Glenda Falletti

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Glenda Dolores Falletti of Conroe, Texas, was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, great-aunt, and friend who went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Friday, May 27, 2016. She was born on August 20, 1935, in Barbers Hill, Texas, to Irene and Lee Williamson. Her family lived in Liberty, Texas, for a while, later moving to Conroe, where Dolores graduated from Conroe High School in 1953. She attended college at Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas, returning to the Conroe area to marry and raise her children. For many years, she attended Mims Baptist Church in Conroe where she often served as choir director. During those years, she was also a valued employee at University Savings and at First Federal Savings and Loan. For the past several years, she was a faithful member of First Baptist Church of Conroe. Most importantly, in her youth, Dolores made the decision to follow Jesus Christ, and she served Him faithfully throughout her life.

In addition to her parents, Dolores was preceded in death by her husband Matthew "Mickey" Falletti and her brothers, Jerry Williamson and Gary Williamson. She is survived by: her daughter Dianna Carter, of Montgomery, Texas; her son Tom Carter and his wife Darlene, of Humble, Texas; her son Kevin Carter and his wife Rhonda, of Lufkin, Texas; grandchildren Matthew Carter of Houston, Texas, Leah Adair and husband Mitch, Hannah Robinson and husband Nolan, all of Kingwood, Texas; grandchildren Jacob Carter, Kylie Carter, and Faith Carter, all of Huntington, Texas; great-grandson Grant Adair, of Kingwood, Texas ; sister-in-law Debbie Williamson, of Conroe; nephew Brent Williamson, of Dallas, Texas; niece Claire Crawford and her husband Aaron, of Spring, Texas; great-niece Lily Crawford; her best friend for over fifty years, Dorothy Langston; and many extended family members.

Serving the Lord and loving her family and friends were Dolores's greatest passions. She often found herself in the role of advisor or mentor; she was a source of inspiration and strength for many. Her family, friends, and neighbors knew they could always go to her for prayer and encouragement. Recent health problems prevented her from serving as actively in her church and community as she had in the past, but she loved attending Sunday classes and services when she could, studying the Bible, spending time with family and friends, and listening to her favorite Bible teachers. Dolores was a woman of great faith, integrity, and spirit. Her absence here leaves a void, but many wonderful memories as well. D. L. Moody once told people not to believe any future newspaper account of his death because at that moment he would be more alive than ever. Dolores Falletti would say the same today.


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