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Obituary:

Glenda Lou Tilley Bull of Winfield, Alabama

Age:  78

Born:  June 23, 1941, in Winfield Alabama, to the late Glenn Porter Tilley and Mary Webster Tilley.

Died:  July 10, 2019, at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Visitation:  6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Thursday, July 11, 2019, at the Bowen Funeral Home in Winfield, Alabama.

Service:  2:00 p.m., Friday, July 12, 2019, at the Bowen Funeral Home Chapel.

Burial:  Harmony Grove Cemetery, Marion County, Alabama.

Officiating:  Brother Steve Stamps and Brother C. W. Box

Survived By:

Husband:  Robert Bull

Daughter:  Cassandra (Mike) Renfroe of Winfield, AL.

Granddaughter:  LaVette ( Ben) Hazelwood of Pell City, AL.

Grandson:  Glendon ( Dana) Renfroe of Winfield, AL.

Great-Grandchildren:

Lunden

Caden

Anna-Brooke

Ben

Laine

Will

Kylie

And a Baby Renfroe on-the-way.

Her “girls” Millie and Tinker Bell

And a host of Nieces, Nephews, Other Relatives, and Friends.

Preceded In Death By:

Parents:  Glenn Porter Tilley and Mary Webster Tilley.

Bio:  Mrs. Bull was born on June 23, 1941, in Winfield Alabama, to Glenn and Mary Webster Tilley. She grew up in Winfield and graduated from Winfield City High School in 1959. On March 13, 1959, she married Robert Earl Bull. Glenda earned her Bachelor of Education, Masters of Education, and Double-A of Education from the University of Alabama. She taught 1st grade at Winfield City Elementary Schools for over 32 years. Glenda loved square dancing and spending time with her family and friends. She was an active member of Delta Kappa Gamma and Harmony Grove Baptist Church in Winfield for over 60 years.*

Bowen Funeral Home of Winfield, AL., directing.*

Photo Source:  Facebook

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