Mildred J. Glasco passed away on Wednesday, September 5, 2007 in San Antonio at the age of 93. Mildred was born on July 4, 1914 in Shongoloo, LA to John Amos and Viola Oliver Kimble. During her professional career, Mildred worked as a radio technician at Kelly AFB. She is survived by her sons, James, Ray, Wayne, and Eugene Glasco; daughter, Patricia Landy; step-daughter, Zelma Clark; 24 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 5:00 PM to 8:00PM on Thursday, September 13, 2007 at the Meadowlawn Tribute Center. Funeral services are scheduled for 11:00 AM on Friday, September 14, 2007 at Antioch Baptist Church with the Rev. E. Thurman Walker officiating. Burial will immediately follow at Meadowlawn Memorial Park. To leave a note for the family, go to www.meadowlawn.net and select Obituaries. Arrangements by: Meadowlawn & American Mortuary.

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  1. My Dear Cousins; I am so happy to have had the opportunity to share in your wonderful and loving mother’ life. I share in your grief. Aunt Jewell was a loving aunt to me, my children and my grandchildren. I am going to miss her, as she was a part of my life for over three (3) decades. Your Cousins, Tina, Sherrie, Robert, Brandon and Kelley

  2. My Dear Cousins; I am so happy to have had the opportunity to share in your wonderful and loving mother’ life. I share in your grief. Aunt Jewell was a loving aunt to me, my children and my grandchildren. I am going to miss her, as she was a part of my life for over three (3) decades. Your Cousins, Tina, Sherrie, Robert, Brandon and Kelley

  3. Ray, I was sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. You are in our thoughts and prayers. God needed another beautiful flower for his special gardern. May your faith provide the comfort and solace you and your family need at this special time. Your Fleming Family

  4. Ray, I was very sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I know you have many fond and fun memories of her. May these memories provide you comfort at this time. Please know that our prayers are with you and your family.

  5. To The Glasco Family, May each memory God has given you comfort you and bring you peace. Amelia Alexander, Houston, Texas

  6. My deepest sympathy go out to the family. Mrs. Glasco seemed to be a very nice and caring lady when I met her. I have heard wonderful stories of what a loving mother she was to you all. She lived a long life and she will be missed, but the stories and memories will always live on. Rosalyn Simpson

  7. My prayers are with the Glasco & Landy Family during this sad moment of their lost of Loved One. My Deepest Sympathy go out to you all, may God strengten you during this time. Although I only knew Mrs. Glasco a short time I knew you all loved her dearly and she will be missed. Deepest Sympathy Janet & Kylah Arrington David & Katie Parker

  8. To Ray and all of the family, I have you all in my heart and God has Mama Jewel in his HANDS. Love you much

  9. TO THE GLASCO FAMILY. YOU HAVE MY SINCERE SYMPATHY IN THE LOSS OF YOUR MOTHER,GRANDMOTHER. SHE AND I SHARED SOME VERY WONDERFUL MOMENTS. SHE WAS THE GRANDMOTHER OF MY ELDEST, AND MOST LOVED SON,VINCENT. SHE AND I SHARED IN LOVING HIM. THROUGH THE YEARS THERE WAS A MOST SPECIAL BOND BETWEEN SHE AND I… YOU SEE EVERY TIME I LOOKED AT MY CHILD, I WOULD SEE HIS RESEMBLANCE TO HIS GRANDMOTHER AND GOD’S LOVE WOULD SUSTAIN SHE AND I BOTH. THAT IS HOW MOTHERS ARE. SHE WILL SINCERELY BE MISSED, SHE WAS LOVED BY BOTH OF MY SONS. I THANK JESUS FOR THE PRIVILEDGE OF KNOWING HER. SURELY WE WILL FIND COMFORT IN KNOWING THAT SHE IS WITH THE LORD NOW. AT PEACE, IN LOVE, AND LOOKING DOWN ON US WITH THAT VERY SPECIAL SMILE THAT SHE HAD. I WILL CONTINUE TO PRAY FOR STRENGTH FOR THE FAMILY. REMEMBERING THAT GOD ALWAYS COMFORTS THOSE THAT MOURN. PRAISE HIS HOLY NAME. FOR THE LORD IS SO GOOD.

  10. Mr. Glasco, I am saddened to learn of your mother’s death. Please accept my deepest sympathy at this loss! You are in my prayers and I ask that God hold you and your family in the palm of His hands! Roscette

  11. Ray, My prayer is that God will give you the strength to remember the good times as you keep your hand in His. God’s grace and mercy fall fresh on you and the Glasco family always.

  12. Mr. Ray Glasco, I wanted you to know that my husband and I are praying for you and your family in your time of bereavement.

  13. I am so sorry for the death of your mother. I understand just how devastating that is. God bless you and your family. Carol Reed Former Counselor at Fleming MS

  14. TO ALL: THANK YOU FOR YOUR CARDS,CALLS, FOOD AND PRAYERS. MY GRANDMOTHER WILL TRULY BE MISSED SHE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON. SHE LOVED EVERYONE THAT CAME HER WAY. AS A FAMILY WE ARE STILL MOURNING, BUT IN TIME WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS. WE LOST MY GRANDFATHER 5 YEARS AGO AND IT IS STILL HARD NOT HAVING HIM AROUND. SO NOW IT IS GOING TO BE A LOT HARDER NOT HAVING THE BOTH OF THEM AROUND, BUT I DO KNOW THAT THEY ARE IN HEAVEN HAVING A GOOD TIME TALKING AND LAUGHING ABOUT ALL THE GOOD TIMES THEY HAD HERE WITH US. SO PLEASE KEEP MY FAMILY IN YOUR PRAYERS. MAY GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU, THE GLASCO FAMILY

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