Margie Mae Keaton Glasgow

Published 4:02 pm Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Margie Mae Keaton Glasgow was born May 8, 1941 in Lunenburg County, in the town of Kenbridge, Virginia to Kenny and Florence Thornton Keaton.

Margie Mae Keaton Glasgow attended school in Lunenburg County until she moved to New York at the age of fourteen.

Margie Mae Keaton Glasgow married at the age of eighteen to her husband Wilbur Clyde Glasgow, Sr. in Brooklyn, NY. To their union, eight children were born.

She was a domestic worker in New York. After returning to Virginia she worked for Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Wright of Victoria. In 2004 Margie opened her own Adult home named M & M in Victoria, Virginia.

Her hobbies were fishing, playing cards with her children, partying, cooking and feeding her family as well as friends.

Margie is preceded in death by her parents, Kenny and Florence Thornton Keaton and one son, Wilbur Clyde Glasgow, Jr.

She leaves to mourn her memory: husband of 60 years and counting Wilbur Clyde Glasgow, Sr. of Victoria, VA, her children, Theresa William of Victoria, VA, Diane Glasgow (Willie Davis) of Brooklyn, NY, Renee Glasgow of Victoria, VA, Nell Glasgow of Brooklyn, NY, Denise Glasgow of Victoria, VA, Charlie (Debra) Glasgow of Brooklyn, NY, Gail (Alston) Glasgow of Brooklyn, NY, an adopted daughter, Lolita Edmonds of Victoria, VA; grandchildren, Kenny, Holden, Regina, Margie, Joe, Annette, Andre, Asia, Jamel, Dominique, Deon, Rasheen, Monique, Dashawn, Candice, Diane, Lil Charlie, Alexix, Uriah, William, Debbie, Dominique Jerome, Lilan and Miracle; 51 great-grandchildren and many great great-grands; two brothers, Joe Keaton of Brooklyn, NY, Robert (Violet)Hazelwood of Kenbridge, VA; two sisters, Shirley Keaton Weaver, Victoria, VA, Jenny (Lewis) Hazelwood of Brooklyn, NY; Best friend, Betty Groce of Brooklyn, NY and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and many friends.

Funeral services were conducted Saturday, July 6, 2019, 2 p.m. at New Gilfield R.Z.U.A. Church, Victoria with Apostle Henrietta Brooks providing Words of Comfort. Interment was private.

S.P. Jones and Son Funeral Home served the family.