Cecil G Glass

October 24, 1939February 3, 2019

Cecil Glass, 79 passed away peacefully on February 3, 2019. He was born October 24, 1939 in Linden AL, to the late Harland G. Glass and Lucille B. Glass. He graduated high school in 1958, and then joined the US Navy. He served in the Navy for 22? Years and retired as CPO. After retirement Cecil was an instructor for the military at various technical colleges.

Cecil was preceded in death by his wife of 45 years, Brenda D. Glass, his parents, and his sister Myrtha Pugh. Chief Glass is survived by his loving daughter Debbie Morris and son in law Mark Morris; and one grandson Andrew Morris; brothers Albert Glass of Linden AL, Dudley Glass (Ida) of Citronelle AL, sister Blanche Moye (Randy) of Ocean Springs, MS; a Godson Devlin Teague; and Goddaughter Erica Teague.

The family would like to extend special thanks to Linda Ecle and Bonnie Fulk, for their years of loving, and caring friendship for Cecil.

The family has entrusted Oak Lawn Funeral Home with the arrangements and condolences can be left at

A graveside service will be held at Barrancas National Cemetery on Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 10:00 am, with procession leaving Oak Lawn at 9:45 am.

Pallbearers are Robert A. Ecle, Roberto A. Ecle, Charles Lohmann, Eric Teague, and Sean Gaherty.


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Cecil G Glass

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Kristie Garrett

February 7, 2019

Chuck and Brenda always welcomed you with open arms and warm hearts into their home. I will never forget the wonderful times we shared with them while we visited. They left a lasting impression on our children, Lauren, Michael, and Anna Claire aka Ginger Ginger as Aunt Brenda called her. Uncle Chuck fed them Krispy Kreme doughnuts and fresh pineapple. He was a wonderful man. Prayers for Debbie and the family as they say Goodbye to a truly beautiful soul. Love you All . Uncle Chuck we love you and please give Aunt Brenda a kiss from us.

April Summers Goodman

February 7, 2019

Uncle Chuck and Aunt Brenda will always hold a special place in my heart. As a young girl I remember calling him Uncle Chuckie Pops and I truly thought Aunt Brenda was the real Lucy. They always encouraged me to do well in school and further my career opportunities. They truly were my favorite Aunt and Uncle. I hope Uncle Chuck is courting his darling in Heaven again.

Lisa Sipes Baldwin

February 7, 2019

I remember when I was a little girl and my mom would visit her friends Brenda and Cecil and Cecil would always be so happy to see me and would let me sit on his lap. He would tell me I was his favorite. He would talk and play with me while mom and Brenda visited. He was a wonderful man.