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Page 4A - The News - Friday, January 19, 2018 Glenn Ellen Pulley Glenn Ellen Pulley, born Jan. 11, 1934, went to be with the Lord Jan. 15, 2018 at 84 years of age. She was the youngest child of Josie and Jesse Cude of Malakoff. She married David R. "Pete" Pulley in 1951 and had three children. She and her husband were ministers and pas- tored Terrell First As- sembly of God Church for 42 years. She was ordained through Vic- tory Fellowship Interna- tional and retained her ordination at her death. She was preceded in death by her parents, 12 brothers, one sister, son David M. Pulley and husband Rev. D. R. "Pete" Pulley. She is survived by two daughters Kay Pul- ley and Carmen Pulley both of Mesquite, broth- er-in-law Dean Pulley of Athens, sister-in-law Joann Cude of Hous- ton, cousins Bud and Paul Cude, many that are like family at Ter- rell First Assembly of God Church and Dallas Rock of Ages Church. She has received extra special care by Pam Hiser, Bonita Wilborn, Marilyn Verm, Connie Tate, Donna Plemons, Mary Harwell and Mi- chelle Allen Parcisiliti. She always loved her special girl,Christina Jackson Bryant. Glenn loved to cook and especially liked to see people enjoy eat- ing and visiting. Her cooking was easy to enjoy because it was delicious. She loved to sing and had a strong alto voice. Her favorite activ- ities were traveling and shopping. Some of her dearest traveling buddies included Rev. Wayne and Rozella Brashear, Jack and Ro- chelle Mince, Beverly Dudley and Jo Turner. Her goal in life was Obituaries to get people to laugh and she certainly ful- filled her goal with most everyone she met.-Glenn never met a stranger and could strike up a conversation with anyone, anywhere. She particularly en- joyed being spoiled and she was considered "high maintenance"! She was known to be very effective at "giv- ing orders" (which her daughters can attest to) and would leave every- one with a final order to keep singing and be ready to meet the Lord. A celebration of Glenn's legacy will be held at 1 p.m Tues- day, Jan. 23, 2018, at Terrell's First Assem- bly of God, 203 Main St Terrell, 75160 with interment to follow at Oakland Memorial Park. The family will re- ceive friends from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m Mon- day, Jan. 22, 2018 at Max Slayton Funeral Chapel, 642 N. Rock- wall Ave in Terrell. Condolences and sto- ries may be shared with Glenn's family at www.maxslaytonfuner- als.com. Lona Mauk ChFC CLU LUTCF, Agent 710 E. Corsicana Street Athens, TX 75751 Bus: 903.675.5543 www.lonamauk.com 214 N. Terry Street Malakoff, TX 75148 Bus: 903.489.2266 www.lonamauk.net Please p by and say, "HIP' I'm looking forward to serving your needs for insurance and financial services. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL ME TODAY lerson or Cherlyn Ann Cantrell Cherlyn Ann Cantrell passed away Jan. 13, 2018 in Malakoff. Cherlyn was born in Dallas, July 4, 1958 to Charles and JoAnn Cantrell. She is preceded in death by her parents. Cherlyn's beautiful heart lives on in her sis- ter Jo Wilson and hus- band Norman, brothers Charles Cantrell, David Cantrell and wife Julie, Keith Cantrell and wife Rebecca and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will re- ceive visitors from 12 p.m.to 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19 at Huckabee-Tom- linson Funeral Home in Malakoff. Funeral services for Cherlyn will follow at 2 p.m. in the chapel with Bro. Frank Upchurch officiating. DID YOU Pallbearers mill be Ste- ven Cantrell, Brandon Wilson, Jarred Wilson, Jeremy Wilson, David Cantrell, Dustin Cantrell and Ethan Cantrell. Inter- ment will be in Post Oak Cemetery. Policy on obituaries The News publishes obituaries as paid for advertisements. As such, they appear as re- ceived, except for minor changes to coincide with the date of publication. Charges are generally, $50 per obituary and $25 more to include a photo. A simple death notice is printed without charge. For more infor- mation, speak to your burial services provider or call the .newspaper office at (903) 887-4511. MOVE? Don't miss a single newspaper issue call us I I with your new address, (903) 887-4511 holders held Jan. 16 Special to The News ATHENS-The Trin- ity Valley Community members, political lead- cess of a business. 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