Age 60, It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Glenda May (Smith) Angle of Halifax, N.S. on May 3rd 2018 at the QEII. Glenda was born on Sep 26 1958 She was a daughter of the late was Kenneth Smith and beautiful mother, Rose Walsh. Glenda grew up in Hammonds Plains, N.S. and became a mom at the young age seventeen. Shane was the brightest part of her life, anyone who knew her knew that she was so enormously proud of him. She proudly displayed his art and always bragged! She fell in love a second time when her little princess Chloe was born. Glenda was in her glory. This gave her more reason to be proud of Shane, she watched him become a man and raise his baby girl with Erin.
Glenda was incredibly talented, she could create anything with her hands. She taught her nieces how to knit and sew. She was the famous “Aunty-G” who had the best childlike sense of humour. She often played pranks and did hilariously inappropriate things like spray her young nieces with water guns and drive away laughing that incredible BIG laugh. Another famously, naughty prank was lying to poor old aunt Blanch that Carol named her youngest daughter after her, Ashley was always called Blanch :) Although Glenda may have not achieved as much as she could have had she been dealt a different hand, she definitely had a huge impact on the peoples lives she touched. She loved with all of her heart and soul, she would be enraged when people she loved were hurting. No one loved like her and no one got mad like her either.
She was complicated, stubborn, and one of the nicest, most compassionate people many have ever known. Glenda spoke on the phone daily to her sister/ earth angel Carol for over 30 years. Those two could really talk:). Glenda was the baby of the family and is survived by her two older sisters, Diane McDonald and Carol Ramsay, as well as her son Shane Angle, daughter- in- law Erin, and grand- daughter Chloe, in addition to many nieces and nephews.
There will not be a service dedicated to Glenda, because she didn’t want to cause a fuss, instead we ask that you celebrate her life by taking a moment to slow down, appreciate your loved ones, hug a little longer and be there for each other. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Diabetes association and online condolences may be made by visiting www.walkerfh.com