Glenda Russella Straub
Glenda Russella Straub, aged 75 years of Moose Jaw, SK passed away on Wednesday, August 24th, 2022. Glenda was born in Moose Jaw and received her education here. She married Ken Straub on June 12th, 1965 and together they raised their son Brad. Glenda loved playing music on her keyboard, camping with family, she liked to watch her son and husband fish and ride motorcycles together, and enjoyed dancing and working on projects with her husband Ken.
She was predeceased by her parents, and husband Ken. Glenda will be lovingly remembered by her son, Brad; and grandchildren, Isabell and Korben.
A Celebration of Glenda’s Life will be held at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations in Glenda’s name may be made to the Kidney Foundation, A3-116 103 Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7N 1Y7. Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Michelle Ellis, Funeral Director 306-693-4550
So many fond memoris of my time spent with you when my family lived in Moose Jaw.
First at Riverview Colligate and later visiting between Winnipeg, my home, and Moose Jaw, yours.
Ken and Paul were so much alike and got along so well, bonding over motorcycles.
Maybe they still are.
I’ll miss you, my friend, rest well.
rest in peace little lady
Oh my dear Glenda! So sorry to read this………
Brad, Calista and family, our condolences to all of you. We had many great visits and parties with your mom and dad, when we were close neighbors! So many laughs together! I spoke to her about a year ago….same giggly friend! We laughed about the time she mixed me a most delicious “Goodhost ice tea” about 9pm…..I had to work at 11! After I drank it, she let me know she had added a “titch of rye”!!! We laughed and laughed!! Best ice tea I have ever tasted!
Love you girlfriend! Rest easy and keep laughing!
Glennys and Gerry
Brad and family.
We are so very sorry you have lost your Mom. Your Ontario cousins send you hugs and the hope that your memories of your Mom and Grandmother will help to keep her in your hearts. We know of Glenda as one of the first cousins along with Ken to visit Aunt Elsie when we arrived in Moose Jaw for a visit. She was always a sweet, kind, and gentle lady and we will always remember her as such. I had a long conversation with her after Ken passed away and she spoke of Ken and her family and they were very special to her. We have always held her in high regard. Keep your memories close to your heart and she will always be with you in spirit. Love from Gayle and all your cousins in Ontario.
In Loving memory of Our Big Sister Glenda, Marvin and I Roxine are greatly feeling your loss Big Sister. We have great love for You and you are so missed at this moment today and forever. In the arms of the Creator now, Please take care of her until we meet again.
My condolences to Brad and his family and to Glenda’s brother Marvin and sister Roxine. I had known Glenda all my life through her parents and grandparents. Rest easy dear lady, give a hug to Russella, Al, Grandpa Russ and Grandma Isabell for me.
Blessed Love Bev
Just found this. Was wondering what happened. Glenda always kept in touch with the Robinson family. We moved to BC in 73. Grew up with the Harkness family. Always kept in touch but not after Ken passed. Lost touch with Roxine .My heart goes out to to the family. ❤️