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I have been so blessed to be part of this family and getting to know Glenda has been an adventure for sure! She has always welcomed me and my boys so unconditionally and with open arms. I am so glad she was able to come over to watch our marriage ceremony in the back yard. As much as it hurts to to not have her here on this earth with us I know we will meet up again and she is out of discomfort in Heaven. I will always be your Molly Bolly and I'll take care of your baby boy and girl. Love you Glenda
It was a pleasure providing care for a weeks to this lovely lady with a sense of humor. On behalf of Fernandina Beach Nursing & Rehab Sleep In Peace -Mia Wallace
RIP Aunt Glenda. I was still a little girl when you and the kids first moved to Florida years ago, and I missed all of you, for a long time...you were such a fun aunt, and the most beautiful woman I knew! I also remember the only time you grossed me out...eating raw hamburger...you used to love it...I've often wondered over the years, if you kept doing that...lol...I'll always love and miss you...till we meet again! Love you, Rhonda
Growing up in Murray Hill apartments, Glenda was always everyone's granny. She always looked out for all the neighborhood kids. And yelled at us too! 💚
I’m going to really miss you also you were a light in this world, you were so kind and sweet.
My Sweetheart! I am truly going to miss you.
Your baby girl
Mom the world is a sadder place now without you. I miss you more than you will ever know. I thank god for allowing me the time with you. I love you ❤️ and we will be together one day. Thank you for being the best momma and granny that anyone could ever ask for. The moment your heart ❤️ stopped mine changed forever.
Glenda Kay Robinson Linthicum
Glenda Kay Robinson Linthicum, 72, of Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away on June 19, 2022, at the Warner Community Hospice Center surrounded by her loved ones.
Glenda was born May 28, 1950, in Eubank, Kentucky the daughter of late Oma Black Carter, mother, and to the late Billie Jackson Robinson, father.
Glenda leaves behind her loving and devoted husband of 31 years, Rex C Linthicum of Fernandina Beach, Florida. Her 3 children, William Ray Hunt, Jr. (Valerie) of Taylorsville, Kentucky. Robert Clinton Hunt, (Molly) of Yulee, Florida. Nioka Kay Hunt (Richard) of Fernandina Beach, Florida. Her four grandchildren Halston Thomas Hunt, William Christopher Hunt, Hunter Kay Stivers, and Trey Derrick Dallas.
In addition to her husband, children, and grandchildren she also leaves behind 3 sisters, Barbara J. Byrd (Gary) of Yulee, Florida, Judy Ann Carter of Louisville, Kentucky and Mary B Mullins (Steven) of Eubank, Kentucky., her 7 brothers Clarence V. Robinson of Louisville, Kentucky, Mark E. Robinson (Teresa) of Lancaster, Kentucky, James M. Robinson of Louisville, Kentucky. Luke D. Robinson of Waynesburg, Kentucky., Timothy W. Robinson of Danville, Kentucky., Roger L Carter of Bardstown, Kentucky, and William R Carter of Prospect, Kentucky, and several nieces, nephews and other family and friends.
Glenda was preceded in death by her parents and 3 brothers Robert J. Robinson, Billy R. Robinson, and John J. Robinson.
The family will receive friends Thursday, June 30, 2022, at the funeral home. Funeral services will be held Friday, July 1, 2022, at 11:00 AM in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors
Donations may be made to Warner Community Hospice Center in Glenda’s Memory.