Glendora Wade Hammer Harting © Enid News and Eagle Published 11-16-2012 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Glendora was born in Iola, Kan., on Nov. 29, 1921, to Melbourne Wade and Mary May Strong Fuller and died Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, at Greenbrier Nursing Home, Enid.
She graduated from Enid High School in 1938, and attended Oklahoma State University in the 1960s.
Glendora worked in an airplane assembly plant during WWII.
She married John J. Hammer Sept. 19, 1947. Following his death in 1967, she married Eugene H. Harting in Marshall on Oct. 3, 1971.
Glendora was a member of Eastern Star, Women’s Aglow International, and American Red Angus Association. She was a longtime member of First Christian Church of Marshall and most recently became a member of Enid First Assembly of God Church.
Glendora is survived by three sons, Jeff Hammer and wife Barbara of Yukon, Vance Hammer and wife Carla of Marshall, and Doug Hammer and wife Beth of Independence, Mo.; one brother, William Fuller and wife June of Purcell; nine grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by both husbands and one granddaughter, Ashley Brooke Hammer.
Memorial donations may be made through the funeral home in her name to Marshall Fire and EMS.
(Submitted by family)
This page was updated: Tuesday, 12-Sep-2017 08:42:31 CDT
This site may be freely linked, but not duplicated in any way without consent.
All rights reserved! Commercial use of material within this site is prohibited!
© 2000-2019 Oklahoma Cemeteries
The information on this site is provided free for the purpose of researching your genealogy. This material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, for your own research, as long as this message remains on all copied material. The information contained in this site may not be copied to any other site without written "snail-mail" permission. If you wish to have a copy of a donor's material, you must have their permission. All information found on these pages is under copyright of Oklahoma Cemeteries. This is to protect any and all information donated. The original submitter or source of the information will retain their copyright. Unless otherwise stated, any donated material is given to Oklahoma Cemeteries to make it available online. This material will always be available at no cost, it will always remain free to the researcher.