Glenda Faye Tate<div>Taylorsville - . <p><em><strong>Celebrating the life of Mrs. Glenda Faye (McClinton) Tate:</strong></em></p> <p><em><strong>Glenda Faye (McClinton) Tate</strong></em>, lovingly known as "Linda", was the daughter of the late Bessie Mae Patterson of Waco, North Carolina and the late Kelley Montgomery of Blacksburg, South Carolina. She was born the 9th child out of nine children, on April 17, 1952 in Waco, North Carolina.</p> <p>She is also preceded in death by her sisters Darlene Fears (Cleveland, Ohio), Francis Tate and Essie Patterson of Shelby, North Carolina.</p> <p>Glenda attended school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and later moved back to Shelby, North Carolina and attended Shelby High School.<br /> She later married Lloyd Ivey Tate, Sr. and became a homemaker for their nine children. Mrs. Tate was married for 52 years to Mr.Tate.</p> <p>During this union they created nine children. Anna Camp (Travis), Lanell Tate, Lisa Filali-adib (Nabil), Lloyd Ivey Tate Jr.(Elenice), Tracy Littlejohn (John), April Osborne (Martin), Timothy Tate,Shawn Tate (Renee), and Charles Tate (Samantha).</p> <p>She also leaves behind 24 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren, whom she loved dearly.</p> <p>Mrs.Tate leaves to cherish fond memories two sisters Louise Montgomery of Philadelphia, PA, Bettyanne Hogue of Cleveland, Ohio, two brothers Bobby Montgomery and Jessie McClinton of Shelby, NC. A host of nieces, nephews, and cousins, with two special cousins - Maryann Simms and Judy Hartgrove.</p> <p>Funeral Services will be at 11:30 am Saturday July 4, 2020, at Washington Missionary Baptist Church in Waco, North Carolina. Visitation 11am- 11:30am Services will be conducted by Pastor Melvin Clark. Burial will be at Washington Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery.</p> </div> <div> </div> <div> </div>
April 17, 1952 - June 29, 202004/17/195206/29/2020
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