Gloria Regina Gendur

September 3rd, 2022

Gloria Regina Gendur was born July 2, 1925, in Rockglen Saskatchewan where she was raised. She was the oldest of four, one brother Joseph and two sisters Delphina and Doris. She married John Franzen in February 1945 they divorced after 24 years of marriage they had four children Joyce, Judy, Dale, and Debbie. 

She then married Bill Gendur. She gained four stepchildren, Valerie Scott, Heather, and Linda. 

Gloria was a great seamstress sewing almost all of her first two daughters’ clothes in their younger years, later years she sewed aprons, pillowcases and did Cross-stitch on gingham making tablecloths with a star design. Gloria and Bill did a lot of travelling into the states their senior years, they later became snowbirds wintering to Arizona for a quit a few years. 

Gloria passed away on September 3, 2022, at Tabor Home after a short illness Gloria was predeceased by her second husband William, her parents, and a brother. She will be remembered for her big smile and caring heart. The family would like to thank Tabor Home for their good care.


To my extended family, I’m sorry for your loss, and I’ll be thinking of you all as you celebrate Grandma’s life here on earth. Grandma Gendur will be so deeply missed. Her smile, kindness, humour and her overwhelmingly loving heart are just a few of the things I will miss about her and have treasured over the years, and will continue to do so in the future. Some of my favourite memories of Grandma Gendur are: when she used to pop her false teeth out while talking to her to make me laugh, and then giggle, her funny stories of going to the Casino in the states with all her guy friends, when she made slippers for us every year for Xmas. And my most favourite of all, how she kept her kidney stones in the China cabinet, I used to love looking at them every time we visited, and also her box of toys. Overall, visits to Amicus Place were some of my favourite times in life. I love you lots Grandma, REST IN PEACE and fly high. Love, Anna.

Our deepest sympathy to all the family. We were so glad that our Uncle Bill found such a lovely, kind, friendly lady to share the rest of his life with. We looked forward to their yearly visits and enjoyed hearing the many stories they had to tell. We all have one of the beautiful tablecloths she cross stitched. Our thoughts and prayers will be with all of you as you gather to celebrate her life. Rest in peace Gloria.

Debbie, Dale, Joyce, Judy So very sorry for your loss. This is a club that is never a good one. Gloria was a kind woman and I know she will be greatly missed by all who loved her. Sending you all much love as you say goodbye to your beloved Mother. Love Johanna and George.

So sorry to hear of your Moms passing, Debbie. You will be in my prayers. I am sure that your many good memories will give you comfort and peace in the coming days.

Grandma and great grandma, you will be missed. Love you and rest in peace.

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