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Glenis Leon "Glen" Scivally
Jan 7, 1941 - Nov 29, 2012
Posted by Martha Reddout

©Marietta Monitor
7 Dec 2012, Page 4

Glenis Leon “Glen” Scivally, longtime Thackerville resident, passed away Thursday, November 29, 2012 in the Denton Regional Medical Center in Denton, Texas at the age of 71.

Funeral services for Mr. Scivally were haled at 2 p.m. Monday, December 3 in the First United Methodist Church located at 214 S. Denton Street in Gainesville, Texas with the rev. Don Yeager officiating.

Interment followed in Lakeview Cemetery in Marietta.

Mr. Scivally was born January 7, 1941 in Addington Bend the son of M.C. and Ethel Fanny Bond Scivally. He grew up and attended schools in Thackerville where he served as Class President and Salutatorian. Glen attended the University of Texas-Arlington where he received a bachelor’s degree in business and then received a license as a C.P.A. Glen married early in life and moved to Gainesville and Ft. Worth as he followed employment. He held a position with NCH for 31 years in which he served as Treasurer and Executive Vice President until his retirement in 2004. During this tenure, he also held an international position in England for three years. In 2006 he returned to the Gainesville/Thackerville area. Glen loved listening to vintage Country Western music. He traveled the world extensively and even traveled the United States on motorcycle. He loved cars and working on things. In his downtime you would likely catch Glen enjoying a smoothie or eating Blue Bell ice cream. Glen had two previous marriages. The first to Jean Kelley, who preceded him in death. The couple bore two children who survive, Rick and wife Jeneth Scivally of Arlington, Texas and Jay Scivally and wife Dawn of Ovilla, Texas. The union to his second wife, Jo Beadle of Mineral Wells, Texas bore one adopted child, Ryan Austin Scivally of Bedford, Texas.

He later married Kathye Davis-Scivally who survives at the home. From this union came two stepchildren, Paige Owens and husband Todd of Grapevine, Texas and Blake Irwin of Little Elm, Texas. Additional survivors include three brothers, Thurman Scivally and wife Ann of Gainesville, Roy Scivally and wife Rosalind of Haltom City, Texas, and Don Scivally and wife Linda of Thackerville; 15 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Glen was also preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Vernon Scivally.

Serving as pallbearers were Jacob Scivally, Daniel Scott, Dale Scivally, Rob Scivally, Todd Owens and Danny Scivally.

Memorial contributions in Glen’s name may be left with the First United Methodist Church, 214 S. Denton, Gainesville, TX 76240 “Future Carport Fund” or to the National Parkinson’s Foundation.

Online guest book: wattsfuneralhome.com

This obituary included a photo of Mr. Scivally.

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