Glenda Mary Malburg |

Glenda Mary Malburg

Glenda Mary Malburg was born in Steamboat Springs, Co on December 18th, 1937 and passed away on December 15th, 2014 in Ross, CA. She was raised in Craig, CO and attended Loretto Heights College in Denver where she received her bachelor’s degree in nursing. She followed her passion for helping people as a registered nurse until her retirement in 1999. She spent her life interested in the creative arts, including drawing, painting, knitting, sewing, and quilting. She also loved her volunteer work at HodgePodge, a thrift store that benefits Hospice by the Bay. She is fondly remembered as a loving Mother, Grandmother and friend. Caring, smart, witty, and friendly, Glenda was a woman who spoke her mind through a few gentle words and humor. Her smile could light up a room, and her sense of humor was absolutely unforgettable. She genuinely loved life and spending time with her family and friends. She was the best Grandma to her three Grandchildren: William, Isabella, and Cicely who affectionately called her “Gigi.”
She is survived by her daughters, Kelly Hunscher of Ross, CA and Mary Martin of Grand Junction, CO; Son in Law, Bill Hunscher; grandchildren, William, Isabella, and Cicely Hunscher; brother, James Scott, and his wife Carla, and their son, Craig of Ft. Collins, CO; and numerous other relatives. To say that Glenda’s passing has left a hole in many hearts is an understatement. Our lives will not be the same without her.
A celebration of her life will be held at St. Anselm Church, 97 Shady Lane, Ross, CA on Saturday, December 20th at 10:00 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, she has requested that donations be made in her memory to The Marin Cancer Institute, or Hospice By The Bay,

Glenda Mary Malburg died on December 15, 2014 in Ross, CA. She was 76 years old. She is survived by her brother: James Scott and family of Ft. Collins, CO. Her daughters: Mary Martin of Grand Junction, CO and Kelly Hunscher of Ross, CA. Son in law: Bill Hunscher and Grandchildren: William, Isabella and Cicely Hunscher.

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