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October 21, 1938 - September 1, 2016
Is death the last sleep? No, it is the last final awakening.
- Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)
On September 1st, Glenda Scott Fults, passed away in Houston at age 77 after several years of declining health. Born in Murchison, Texas she was the daughter of Coy Scott and Clara Lee Carnes Scott. Glenda spent her early years in Murchison and grew up in Houston and in Venezuela before entering San Marcos Academy when her parents moved to Venezuela. In high school she excelled in team sports and in her senior year was a drum major at the Academy.
She graduated from the University of Houston with a BA degree in Education and was married to Bernie Max Fults of Alto, Texas. She is survived by two sons William Scott of Houston and Steven Hoyt Fults of Livingston and one grandson Derek Fults. Glenda was employed in the Houston and Pasadena School systems for many years before taking a job with the Department of Defense Dependent Schools in Germany where she taught elementary school for 17 years in Zweibrucken and Kaiserslautern until her retirement. Always strongly interested in her Scottish ancestry, she served as representative of the Clan Scott Society as State Commissioner for Texas and as International Commissioner while living in Europe.
Glenda is survived by her sons Scott and Steven and grandson Derek and one brother Clark (Buddy) Scott of Virginia, several nieces and nephews and many cousins; and will be laid to eternal rest on October 22nd at Oaklawn Memorial cemetery in Athens, Texas.
Love lives on in the hearts of all who remember and care.
Published on October 20, 2016
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