Guest Book for Lucretia (McGibony) Glass

Provided by McCommons Funeral Home

Posted by: Teri Stewart
Tue July 14, 2015
Allison and family I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I have so many wonderful memories of the times I spent in your home! Miss Lucretia will always have a special place in my heart! To this day I still use whole cloves as a breath mint...something I learned from your mama!
Much love,
Teri
 

 
Posted by: Nat and Louise Harwell
Tue July 14, 2015
Paul, Allison, Leslie, Rainey and Tracey - you know how I loved your mom and how much I hurt for y'all.  At the same time, you know she's so much better now, and we can only imagine how many tales she and Mr. Harold are swapping now.  But for now, I know you miss her and it'll take some time before you really start conversing with her again and realize that love overcomes everything - even the apartness brought on by physical death.  Y'all are certainly in my prayers.
 

 
Posted by: Jane Cobb
Tue July 14, 2015
My love, prayers and deepest sympathy. I loved your mom and consider her one of my friends. I was so glad to have a recent visit in her home and then see her at Savannah Court after some time of not seeing her. I loved her piano playing and laughter. Much  love, Jane Cobb
 

 
Posted by: Bobbie Jones
Tue July 14, 2015
Leslie & family,  We are so sorry in the loss of your mom.  She was always one of the sweetest and funniest ladies we ever have known.  Please let us know if we can do anything for you.  Heaven is richer with her there.

Love,

Bobbie, Ricky, Heather & Bay
 

 
Posted by: Amy Duvall Davis
Tue July 14, 2015
I am sorry for your loss, Mrs. Lucretia and Mr. Harold were wonderful people.  You are in our thoughts and prayers.
 

 
Posted by: Crystal Callaway Jackson
Tue July 14, 2015
Allison, Leslie, Rainee and Tracey-It was my honor to be able to work with your mom at Greene County DFCS for 10 years.  She was such a special lady and someone that I looked up to.  We had a lot of good times together, shopping, with a lot of laughs.  I looked to her for advice and thought of her as my second mother.  I loved her and will always cherish my memories of our times together.  I know that she is now with Harold again in Heaven and she is able to see clearly again!  Your entire family is in my thoughts and prayers.  Heaven has another angel tonight!
 

 
Posted by: Emmett and Shirley Caldwell
Tue July 14, 2015
Our thoughts and prayers are with each member of the Glass Family during
this time and in the days and weeks to come.  Ms. Lucretia  was a SPECIAL
LADY.
 

 
Posted by: Bill Crawford
Tue July 14, 2015
Paul and family..I am so sorry for your loss..your mom will be dearly missed here on earth but heaven is much richer now..prayers and thoughts are for the family..
 

 
Posted by: J. Smith Oliver
Tue July 14, 2015
Lucretia and my oldest sister, Murlene Oliver, graduated together and the McGibony family was always in our lives there in Greensboro as I grew up.
Harold and my Brother-In-Law Link Veazey were very close friends after WWII when Link was back home, attended Univ. of Ga. & married my other sister, Virginia Oliver.
Lucretia was always very kind and sweet to all who knew her well.
May she Rest in Peace with our Christ and Savior,  Jesus and his Father, the
Lord God Almighty.
 

 
Posted by: Kent and Melinda Walker
Tue July 14, 2015
We are so sorry for your loss.  Your mother was such a special lady and always enjoyed everyone she saw!  I know how much you will miss her. Thinking of all of you!
 

 
Posted by: Janice (Thornton) Coile
Wed July 15, 2015
My thought and prayers are with ya'll at this. I remember how sweet and gracious your mom was when I would come to the house with Teri to visit Allison.  She will be missed by many but know the memories will be alive forever.
 

 
Posted by: BillGlass
Wed July 15, 2015
Our thought and prayers are with you... I have very fond childhood memories of Lucretia and Harold, what a wonderful sweet lady. Loved the picture of her with her cat..

Bill Glass & family
 

 
Posted by: Debbie Walker
Wed July 15, 2015
Tracey, I am so, so sorry to hear about your Mom. I didn't know her, but I know she was a special lady because she raised such a special daughter. You & your family are in my thoughts & prayers. Take care.
 

 
Posted by: Herb & Jan Thurmond
Thu July 16, 2015
So sorry for your loss and thinking about each of you at this time.
 

 
Posted by: Rebecca Long (fna Becky Phelps)
Thu July 16, 2015
Very sorry to learn of "Miss" Lucretia's passing.  Please know that your family has been in my thoughts this week and that I grieve alongside of you.  Many fond memories from my "formative" years include Lucretia in her role as pianist at First Baptist Church in Greensboro, especially on Sunday afternoons during youth choir rehearsals.  She was so much FUN--a bundle of energy, always laughing, generally "cutting up" with us about something.  We affectionately called her "Critter" which she loved.  When Bill and I became engaged, her vision loss was already somewhat advanced and she hesitated when I asked her to play for our wedding.  But I couldn't even imagine anyone else doing it, so we made an agreement that I would only select "oldies but goodies" that she already knew by heart.  A special day made even more special with her at the keys!  And you "girls" hold a special place in my heart, too, since all of you babysat for me.  As an only child, I remember being amazed that there were FOUR of you.  (Plus Paul, of course--sorry, Paul, but you didn't babysit!)  When Mom called, it was like playing the lottery with 100% chance of winning--I didn't care which one of you was available, because you were all tons of fun!  Always so exciting when Mom got off the phone and "announced" which one of you was coming over to play!  So, anyway, I hope that sharing a few memories of how much your family has meant to me through the years helps in some small way to lessen your sorrow.
 

 
Posted by: Roddy and Barbara McCommons
Sat July 18, 2015
Roddy and I were so sorry to hear about Mrs. Lucretia.  She was such a special lady. We always tried to visit her on our trips to Greensboro.  We loved to reminisce with her of old times.  We are very sorry that we were not able to attend the services, but please know that you all have been in our thoughts and prayers and continue to be in the days ahead.  Your family has always been very special to the McCommons family.
Our love to all,
Roddy and Barbara
 

 
Posted by: patrick Tice
Sun July 19, 2015
Your first mother was my second mother. She understood me and accepted me and loved me as if she was my mama. She laughed with me and cried with me when I was struggling through some terrible times in my youth. Unconditionally.
There is no finer example of a follower of Christ than she.
Patrick Tice
 

 
Posted by: Stuart Egan
Mon July 20, 2015
I am so sorry for your loss. When I remember growing up in Greensboro, Miss Lucretia would always come to mind. She was at church every Sunday playing the piano, but she always had a kind word for me. She had an amazing sense of humor and an uncanny ability to relate to young people.
 

 
Posted by: Ronnie and Judy Finch
Thu July 23, 2015
Paul, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing.  We did not know it until Sunday at church. Our prayers are with your family.
 

 
Posted by: Johnnie and Jane Satterfield
Fri July 24, 2015
So sorry to hear about your mom.Thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

 
Posted by: Carolyn Silvey Myers
Thu July 30, 2015
Allison and family, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.  Some of my earliest memories are of your mother.  When we were in kindergarten, I recall her sitting at the piano playing for all the children to sing.  Whenever the congregation at First Baptist sang, it seems that Miss Lucretia was at the piano. She was such a beautiful person. We are so much richer for having had her as a part of our lives.   Love, Carolyn