Gleda June Hutchinson
April 10, 1928 – December 26, 2020
Gleda June Hutchinson, 92, passed away Saturday, December 26, 2020. She was born April 10, 1928 in Evansville IN to the late Otmer and Thelma (McFall) Alexander.
She graduated from Bosse High School and retired as a sales clerk for JC Penny’s. She enjoyed listening and dancing to live Jazz music, collecting shells when she lived in Florida, making crafts, and playing cards. She was an avid gameshow watcher and loved to read. Gleda lived in Florida over 30 years, then moved to Paducah, Kentucky before moving to Newburgh.
Gleda was preceded in death by her parents; sons, Randy and Dan Hutchinson; sisters, Wanda Haas and Nada DeVillez.
She is survived by her daughters, Shirlene Mott (Fred) of Ponta Vedra Beach, FL, Jana Morris (Dave) of Newburgh, and Sharla Hutchinson of Paducah, KY; brother, Otmer “Skip” Alexander; daughter-in-law, Debbie Hutchinson; many grandchildren, great grandchildren and 1 great great grandson.
Burial will be held at Rose Hill Cemetery followed by a Celebration of Life Service at a later date in the Spring of 2021.
- Shirlene Mott (Fred), Daughter
- Jana Morris (Dave), Daughter
- Sharla Hutchinson, Daughter
- Otmer "Skip" Alexander, Brother
- Debbie Hutchinson, Daughter-in-law
- Otmer Alexander, Father (deceased)
- Thelma (McFall) Alexander, Mother (deceased)
- Randy Hutchinson, Son (deceased)
- Dan Hutchinson, Son (deceased)
- Wanda Haas, Sister (deceased)
- Nada DeVillez, Sister (deceased)
- Many Grandchildren; Great Grandchildren; and 1 Great Great Grandson
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Gleda June Hutchinson
January 6, 2021
Jana, Shirlene and Sharla,
I was so sorry to see that Gleda has passed away! You have my sympathy! You all will be in my prayers. It is hard enough to lose one parent in a year much less both!
I remember your Mom’s big smile and laugh. While we were young, I think I saw her everyday, because the Sues and Hutchinsons all played together all the time. It was a different time then when Mothers stayed home with their kids and all the kids played outside from as early in the morning until as late at night as their Moms would let them. We had picnics and played games and watched Wonderful World of Disney on your colored TV and celebrated birthdays together. When you guys moved from Adams Avenue, the neighborhood was never as close or the same! Your family’s leaving left a big hole in the neighborhood’s fabric! Love all of you!
Carol (Sue) Chandler
P. S. Mom and Dad send their condolences as well! They don’t know how to navigate the internet very well!