Glenna Wolf, 95, of Cuero, formally of Yorktown passed away Monday, April 30, 2018. She was born Dec. 28, 1922 in Nixon, TX to the late James “Jim” and Claudia Parker. Glenna married her loving husband, James E. Wolf, Jr. on June 13, 1943 in Hutcheson, Kansas while James was in the service during World War II. The two then started a family which included four children. Glenna loved being a homemaker to her family. She was an amazing cook and loved to crochet. Later in life she took up painting. Glenna spent her Thursdays with her bridge club. She was a lady who loved to “go”. She didn’t care whether it be a day trip or vacation. Glenna loved to be with the people who loved her. Glenna’s grandchildren and great grandchildren loved to visit with her. She passed on her positive demeanor and love for coffee to her granddaughters. She will be dearly missed.
She is survived by her son James Wolf III and wife Judy of Yorktown, daughter Barbara Hale and husband Billy of Spring, son Scott Wolf and wife Suelyn of Yorktown, daughter Mary Ann Calderon and husband Santos of Cuero. She leaves behind nine grandchildren, Travis Wolf, Justin Wolf, Kingslea (Dan) Hale, Bill (Pat) Hale, Allison (Erasmo) Rios, Landon Wolf, Blake (Marissa) Wolf, Brandi (Jason) Carroll, Jayne Fortanas and 12 great-grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents and husband James Wolf Jr., brothers Kingsley “King” Parker, Lyndon Sanders and sister Joy Muegge.
Pallbearers will be Travis Wolf, Justin Wolf, Santos Calderon, Landon Wolf, Billy Hale and Jason Carroll. Honorary pallbearers are all of her Thursday Bridge Club Ladies.
Visitation 6-8 pm Wed. May 2, 2018 at Massey Funeral Home. Funeral Service 10:30 am Thurs. May 3, 2018 at Massey Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Westside Cemetery in Yorktown.
A special thanks is given by the family to Brenda of Accolade Hospice and staff. Thank you to Dr. Riedel for the extra special care for our mother throughout all these years. You have always been a good friend to the family. Thank you to Erma Villa and Olivia “Libby” Garza for caring for our mother and making sure she had everything she needed. We are grateful for you both. Thank you to Melissa Keseling for going above and beyond to help keep our mother comfortable and ensuring she was well taken care of during her final years. You are such a blessing to our family.
Special thank you to Pastor Roberta Parrillo of Yorktown Methodist Church. Your comfort to our family during this time will not be forgotten. Thank you and the Methodist ladies for making the trip to Cuero to visit our mother when she was homebound. She looked forward to your visits.
Memorials may be given to First Methodist Church of Yorktown, Accolade Hospice or donor’s choice.
You are invited to sign the online guest book at www.masseyfh.com.
Arrangements made by Massey Funeral Home, Yorktown, Texas 361-564-2900.