Glenda Fox, 75, of Adamsville, died on Saturday, Nov. 11.
She was born in Augusta, Georgia, the daughter of the late Glenn Clark Enyart Sr. and Mary Cathrine Wilson Enyart.
She worked as a retail manager for most of her adult life. She was a member of Crump Pentecostal Church and when she was able, she would volunteer for Feed America First, an organization there.
She is survived by her children, Dorothy Cathrine Ferrell-Aho of Seal Beach, California, Morris Joseph Martine Jr. of Live Oak, Florida, Patrick Anthony Martine of Adamsville, Glenn Douglas Martine of Petersburg, Tennessee, Tara Lynn Marbrey of Henderson, Tennessee, and Jason Eddie Fox of Memphis; 15 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; sisters, Flora Cathrine Shehan of Burney, California and Sandra Elaine Henley of Hurst, Texas; and brother; Kenneth William Enyart Sr. of Adamsville.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Glenn Clark Enyart Jr. and Gene Douglas Sr.; and the father of her children, Morris Joseph Martine Sr.
Services were held on Friday, Nov. 17, at Shackelford Chapel in Adamsville with Glenn Martine and Patrick Martine officiating. Burial followed in Combs Cemetery at Adamsville.