Ron, Gary, Karen, Kathy and family: It has been many years since I have seen Aunt Gladys. She was my mother's, Laura Bowman Currey,younger sister. When we all lived in Springfield, Oh, we saw each other often. Aunt Gladys even helped to take care of my brother, Jerry Currey, and me (Marlene Currey Gifford), when our mother was ill. Ron was very little at that time. I remember her laugh and of course Uncle George seemed to smile a lot. We had good times together and now have fond memories. I sent a card to her this past Christmas but do not know if she received it. I am sorry to hear of her passing. Please accept our sincere sympathy.
She was the absolute BEST Mother-in Law anyone girl could ever ask for. Kind, loving, accepting and always there whenever I needed to talk or share something. Her love was abundant and she always made me feel as much apart of her family as her own children. The thing I remember about Gladys, is that she was the most incredible business women I have known. Her book-keeping and organization was admired by all. She will be missed and will be in our daily thoughts. We know she is with her George now and is at peace! Gladys, You are loved! Linda
Although it has been many years since I've seen Aunt Gladys, I will always have fond memories of her and Uncle George. I have recently been going through Grandma and Grandpa Currey's photos and have run across many of Gladys and George. Yes, fond memories indeed.
JO-ANN AND I WILL MISS HER DEEPLY. WE ALWAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO SEE HER, AND BE INVOLVED IN FAMILY FUN. SHE WAS A SECOND MOTHER TO ME. DAVE AND JO-ANN ROSELL.
Ron, Gary, Karen, Kathy and rest of the family: Please accept our sincere sympathy. Aunty Gladys was a great woman, a wonderful Aunt and will always remember her great laugh and smile. Love to you all.
Bonnie & Ed Botschner