Alice (Cormier) Glazier

Born: Wed., Oct. 27, 1926
Died: Mon., Aug. 5, 2013

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Alice (Cormier) Glazier, 86, of Plymouth, wife of Joseph L. Glazier died Monday (Aug. 5, 2013) at Ingraham Manor, Bristol.

Alice was born Oct. 27, 1926 in Bristol, CT. She was the daughter of the late William and Rosilda (LaFlamme) Cormier and has been a Plymouth-Terryville resident most of her life. Alice loved crafts.

Besides her husband she is survived by her daughter, Leslie (Orloski) Szczepanski and her husband Richard of Terryville; her stepsons, Ronald Eldred Sr. of Terryville, Randy Eldred of Bristol and her step grandson, Ronald Eldred Jr.

Relatives and friends may call at the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville Thursday evening (Aug. 8, 2013) from 6:00 to 8:00PM.

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Joanne Skoczylas

Leslie and family, sorry to read of your mom's passing.

Sonia and Timothy Higley, Sr.

We will miss her very much. She was a wonderful grandmother to our kids. Always treated me like family. We are so sorry for your loss Leslie and Grandpa Joe.

Chuck and Dianne Carrier and Family

Dear Joe and Leslie, We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Putt's passing, we will always remember her for her wit and colorful expressions, and her visit to Nova Scotia, we have good memories and she will always live in our hearts forever. May God bless you all and may perpetual light shine on her. Love always, Chuck and Dianne and family

Lorraine Ewalt

Dear Leslie and Family,

Your mother was a pleasure to take care of. She reminded me of my own grandmother. I really enjoyed her pleasant conversations sitting by her bedside when my work was done. She will always hold a special place in my heart. I will truly miss her smiles and pleasant conversation. I also enjoyed pleasant conversations with you during many evenings when you came to visit her. I will keep you and your family in my prayers at this difficult time.

Lorraine Ewalt- 3-11 shift at Ingraham Manor
Winslow Unit.

The Sample Family

Joe and Leslie, Our sincere condolences to you both. Our love and prayers are sent your way. May you both find comfort in your memories that you shared with her. She will always be in our hearts. She was a wonderful, witty, "fresh old broad" who we all will never forget. I'm sure she's "still kickin" only up in heaven now.... xoxoxoxo

Tanya L. Boutot

Joe and Leslie---my deepest symapthy to both of you. Your Alice was quite a woman! I am blessed to have had the opportunity to cross paths with her in this life and I know I will see her again (as will you). You are both in my prayers as are the rest of the family and friends. Alice will be missed by many I am sure. She never ceased to make me smile. She always asked "where's my kiss" and when you gave it she would be sure to follow up with "I love you". How could you not love her back :) Love and Prayers to both of you. Stay the Course.