Gloria Editha Tull

GLORIA EDITHA TULL, aged 84, formerly of Workman’s Village, St. George, entered into rest on September 02, 2018. Devoted Member and class leader of James Street Methodist Church.
Daughter of the late Walter and Viola Tull.
Sister of the late Haskell, Vernon and Rutherford Tull and Eudene Smith.
Aunt of Ansel Clarke, Rawle and Anthony Smith, Michael and Patrick Tull, Cheryl Tull-Barkley, Heather, Nerissa and Danielle Tull.
Great-aunt of Neeka Proverbs, Amor Smith, Mario Inniss, Aaron and Mallory Clarke, Nneka Tull, Brent and Rasheed Phillip, Tiffany Phillips, Zoey and Zavier Scott.
Cousin of Elaine Joseph, Darnley and Vernese Leacock, Carmen Clarke, Cordelia Cox, Junior Clarke, Kenya Clarke, and many more too numerous to mention.
Sister-in-law of Movel Tull.
Dear friend of the Goring, Sisnett, Bradshaw, Jordan, Barker, Richards and Odle families.
A service of celebration and thanksgiving will be held on Monday, September 10, 2018, at St. George Parish Church, where relatives and friends are asked to meet at 4:00 p.m. followed by the interment. Flowers may be sent to the Lyndhurst Funeral Home no later than 12:00 p.m. on Monday. The body of the late Gloria Editha Tull will repose in the Colin Parkinson Memorial Chapel, Lyndhurst Funeral Home on Sunday, September 09, 2018 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Date

Sep 03 2018

Time

8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Sep 03 2018
  • Time: 08:00 - 18:00

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Kim Kim wrote on September 9, 2018 at 5:47 pm:
I met Aunt Glo when I was in secondary school. We immediately hit off. I don’t remember how it all started but the first visit ended with me visiting her home every Friday evening. At the time she was working. She taught me sooooo many little things - the importance of washing every day, chopping all my seasoning one time and preserving it with salt, putting the seasoning in the fridge in the Horlicks jar with the blue cover so it wouldn’t permeate the other things in the fridge, dressing professionally for work, being an excellent host and so much more. We lost touch after university but reconnected after Betty died and it was just as if we had been seeing each other along. She would always greet me with “come along in darling!” I will miss my Aunt Glo and I look forward to seeing her resurrection morning. 😘😘😘

My comfort for your loss, Heather.
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