1934 Glenna 2020

Mrs. Glenna K. Oldham

September 23, 1934 — December 11, 2020

Glenna K. Oldham Ridgeland, MS Mrs. Glenna K. Oldham, 86, passed away on Friday, December 11, 2020 at Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland, MS. She will be laid to rest next to her husband of 58 years, Mr. Alvin Ray Oldham, in New Hope Church of God Cemetery, Pioneer, LA. In lieu of flowers, family kindly requests donations be made in her memory to Mid-America Christian University, 3500 SW 119th St., Oklahoma City, OK 73170 Mrs. Oldham was born September 23, 1934 in West Carroll Parish, LA to Murrel W. Kennedy and Lolita Luttrell Kennedy. She attended and was an active member of several Church of God congregations where she fulfilled various roles as needed including Sunday School Teacher, Pianist, and Organist. She also loved to sing alto, especially with her sisters. Mrs. Oldham was also a published Christian author. Most importantly though, she was a lifelong and faithful servant of our Lord. Mrs. Oldham was preceded in death by her husband, Alvin Ray Oldham; parents, Murrel and Lolita Kennedy; and one sister, Murleta Holley. Left to cherish her memory three children, Randy Oldham (Karen) of West Monroe, LA, Jana Clark (Scott) of Vonore, TN, and Lora Martin (Tim) of Terry, MS; one brother, Elton W. Kennedy (Anne) of Mer Rouge, LA; one sister, Sylvia Grubbs (Dwight) of Anderson, IN; seven grandchildren: Rev. Neil Oldham (Julie); Krystin Clark Flowers (Henry), Alisa Clark, Mickinzi Clark Moon (Bryce), Dillon Martin (Holly), Kali Martin, and Brianna Martin; five great-grandchildren: Hadley Oldham, Peter Oldham, Ezekiel Flowers, Isaac Flowers, and Elliotte Flowers; and a host of other relatives and friends. Online guestbook may be signed at chancellorfuneralhome.com.
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