Glendalyn Jones

Glendalyn L "Glennie" Jones

Sunday, July 21st, 1935 - Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
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Glendalyn (Glennie) Jones
Longtime resident of Quincy passed peacefully of advanced dementia on March 24, 2020 Glendalyn (Glennie) Laverne Jones was born in 1935 to Stanley and Bernie Brown (Webley). She graduated high school in 1953 moved to Wenatchee to start her first job in banking. In 1955 she married Donald Jones whom she met in high school. They then began their life together in Quincy.

Glennie & Don raised two daughters Kay Brewer (Jerry) of Quincy, Anita Lacher (Mark) of Montana and an adopted son Tony. Grand Children Dawn Helzer, Maxwell Lacher & Andie Lacher.

Glennie worked in the banking industry for most of her working career. In 1978 she changed careers becoming secretary at Quincy Junior High. She loved this job but mostly loved interacting with the kids. Retiring in Quincy in 1993, Glennie was able to help her girls and spend more time with grandchildren. She loved to travel in her RV every winter, golf and garden in the summer. Family and friends were important to her but mostly she wanted to spend every moment with her beloved husband Don of 65 years.

At this time please send any condolences to Donald Jones, 301 H St SW Apt. 23, Quincy, WA 98848. No flowers please.

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Scharbach’s Columbia Funeral Chapel, Quincy, is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Dave Peeler

Posted at 04:20pm
Glennie was my favorite farm county Aunt. She and Don agreed to take in two teenage boys for the summers when we were in high school in Seattle so we could work on the farms and make some summertime money (and I suspect get us out of our parents' house for awhile). It must have been quite an upheaval in Don & Glennie's lives at the time as their girls were still pretty young, and I am eternally grateful for the experience. Plus, she let us ride her horse pretty much anytime we wanted (Don's was always in training for a show). Not many Seattle boys got to participate in fence building, changing irrigation pipes, cattle round-ups, driving all manner of farm trucks and machinery and hay baling and stacking, while eating great home cooked food at Glennie's table. Those experiences helped me in my later jobs that included dealing with agricultural issues across the state. We remained close ever since, and I am very sorry about her passing. She was a lovely lady.
-- Dave Peeler

Tammy Miller

Posted at 10:11am
This beautiful woman touch my life in so many ways. We shared so many memories over our life time. We went camping, shared many holidays, eating lots and playing games. She was a great mentor, my friend, my second mom and Sunday school teacher. She taught me so much. She was someone I always looked up to. I'm going to miss her. "What was once deeply loved, We can never lose. For all that we love Deeply becomes a part of us." (Helen Keller) RIP

Kay Brewer Posted at 10:58am

She loved you so much and was so proud of you.

Jim Manly

Posted at 08:41pm
Don & Family

So sorry to hear of the passing of Glennie. I'm sure she's at peace now. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

Jim & Kaye Manly

Kay Brewer Posted at 10:59am

Thank you. We appreciate hearing from you. ❤️

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