August 31, 1937 ~ May 27, 2021

Born in: Guion, AR
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Glenda Sue Milam, 83, joined her Lord and Savior Thursday, May 27th, 2021. She was born to Ted and Maxine Richardson on August 31, 1937 in Guion, Arkansas.  

She is survived by her husband, Elliott Milam; children, Cheryl (Ken) Gregory of Pueblo and Randy (Ginger) Milam of Canon City. She is also survived by her wonderful grandkids, Michelle (Josh Bell), Julie Milam, Bryan (Kim) Gregory, Ashley Milam, and Shawn (Darci Milam); along with her great-grandchildren, Ian Bell, Elden Milam, and Taya Milam. She is also survived by sisters Wanda Keith, Janice (Lynn) Murray, Kathy (Rick) Pavol, and Paula (Danny) Atchison She was preceded in death by her grandson, Keith Milam; her parents; and her brothers, Johnny and Robert Richardson.

After moving to Colorado at a young age, she grew up in Pueblo where she met Elliott who was the love of her life for 64 years. They were longtime members of Lynn Gardens Baptist Church where she served as a Sunday school teacher, treasurer, on the hostess committee, and sang in the choir. She never hesitated to open her home for missionaries or visitors of the church. She was known for her welcoming spirit and home cooked meals.

Glenda worked for Sangray Corporation as office manager and accountant for 26 years.

She enjoyed her retirement by spending time with family and friends. However, one of her greatest joys was being a grandma and spoiling her grandchildren. She was known for having an endless supply of M&M cookies, and weekend sleepovers at Grandma’s where the candy train always visited.

Celebration services will be June 4th, 2021 at Family Worship Center, Pueblo Colorado, at 1pm. 

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Funeral Service: June 4, 2021 1:00 pm

Family Worship Center
3800 Parker Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81008

719-544-1575

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  1. CandleImageSuch good memories of Glenda, and I’m sure she will be missed. Love to Elliot, Randy, and Cheryl. Let me know if I can help in any way.

  2. Dearest Eliot, Cheryl (Ken), Randy (Ginger) and all the family,
    It is with dearest condolences that I send prayers and love.
    She was a great mentor to me during a time that I needed one. Randy you were always a friend.
    I do regret that I did not make time to visit as time went by.
    I am working during the celebration of her life.

  3. Worked with Glenda for many years, very caring lady, loved her God with all her heart. Very devoted to her family.

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