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Lillie Kate Hughes Glaze

... of Doraville, GA passed away at home Monday, March 12, 2001. Kate Glaze was born November 22, 1907 in Dawson County, GA, eldest child of James Milton Hughes and his wife, Penelope "Neppie" Evelyn Roper. She married Herman Thomas Glaze, December 26, 1931 in Clarkston, GA. She is preceded in death by her husband, and four of her siblings, Herbert Howard Hughes, Ruby Bernice Hughes DeVore, Franklin  Lafayette Hughes and Evelyn Louise Hughes Westbrooks. She is survived by her brother James Edgar Hughes, and sister, Mary Elizabeth Hughes Hay and her six children, James Eugene Glaze, Beatrice Evelyn Glaze Coker, Ray Edward Glaze, Kathryn Ann Glaze Bostic, Ralph Herbert  Glaze, and Martha Nell Glaze Buice, sixteen grandchildren, and twenty-six great grandchildren.

Kate Glaze was a loving mother who took great pride in her grandchildren and great grandchildren. A homemaker most of her life, she also worked many years in the family owned Glaze’s grocery store on Peeler Road. She was an avid gardner who loved flowers of all varieties, and cultivated her own fruits and vegetables. Many remember her as a “saintly” woman who always had a kind word. Kate Glaze was a lifelong member of Winters Chapel Methodist Church where she worshipped and loved her Lord Jesus Christ since transfer of her membership in 1936 from Avondale Methodist Church.  

Atlanta Journal Constitution, Wednesday, March 14, 2001


In Loving Memory of

Kate Hughes Glaze

Nov.22, 1907 – March 12, 2001

 

Oh how we miss her buttermilk biscuits,

Her home made butter,

Her apple jelly,

Fresh eggs from her own chickens.

Her coconut cake.

Her creamed corn.

Fresh vegetables from her garden.    

She made everything from scratch

and never used a recipe.

 

Kate making biscuits              OH HOW WE MISS HER LOVE AND WISDOM !


 

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October 20, 2009