Glenda K Williams

August 4, 1944February 9, 2019

Glenda K Williams, age 74, of Rio Hondo, Texas passed away on Saturday February 9, 2019. Glenda was born August 4, 1944.

Glenda grew up in Los Fresnos TX, graduated from Brownsville HS. Began a long term career with Southwestern Bell until she retired in the 90's. Following her retirement from SWB she was an avid antique collector and eventually opened her own store named Simply Irresistible In downtown Harlingen. She enjoyed gardening, antiquing, music and spending time with her husband at their home in Arroyo City TX. Her wishes were for her family to celebrate her life with a private event; no services will be held.


  • Marion Williams, Husband
  • Gaylynn (Ben) Foster, Daughter
  • Todd (Brenda) Williams, Son
  • Ted (Amy) Williams, Son
  • Tiffany (Jason) Lucas, Daughter
  • Micheal Freeman, Son
  • Randi Degges, Granddaughter
  • Emily Foster, Granddaughter
  • Kallie Williams, Granddaughter
  • Collin Williams, Grandson
  • Matthew Williams, Grandson
  • Jonathan (Sandy) Lucas, Grandson
  • Brennan Lucas, Grandson
  • Zachary Lucas, Grandson
  • Atley ., Great Granddaughter
  • Aiden ., Great Grandson
  • Brynn ., Great Granddaughter
  • Mrs. Williams also leaves behind many beloved nieces and nephews.


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Glenda K Williams

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Lonnie Barlow-Thomas

February 14, 2019

I enjoyed staying at Aunt Ruby’s growing up and being around you and Beverly. Time seperated us but connecting on Facebook was a great thing. I will miss our conversations. I love you Glenda.

Robby Hannah

February 13, 2019

I will remember you forever for always being there for me when I was judged as the Black Sheep of the family and needed support, comfort and your company. You always reassured me that everything would be okay. We love you Aunt Glenda, your nephew Robby and Gina. Please say Hi to our Moms and Dads and let them also know we miss them so much and love them. And also Momo & Popo.

Stephanie Thornburg

February 12, 2019

So many great memories of Glenda. She was a second mother to me through middle and high school (one of the perks of being BFs with Tiffany). I remember driving to the Arroyo or running errands with them and Glenda would be listening to her cassette of Dan Seals and we all would sing, "Meet me in Montana" and "Bop with me, Baby." Her dainty pointer fingers would always be moving to the beat while steering the car. She would also take us to rent laser disks at the vacuum cleaner store in Harlingen, we would watch movies and she let us sip on homemade wine coolers that were super weak, but we felt so sophisticated. She was a trusted friend and I loved her very, very much. Rest in peace sweet Glenda. ❤

Patrick Roberts

February 12, 2019

I am so glad to have known Glenda. She always showed me compassion and would always give me an ear when I needed it. I'm So Sorry i did not stay in touch with you like I should have.You always made me feel important. Until I see you again.....................
Patrick Roberts

Melissa May Crossland

February 12, 2019

Glenda came into our lives when I was 16 and never left our hearts ♥️
She was a 2nd mother to me and another “gramma” to my oldest daughter, Chelsea.
Her light, love, wisdom and laughter will always be remembered with the fondest of love and memory!!!
We love you Rest In Peace ♥️