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Glenna Lane

05/28/1930 - 10/14/2020

Obituary

The family of Glenna Lane will celebrate her life of 90 years at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, October 19, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. The family will host a time of fellowship and remembrance from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 18, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. Glenna passed away on Wednesday, October 14, 2020. In support of the health of her family, face coverings are mandatory while attending the service and visitation. The service will be live-streamed and be available for thirty days at on this page. You are encouraged to sign the virtual guestbook and share memories and expressions of sympathy by selecting the icon.

Glenna Lane was born on May 28, 1930, to James Frank and Lona Stuckey in San Angelo, Texas. She grew up in Waco and graduated from Waco High School.  Glenna attended Baylor University.  She married Eddie Lamond Lane on June 5, 1948, in Waco.  They moved to Lubbock in 1951.  Glenna received a BS and MEd from Texas Tech and taught in Lubbock elementary schools for 17 years. In 1985 Glenna and Eddie moved to Austin, where she worked for Senator John Montford and the Texas Senate.  After retiring in 2000, Glenna and Eddie returned to Lubbock to be near their children and grandchildren and closer to their mountain home in Ruidoso, NM.  Glenna was very active in community and educational organizations.

Survivors include daughters, Diana Lewallen (David), Donna Howle (Tim); five grandchildren,  Kevin Lewallen of Dallas, Kyle Gross, Jennifer McCellan (Tim) of Lubbock, Vanessa Hunsicker (Mason) of Rio Medina, and Kristen Peck (Matthew) of Seattle, WA; eight great-grandchildren, Kaylee Gross, Alyssa, and Hayden Lewallen, Lily, Brycen, and Kayleigh McClellan, Riley and Abby Hunsicker; and brother, Charles Stuckey (Jane) of Dawsonville, GA.

Memorials

The family of Glenna Irene Lane has designated the Meals on Wheels or South Plains Food Bank for memorial contributions donated in her memory.

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Celebration of Life

Life Tribute

Visitation

Location: Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
Date:10/18/2020
Start Time:4:00 pm
End Time:6:00 pm

Funeral Service

Location: Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
Date:10/19/2020
Start Time:10:30 am
End Time:11:30 am

Graveside Service

Location: Waco Memorial Cemetery
Date:10/20/2020
Start Time:12:30 pm
End Time:1:30 pm

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4 Comments on “Glenna Lane”

  1. The stars are shining brighter now. Heaven has welcomed a new angel and a joyous celebration is even more beautiful than before.

    Our thoughts & prayers are with your family.
    Love Ken & Debbie

  2. The Montford family was saddened to learn of the passing of Glenna Lane. She was a special person. Glenna worked tirelessly as a member of our Texas Senate staff, developing an expertise on issues impacting public education in Texas. She had a sincere passion for ensuing that all kids received a quality education. Many a former student and constituent benefited from her fine work. Her legacy and contributions to Texas will endure for many years to come. With great respect and admiration, John T. and Debbie Montford

  3. I remember some of the good times that our families shared when we were little girls. Your mom was a good mother, a good wife, a fun person, and a smart and capable woman. My mom and dad always liked and respected Glenna. She had a great career as a teacher and then went on to have an exciting career with Senator Montford in Austin. Over the years I have seen your mom and we would have a wonderful time discussing the old days and of course, you girls. I can’t be with you today, but my thoughts, love, and prayers go out to you. You are very special and dear to my heart.
    My love,
    Adrienne Blanchard Nichols

  4. We loved Glenna. I knew her through the Lake Ridge Ladies. She was a very sweet friend and I’ll miss her lovely smile. Prayers for her family.🙏🏻♥️

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