but I remember seeing her give birth to one in the yard right in front of us. That was really something for our young eyes to see. Deb and I would crawl under her house to play with them. We had more fun with those puppies. Even after the Benson’s moved to another neighborhood when Deborah was still in grade school, we stayed close. We attended one another’s childhood birthday parties, had sleepovers at one another’s houses and ran around together as teenagers in junior and senior high school. Many revolutions driven around Shoney’s together. We always kept in touch even after I got bold and moved to Colorado some four decades ago. I have included a photograph of Deb, Carole Horton and myself when we were attending Wingfield High School. I have many fond memories of Deborah and will miss her. She is at peace now. God bless you Mike for taking such wonderful care of our dear friend. With love to you Deborah, from your very old friend Jean

Carole Horton

April 16, 2018

Deborah and I became best friends when we were 13 years old and that relationship became as strong as any two sisters could possibly have. She loved me unconditionally and supported me no matter what. Words can't describe how much I will miss her, but I know that she is no longer suffering. I can see her smiling that beautiful smile while sitting at Jesus's feet. I will love you always and you will forever be in my heart.

Patricia Swann

April 16, 2018

Deborah was the most beautiful person I have ever known. No matter how hard her life could get she ALWAYS had compassion for others. She is safe in our Lords arms, if he can keep her still! I see her running free from the body that held her down. Smiling that smile that would warm my soul.

Katrina Harris

April 16, 2018

I remember the first time I met Deborah at Aunt Audrey's home in Jackson. She was beautiful inside and out. I was a young bride at the time I had just married her cousin. She was so nice to me. I will miss her.

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