Gladys L. Hudnall
June 5, 1930 – August 5, 2019
It is with great sadness that the family of Gladys Leiser Hudnall announce her passing on August 5, 2019. Gladys was born in Toledo, OH on June 5, 1930. She was the daughter of Calvin Franklin Leiser and Myra Louise Aufderheide.
She received her B.S. degree in Medical Technology from Ohio State University. That is where she met her late husband Kenneth Leroy Hudnall. They were happily married for 63 years. They were long time members of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Perrysville, PA.
Gladys worked as a medical technologist at Sewickley Valley Hospital for 28 years, where she was recognized and respected by her coworkers for her knowledge and professionalism and rose to the position of Assistant Administrative Director of Laboratory Services. She retired in December 1995.
She was preceded in death by her parents and brother Walter Samuel Leiser She is survived by her brother Nelson Calvin Leiser of Tennessee and six adult children; Michael (June), Diana (Charles), David (Melissa), Susan, Kathy (Lloyd) and Walter (Yvonne), and long-time family friend Sue Thomas, twelve grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
The family wishes to thank Colleen Zimmick for her loving care and support over the past two years. Gladys enjoyed the outdoors, reading, doing puzzles, and spending time with family, especially at the farm near Cooks Forest State Park. Services will be held at Allegheny National Cemetery at 1:00PM on Friday September 20th. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer Association of America.
Arrangements are under the direction of HP Brandt Funeral Home, Inc., 1032 Perry Hwy., Ross Twp.(412-364-4444) where condolences may be offered at www.brandtfuneralhome.com
- Alzheimer Association of America
National Cemetery of the Alleghenies
1158 Morgan Road
Gladys L. Hudnall
August 10, 2019
Gladys was a mother and mentor to anyone who was fortunate enough to meet her. Her commitment to doing an exceptional job and her dedication to making the world a better, more compassionate place made her stand above the rest. She was loved and respected by all who knew her. Heaven will be a better place with her there. I wish her peace and joy.