Glenda Garza

  • Born: October 7, 1959
  • Died: November 9, 2011
  • Location: Channelview, Texas

San Jacinto Memorial Park and Funeral Home

14659 East Freeway
14659 Market Street Rd
Houston, TX 77015
Tel. (713) 453-7114

Tribute & Message From The Family

Message From The Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Glenda by adding your memories and photos.

Glenda Garza, 52, born in Port Lavaca, Texas went to be with her Lord Wednesday, November 9, 2011. She is preceded in death by her grandparents Clifton and Gertrude Haley, father Glen Hardin, and niece Tabitha Hendrickson.
Survived by her mother Dorothy Carter, children: Jamie Gilliam and wife Stephanie; Carlos Garza and wife Kelly; Christina Garza; Thomas Garza and wife Dianna; and Rebecca Garza. Also survived by 3 grandchildren, and sister's Tammy Hall, Sandy Blanks, and Donna Hardin.


Condolence & Memory Journal

Well its been 5 yrs now that you have been gone. Words alone can't show how much that I miss you. I think about you everyday. Especially since I am living in your house with mother right now. It makes me feel so close to you. I love you more with each passing day. some days I feel as though you are still here with us. One day I will see you and Tabitha again and we will rejoice. Please continue to be my guardian angel and keep us all safe. I love you forever.

Posted by Sandy Blanks    November 12, 2016

Well its been 4 years since you left us. I think about you every single day. I still can't believe that you are not here. You were the glue that kept our family together. We are broken now and will never be the same. I love you so much.

Posted by Your loving sister Sandy    November 12, 2015


Sorry that I'm almost a year late, didn't know this existed, just stumbled across it by accident. That sort of stuff happens sometimes when you get to busy to keep intouch with the people you love. I would like to apologize to Sandy and to the rest of the family for not being around when Glenda passed. May the Lord be with you all.

I knew Glenda for so many years and have so many great memories that I wouldn't even know where to begin. My only regret is that we fell out of contact over the years. We were best of friends in high school. She will always be in my heart and the moments we shared I will always treasure.

Posted by Deborah Sorenson - Houston, TX - friend   September 24, 2012

We all sincerely do miss Glenda and hope and that pray that her family remembers all that was good about her. Glenda would always come in and say good morning to us. One thing I know is that she is missing all of you as much as you are missing her.

Posted by Texas Iron and Metal employees - houston, TX - friends   December 30, 2011


I am sorry for the loss of Glenda. I missed her greatly when she was out for surgery. I have only known her through phone conversations and emails, but we became friends. She will be missed by all. Prayers to her family and co-workers.

Posted by Janiece Adams - Houston, TX - vendor associate   December 02, 2011



Posted by Sandy Blanks - Conroe, TX - Loving Sister   November 17, 2011

So many of my favorite childhood memories include Glenda. When all of us (Tammy, Glenda, Sandy and Donna) would spend entire summers at the farm. Fishing at the tank, not sure if we ever caught very much. Playing baseball in the field and helping Grandma and Grandpa haul hay. Then there were the Christms and Thanksgiving get togethers. We always sat around on summer nights and listened to the American top 40 countdown. Simple things but we always had a great time. I know that we will all miss Glenda very much but I take comfort in knowing that we will all be together again. I pray God's comfort and strength for her entire family.

Posted by John Harris - Katy, TX   November 14, 2011


I was thinking about our time together and I remember how kind you were to me. I can't believe you are gone. You and your family forever hold a place in my heart. Thoughts and prayers to them through this time of grief. I hope that they remember the good times and your endearing soul. You are missed by many.

Posted by Noelle - League City, TX - Friend   November 14, 2011


You was always there for me sweet sister. You always made sure I was ok even when your world was crashing down on you. I am going to miss talking to you for hours on end and all the things we done together. I miss you so much but I know you are out of pain and in Gods arms now. But I just wish I could talk to you one last time to tell you how much you meant to me and how very much I love you and how much I am going to miss you. One day we will meet again but until then the world has lost one of its shinning stars.

Posted by Donna Hardin - New Caney, TX - Sister   November 13, 2011


Sending Prayers for the whole Family..God Bless You All.

Posted by Denise (Wilkerson) Bowman - ADOLPHUS, KY - friend   November 13, 2011


So young and So beautiful. Will be missed by many.. She is in Gods arms now and did not have to suffer.. Those of us left behind can and will be strong for Her and her family and friends.. Remember, we all need each other in the time of loss...

Posted by trish woolwine - houston, TX - friend   November 13, 2011

She was a very sweet lady. I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that the family is in my prayers.

Posted by Sharon Harrison - Channelview, TX   November 12, 2011

I can not imagine you not being in my life anymore. Knowing that I will never hear your voice anymore. I love you and will miss you everyday of my life. Thank you for everything that you always did for me and my kids. I am so glad that Samantha got to meet her great Aunt. Kiss my angel for me and until we meet again I will NEVER forget you. I love you Always and Forever.

Your loving Sister

Posted by Sandy Blanks - Conroe, TX - Sister   November 12, 2011

I will keep the family in my prayers through this difficult time. May God grant you peace and lift you up.

Posted by Trish Hunter - spring, TX - friend of family   November 12, 2011

I am praying for this family, that God gives them the strength to get through this most difficult time and help each other through. I am so sorry about the loss of Glenda.

Posted by Margie Casey - Channelview, TX   November 10, 2011

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