Mildred May (Anderson) Glidden

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GLIDDEN,
Mildred May (Anderson)

Passed away peacefully in her sleep February 5, 2011. She is survived by daughters Carolyn Dixon of Spokane, WA, and Sandra Lind of Springfield, VA, grandchildren Christopher Dixon of Spokane, Doug Dixon of Fishers, IN, Carolyn O'Neal of Stafford, VA, John Lind of Ashburn, VA, Jennifer Lind of Wilmette, IL, and Erik Lind of Springfield, VA. She is also survived by great grandchildren Braedin Dixon, Christopher Dixon, Alyssa Frey, Tommy and Brady O'Neal, Jack, Maddie and Will Lind, Christine, Davis, Hayden and Grace Ryan, and Bennett and Alice Lind.
Mildred was born to Edwin Booth and Goldie Anderson in Chillicothe, MO, on November 28, 1913. She married John Glidden of Lawrence, KS, on October 15, 1936, and they moved to Spokane, where John soon began building houses.
Mildred graduated from Chillicothe High School and Chillicothe Business College. She worked for 20 years as a secretary in the offices of Shadle Park and North Central High Schools.
She was a member of Audubon Park United Methodist Church, also Eastern Star, PEO, and Retired Secretaries of School District 81.
The memorial service for Mildred will be Saturday, February 26, at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Springfield, VA. A graveside service will be at Spokane Memorial Gardens at 11AM Wednesday, May 18, in Spokane.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to The Shriners Hospital for Children, 911 W. 5th Avenue, Spokane 99204.

Published in Spokesman-Review from Feb. 8 to Feb. 9, 2011
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