Glenda Click Chumley

July 9, 1932 - July 26, 2022
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Thursday 8/4, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
First Assembly of God
3801 98th St
Lubbock, TX 79423
(806) 783-0800 | Map
Friday 8/5, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Gaines County Cemetery
8066988085 | Map
Friday 8/5, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

On July 9, 1932, Glenda Adene was born to Horace and Ruby Gililland in Lubbock, Texas. She married Howard Wilson Click on November 11, 1954, in Carlsbad, New Mexico, and he preceded her in death on January 2, 1981. She later married Hugh Maurice Chumley on September 25, 1986, in Artesia, New Mexico, and heContinue Reading

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Kathy Hood left a message on August 5, 2022:
You will be missed so much! I will miss you and love you very much! Prayers for the family!
Deana Orlandi left a message on August 4, 2022:
My mom, Ella Mae and our family send our sympathies and hugs to y’all. The sisters talked every day, sometimes twice a day. My mom always had Aunt Glenda on speakerphone and it was always so nice to hear her voice. She was always fun and upbeat even when she wasn’t having a great feel good day. She talked about the grandkids and loved to make sure my mom saw the pictures. The pictures made my mom’s day, so thank y’all for making sure to send them. My vivid memories of her from childhood was her making a big breakfast with lots of bacon. She had a pass through in the kitchen and she had to lean a bit to peer her head through and call everybody to eat. She was so funny! She would run through all my cousins’ names when she was calling one of them out before she got to the one she was calling. Kind of a lovely chaotic mess with a house full of kids. She dressed to the southern nines and my goodness such a pretty lady. She bore the loss of two soulmates and still put on a good spirit and didn’t let that callus her heart for giving her love. Aunt Glenda, we will miss you so much! Ella Mae would love to be there to tell y’all how much she loves y’all and see everyone. We never know how much time we all have together. We are comforted in the knowing that our heavily father has welcomed her home and we will see her in the morning! XOXO
Kevin Fortenberry left a message on August 4, 2022:
I so very sorry for ALL of us…what’s a great loss. I do want to share one amazing memory…about Glenda’s amazing generosity. It’s something a bit unusual from MANY years ago. On more than one occasion…while our family was spending time together at a Dept store and/or the mall in Lubbock, if one of Glenda’s kids wanted an item and when I was there with them…she nearly always wanted to buy me one too! One time she bought me some swimming goggles. Another special day was when we were all at the mall and she insisted on buying me a T-shirt from one of those OVERPRICED T-shirt places that would print whatever you wanted on a T-shirt. I remember mine was orange (lol!!) and I can’t remember what it said…but I still remember it after all these years. Glenda reminds me of a famous quote; something like this: People will forget what you said and did but they will NEVER forget how they made you FEEL! ❤️
Christi Wells left a message on July 31, 2022:
Rest In Peace beautiful lady! Give Nobe a kiss from me. Until we meet again, I will hold you in my heart.
Lake Ridge Chapel & Memorial Designers left a message:
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