COLEMAN Glenda Beth Seals Hollabaugh, age 80, passed away Monday, Aug. 4, 2014. Visitation was held Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Stevens Funeral Home, 400 W. Pecan St., Coleman, Texas, with a graveside service in Coleman Cemetery pavilion with the Rev. Daniel Stovall officiating. Interment followed in Coleman Cemetery. Glenda was born to Clyde Wilson Seals and Mary Neva Wilson Seals on Feb. 9, 1934, in Coleman County. She attended Cross Roads School as a girl and later graduated from Coleman High School. As a young lady, she worked as a cosmetologist at Owl Drug Store, an operator at General Telephone and saleswoman for Earle Smith's Jewelry. Glenda married James Thompson in the early 1950's and they had one daughter, Sherrie. After divorcing, she helped run the Dairy Mart in Coleman for many years up into the 1960's. After this she moved to Abilene and worked various jobs in banking and as a dental assistant. She met Raymond Hollabaugh while in Abilene and they married Dec. 23, 1970. Ray was in the Air Force and his career kept them moving to new places such as Louisiana, California and eventually back to San Angelo, Texas. During this time she worked for Texas Commerce Bank and retired in 1995. She was a member of Grace Temple Baptist Church in San Angelo and cherished the friendships she made there. After both retiring, Glenda and Ray started RV-ing with their friends. They loved to travel into Colorado, New Mexico and the occasional trip to Branson, Missouri. She always made frequent trips back to Coleman to stay with family and visit her childhood friends. She loved cooking and homemade desserts, reading biographies, but her greatest joy in life was being Mimi and spending time with her family. Glenda is survived by her husband, Ray Hollabaugh of San Angelo; daughter Sherrie Love and husband Clay of Talpa; one grandson, Cole Love of Talpa; two stepchildren, Joni Hamric of Cedar Park and Rodger Hollabaugh and wife Becky of Breckenridge; five granddaughters, Shawna Atkinson and husband Nick of Round Rock, Lindsey Giles and husband Jacob of Abilene, Savanna Hankins and husband Rayme of Stephenville, Jayme Vaughn and husband Kelby of Stephenville and Cydnee Lowe of Breckenridge; two sisters, Doris McCulloch of Coleman and Chrystal Jennings of Victoria; five great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents; aunts; and uncles. Donations may be made to the
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Stevens Funeral Home - Coleman
400 West Pecan Street
Coleman, TX 76834
Published in GoSanAngelo from Aug. 6 to Aug. 7, 2014