Gloria A. Perkins

June 15, 1945 - November 21, 2017

Age 72, of Castile, passed away on November 21, 2017 at Buffalo General Hospital after a long illness.

Gloria was born in Warsaw, NY, daughter of the late Glen Perkins and Marion (Ralph) Phelps. She worked for many years at Champion Products in Perry, NY, and later she became an aid at Wyoming County Community Hospital long-term before retiring.

Gloria enjoyed country music, puzzles, game shows, card games, and just being with her family and friends.

Gloria is predeceased by her daughter Darcey L. Barker and longtime companion, William Sanford.

She’s survived by her granddaughters, Jenna (Dan) Mellinger of Addison, NY, Tasha Mayo of Silver Springs; her great grandson, Tristin Mellinger; her sister, Cindy Brown of Castile; her aunts, Barb Vogt of Castile, Linda Prial of Silver Springs; her nephew, Christopher Brown of North Tonawanda; her nieces, Camie Platts of South Carolina, Shanna Brown of Port Charlotte, FL; special family friends, Stacy Bunce, Tommy O’Dell, Julie (Chris) and Tessa Hall; many cousins and close friends.

Friends may call Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 12-2 PM at the Letchworth New Life Fellowship Church, Main St., Silver Springs, where a memorial service will be held immediately following calling hours at 2pm. Burial will be at Grace Cemetery in Castile following the memorial service. In lieu of flowers memorials can be made to the family.

Important Dates

December 2, 2017 : Calling Hours at Letchworth New Life Fellowship Church for Gloria A. Perkins - 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

December 2, 2017 : Memorial Service at Letchworth New Life Fellowship Church for Gloria A. Perkins - 2:00 PM

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Nov 27.17 from Kaye (MacDonald)Bassett:
I remember Gloria from my childhood and she lived on a house on a hill behind Colombo's. We used to hang out with the Uptegrove kids. We went to Letchworth High in Gainesville. I would like to remember Gloria with her own special humor and smile. Rest in peace Gloria with Darcey and her long time companion, William (Bill) Sanford. Lots of games ahead of you now, enjoy!