Glenda Mae Jordan passed away peacefully in her sleep early in the morning on Saturday, November 25th, 2017 at her home she shared with her husband; her oldest son was also home with her for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Glenda was born on January 20th, 1939 in Tipton, Oklahoma to Velma and Jake McCarty. She was raised and went to school in Altus, Oklahoma. She married Leon Jordan on December 28th, 1974 in Altus, Oklahoma. She worked at The Plaza Theater, then Treasure City, and then United grocery store in Altus, OK. Once she married Leon and moved to Canute she found herself working at K-Mart in Elk City, OK until they closed. She was a passionate woman, sister, mother and wife. She loved her family and time with them more than anything. Her home and arms were always open to all of her family.
She was preceded in death by her father, James "JT" "Jake" McCarty Sr; her stepfather, Cleo Hewett and mother, Velma Hewett and a sister, Katherine "Sue" Stillwell.
She is survived by her husband, Leon; a daughter, Tonja Sifton, 4 sons, Thomas McMullen, Myron McMullen Jr., Daniel Tomlinson Jr., and Michael Riggs and wife, Kristin; grandchildren, Michael McMullen, Kira McMullen, Khristina Lowry and husband, Laston, Heather Sifton, Matthew Riggs, Jacob Riggs and Lauren Riggs; great grandchildren, Samantha Sifton, Jessie Lowry, Kristopher Lowry, Jordan Lowry, Louis Acuna and Gavin Panter; her aunt, Pat Dill; a brother in law, Charles Stillwell; a niece Kathy Cryer and husband, Sammy; a nephew, Matthew Stillwell and wife, DeAnna; a great niece, three great nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.
Friday, December 01, 2017
403 West Country Club
Elk City, Oklahoma 73644
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