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Connie Campbell

I knew Gladys many years working with her husband Bill at Pritchard and Jerden. She always made delicious rocky road candy at Christmas and sent to us at the office.

Harold McNeill

Aunt Gladys was the aunt everyone wishes for. She was a second mother to Linda and me while we lived in Atlanta. I hope knowing how much she was loved will help ease the pain of your loss.

Linda Baumer McNeill

To David, Billy, Chet, Kimberly and all the Huntley family, When I think of Aunt Gladys a few things come to mind. She was a gracious hostess, creativith beyond belief, made the best peach cobbler and adored her family, I'm forever grateful for all of the phone conversations we had over the past 9 years since h=r sister Doris {my mother-in-law) past away. I will deeply miss her as will manny others.

Jason Patrick

Saddened to hear of Tutu’s passing. Sending prayers and condolences for the family.

Gladys Bowden Huntley


Gladys Bowden Huntley Amelia Island, Florida passed away on November 24, 2021, at the age of 86.

She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother (“Tutu”) and great-grandmother. Mrs. Huntley was born in Willow Springs, North Carolina; raised in Niagara, North Carolina and attended Southern Pines High School.

She raised her children in Atlanta, Georgia, and lastly resided in Amelia Island, Florida. She was preceded in death by her high school sweetheart and husband of 68 years, William T. Huntley III and beloved sister, Doris.

Family was of the utmost importance to her, and she was more than just the matriarch.

Mrs. Huntley will be lovingly remembered by her four children, David (Cathy), William IV, Charlton (Traci) and Kimberly (Tim); five grandchildren, Kristin (Levi), Brent (Kayla), Jessica (CJ), Shae and Cole; four great-grandchildren, Dylan, Taylor, Trystan and Bonnie; and sisters, Mavis, Brenda and Linda as well as a cherished, extended family. A private celebration of life will be held by the family at a later date.

“Say not, in grief, that she has gone, but give thanks that she was yours.”


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