Glendola Mae Wells © Enid News and Eagle 04-05-2017 Submitted by: Glenn
The funeral service for Glendola Mae Wells is 10 a.m. Thursday, April 6, 2017, at the First Baptist Church in Nash with the Rev. Sam Farris officiating. Interment follows in New Home Cemetery, Nash. Arrangements are by Wilson Funeral Home, Pond Creek.
Glendola was born to John and Audrey Oneal Crumpton Inskeep June 28, 1922, in Wellston. She died April 2, 2017, in Tulsa. Glendola married Francis G. Wells on Aug. 23, 1941 in Depew. She did everything from helping build airplanes during WWII, to working in a grocery store and bakery, to retiring, to baby sitting.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Francis Wells, one brother and four sisters.
Glendola is survived by her son, Robert Wells and wife Sharlene, Bartlesville; three daughters, Jean Pitts and husband Delbert of Mustang; Donna Gray and husband Dewayne of Cushing; Rhonda McCart and husband Dale of Nash; 25 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson.
Memorials may be made to the Nash Firemen's Fund or the MS Foundation.
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