Glenda-Ringle-Obituary

Glenda Sue Kinslow Ringle

Dallas, Texas

1951 - 2018

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RINGLE, Glenda Sue Kinslow Glenda Sue Kinslow Ringle was born in Temple, Texas on December 14th, 1951 to Ross and Mona Kinslow. Sue is survived by her husband, Brett, to whom she was married for 45 years. She is also survived by her son, Kyle, who recently graduated from law school at SMU, as...

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Losing a loved one is never easy, but our loving god promises to give the strength and courage youll need to endure, and to cope with the pain of your loss. He also promises to hold your hand every step of the way. (Isaiah 40:29, 41:10, 13)

Our hearts go out to you, Brett and Kyle. Please accept our most sincere sympathy.

Gail and Steve Brookshire

Dear Friends,
My name is Don Wall and I was a classmate with Sue in the Temple High
senior class of 1970. Sue was a very friendly and nice young lady at all times and she was well thought of by the other classmates. I too went to UT and I think about 20 0f us in the 1970 class ended up down at Austin. It was a good time to be alive with Coach Royal at the helm. I would like to express to you my most sincere sympathy in the home going of Sue. Our 1970 class motto...

Glenda Sue is sorely missed by her family. Please accept my sincere condolences. Take comfort from our heavenly Father who comforts all.

A loving and fun childhood friend that lived down the street... We had such a grand childhood together.
Sue had a sparkle in her eyes that you always knew she was your true friend. Our world is less one of God's angels, but now an angel in heaven rejoicing. We all shall miss you.

Wonderful family and such a sweet Susie Kinslow growing up with us in Temple. Truly saddened to hear of her loss. From a family friend dating back to the 1950's in Temple, we cherish your memory and celebrate your life. Our prayers are with you as you grieve, but knowing that the Good Lord has his arms around her is a blessing we all hope to share. RIP Sweet Lady. In Christ's name we pray. With much love, Carleton Wilkes

Sweet Susie... my childhood friend. We played lots of jacks, hula hooped and rode bikes together. Though we did not stay in touch over the years, our roots run deep, and I am saddened to hear of her illness and passing. Carole and family, my heart hurts for you. My love, prayers and deepest sympathy .... though in Christ we do not grieve as the world grieves. Blessings, Jan (Perry)

My sincere condolences for the loss of dear Sue. May GOD comfort her Family and heal your broken hearts. Ps. 147:3.

C.P.,La.