Glenna Sue Bebout of Norman, Oklahoma passed away on November 5, 2020, after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer’s, surrounded by her loving family. Glenna was born on October 17, 1944, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Samuel Glenn Cauthron and Wanda May Oliver. Glenna was raised in Oklahoma City and graduated from Capitol Hill High School in 1962. Most of Glenna’s profession was clerical/administrative work related to the oilfield industry. Until she became a grandmother, she then devoted her time to caring for her five grandchildren.
Among her favorite things in life were “hot, black coffee”, her beloved dog Bert, a variety of all types of music and OU Sooner football. She had a sweet tooth and would never turn down a Ding Dong or her mother’s homemade strawberry shortcake! She loved shopping, bowling, watching movies and lake trips with the family.
In 1961, she married Vinson Cleo Thompson, who proceeded her in death in 2010. On September 5th, 1966, she married Don Alan Campbell, who proceeded her death in 1982. She married the love of her life, Gary Ralph Bebout, on August 29, 1984, who also proceeded her death in 2006.
Glenna was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Wanda Cauthron, her daughter Rhonda Thompson, and daughter Kara Campbell.
Glenna is survived by her sisters Joyce Haggard of OKC and Billye Robbins Coker of Wellston, her daughter’s Kimberly Lemons, of OKC, Kelli and son-in-law Wendell Stanfield of Moore. Her grandchildren Kara Crandell, Kristophor Hubbard, Brittani Stanfield, Taylor Stanfield, Hunter Stanfield. As well as her great-grandchildren, Kolton Crandell, Kylee Crandell, Jaydon Stanfield and Graylan Crandell.
Glenna touched many lives, including her work at The Work Activity Center assisting downs syndrome, and developmentally challenged adults in Moore. She will be missed by all. Services are Tuesday, November 10th at 2pm interment to follow at Hillside Cemetery in Purcell, Oklahoma. A viewing will be held on Monday, November 9th from 4pm – 8pm where all family and friends are invited to attend, Moore Funeral & Cremation, 400 SE 19th St, Moore, Oklahoma.
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