Glenda Renay (Lindall) Pratt
May 22, 2014
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|Glenda Renay Lindall (Pratt) passed away suddenly on May 22nd while on vacation in Mexico. Although her life, to us, was cut short it helps to know that she is now resting in the arms of her precious Lord and Savior. Glenda is now in eternal peace where she will start her heavenly life and have all that God promises us. We WILL see her again!
Glenda was born on December 27th, 1969. Since the age of 11 Glenda grew up in Conway and graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1988. She graduated from nursing school at Skagit Valley College in 1997. She then started her R.N. career as a Labor and Delivery Nurse at Skagit Valley Hospital where she was also a certified birthing coach and lactation nurse. Glenda continued on in her education and graduated from the University of Washington in 2001 getting her BSN. She was devoted to her job and to the hospital for the past 17 years and absolutely loved it and all the people she worked with. Glenda loved being a part of bringing a miracle into the world. For the past three years Glenda was also working at Mount Vernon Woman's clinic which she enjoyed very much. She had a desire to do more and was able to go on a mission trip to Haiti last year. Glenda felt very blessed to have been able to be a part of helping those in such dire need for medical care in a third world country. She was a leader in all that she did and always did her best to put others first. We were so proud of her and all that she accomplished in her life!
First and foremost, Glenda was a devoted mother to her two daughters, Veronica and Olivia; they were her everything and she was their best friend. They shared a unique bond that is irreplaceable. She was an extraordinary volunteer with the Conway school and also served as PTA president for two years. She had a great impact on those children and was greatly appreciated. Glenda was a very loving daughter, sister, aunt, cousin, wife, daughter-in-law and friend. She was blessed to have many friends and she cherished the times she spent with each and every one of them.
Glenda was preceded in death by her grandparents Karl (Dorothy) Lindall; grandfather, Melvin Sheridan; grandmother, Virginia Huttenstine; grandparents, Lumen (Martha) Davidson; grandfather, Ben Pratt; aunt, Jo Bouchard; aunt, Betty Whittle; uncle, Mark Huttenstine; aunt, Kathy Huttenstine; uncle, Andy Prosser; nephew, William Stone. She is survived by her parents, (father) Damon and (step-mother) Lottie Lindall; (mother) Carol and (step-father) Andy Huttenstine; grandmother, Ruby Sheridan; sister, Donna (Gene) McMillan and nephew, Joshua; step-sister Daleene (Leroy) Steiner and nephews, Nathan and Nicholas; step-sister Karla (Richard) Snider and nephews, Garret and Wyatt; step-brother Harvey (Peanut) Stone and nephews, Keith and Eric and niece Amy; step-brother Larry (Tennille) Stone and nieces Alexandria and Deneese, nephew James; step-sister, Sophia (Stacy) Woodland and nephews Monte & Michael; uncle David (Marcella) Sheridan; aunt, Beverly (Paul) Stene; aunt Phyllis Prosser; aunt Charolette (Steve) Martin; uncle Ervin (Isle) Lindall; uncle Doug (Suzanne) Huttenstine; uncle Alan Huttenstine; uncle Joe (Suzanne) Huttenstine; aunt Bonnie (Mike) Noble; aunt Rose (Gary) Buttram; father and mother-in-law Dennis (Cheryl) Pratt; sister-in-law Angela (Jake) Pederson and nieces, Madison, Elly and Izzy; Veronica and Olivia's father Tony Pratt. Glenda is also survived by numerous cousins and second cousins. She loved her family and friends very much and they meant the world to her. We will cherish the memories we made with her and will miss her so very much. Until we meet again, rest in Peace Glenda. You will be carried in our hearts forever.
Viewing will be held Friday, May 30 2014 from 11:00am until 6:00pm at Hawthorne Funeral Home in Mount Vernon. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, May 31, 2014 2:oo pm at Bethany Covenant Church in Mount Vernon with a reception to follow in the Church’s fellowship hall.
Glenda will be laid to rest at Fir-Conway Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers there will be a memorial fund set up for Veronica and Olivia to be announced at a later date.