Gloria Delair Armstrong McMeans

Born: 01/29/1955 Passed:

Gloria Delair Armstrong McMeans departed her earthly journey on Friday, Dec 29, 2017, she was 62 years of age. Gloria entered into this world from the union of Mable Rosetta Brown and Dave Armstrong Jr. on January 29, 1955 in Memphis, Tennessee.

Gloria is preceded in death by her parents Mable and Dave Armstrong Jr.; elder sister Rosetta Armstrong; and elder brother Ronald Armstrong. Gloria leaves to cherish her precious and beautiful memory loving daughters Ja’Niza McMeans-Howard of Atlanta, Georgia; Evonne and Kelly McMeans of Canton Ohio; her eldest brother Ernest (Gladys) Pate of Milwaukee, WI; and her baby sister Eartha (Damon) Beasley of Canton, Ohio; Grandchildren E’Mari McMeans; Ma’Kayla and Micah Howard; Kiah King; and Ka’Miah Pryor; niece Ta’Ronda (Will) Clark of Cincinnati Ohio; nephew Caleb Beasley of Canton, Ohio; a few close friends, a host of associates, nieces, nephews, co-workers, and family.

Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest Matthew 11:28. Gloria’s wishes were for the living to remember her as a child of God, a mother, sister, grandmother, auntie, friend and mentor to all those whom she loved and encountered.

The family will not offer a memorial service or a funeral upon the request of their loved one. Condolences can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society

330-875-5770

 

7 Tributes to Gloria Delair Armstrong McMeans

  1. Phillip Prince says:

    I remember meeting her for the 1st time after hanging out With her daughters and being told “Call me Glo.” Glo has been like a mother to me and my friend, always welcomed me into her home. The last thing she told me was thank you for being a friend. I’m glad I was and that she is in the Lords hands now. Truly missed, dearly and loved.

  2. Helen Green-Curry says:

    Gloria was a quite person most of the time, who never had anything bad to say about anybody. She worked hard at Canton Preschool and loved the kids. She was someone you could talk to easily and a friend to all. Prayers for her family, remember all the fond memories Gloria has left you with.

  3. Your middle child Evonne says:

    I wish you didn’t have to go so soon.. I wish you could’ve stayed here forever but you were tired and I have to accept that..life will never be the same without you in it, and I hope you felt loved by us and knew that we would do anything for you.. I am so inconsolable these days but I know I will eventually be ok..you left some big shoes to fill and I will represent you to the fullest because I know you would not have it any other way..I love you mommy forever and always..sweet dreams until that great getting up morning 💞

  4. Terri Moore-Sells says:

    Family, I have so many good memories of Sister Gloria, we shared many meals and lots of laughs as we traveled in the Lords works at New Hope SDA church.. I pray God keep you in his warm embrace until we meet again in Heaven.

  5. Eartha Armstrongbeasley says:

    My sister my love I miss you and you’re so loved and I wish you was still here… rest my sis take you’re beautiful sleep!! You’re not hurting with pain…. I will always cherish the memories and I knew you cared… until we meet again I’m going to keep you in my heart!!! ❤️❤️

  6. Kiah king says:

    It’s sad knowing my Grammy is gone . It’s really hard knowing I wasn’t there for her last few years … she was the only grandparent I had a relationship with and I wanted her there for my graduation but she will because she’s gonna always be in my heart 😇

  7. Jenita Thomas-Taylor says:

    Oh My heart aches….

    As years pass, we age and our lives are directed in other directions. We may reach out less but we hold that place in our hearts belonging to our love one.

    Gloria was a loving God fearing woman who accepted me just as I am into her heart and family.

    With heartfelt love and appreciation I thank her for being a wonderful friend and sister-n-law. I’m so thankful to God I was able to thank her in
    life.

    To her family I say….through your tears thank our Heavenly Father for delivering her from the worldly pain. She has her wings now and pain free.

    Love you all.

    Lovingly
    Jenita Thomas-Taylor
    🙏🏾❤️🙏🏾

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