Glenna Whittam Death, Obituary – A mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend who is extremely committed to her family and holds a high value for them, she was born and raised in the United States. Glenna M. Whittam PORTVILLE – On Friday, February 3, 2023, Glenna M. Whittam, who previously resided at 147 Grossman Avenue in Olean and most recently at 1421 Happy Hollow Road in Portville, passed away at the Absolut of Allegany. Glenna M. Whittam was a resident of Portville.
She had been enduring the effects of an illness for a considerable amount of time prior to her passing away from it. Her parents were John Wind and Hazel Wheeler Wind, and she was born in Olean on December 16th, 1930. Her name at birth was Hazel Wind. She was the eldest of their three children and they had three altogether. She tied the knot with David T. Whittam on August 27, 1960, and he was the one who died away on January 3, 2009.
They had been married for about half a century at that point. Glenna was a member of the class of 1949 that graduated from Olean High School and was awarded their diplomas in that year. In the past, she has had positions in Olean for the company that was once known as AVX Corp. in the capacities of both a dental assistant and a home health aide for the organisation. Her most recent and current location of religious membership and loyalty was the Olean Community Church.
Glenna enjoyed spending her time away from work doing things like going camping, completing puzzles, and performing word searches. These were some of her favourite things to do in her spare time. The time she got to spend with the people she cared about and her friends and family was the aspect of her life that she valued the most highly. She is survived by one son, Thomas J. Whittam; one grandson, Scott T. (Ashlee Zaljek) Whittam, all of Portville; one granddaughter, Christina M. Whittam of Olean;.
Four great-grandsons, Jesse, Donovan, Konner, and Zachary; and her twin brother, John P. Whittam. She passed away on October 30, 2018. (Dolores) A number of nieces and nephews, including Wind of Salamanca, are also included. One of her daughters passed away before her. Before she did, one of her daughters had already passed away.
On Saturday (Feb. 11, 2023) at the Olean Community Church, there will be a memorial ceremony immediately following a reception for friends and family from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The reception will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Reverend Bryan Garrett will serve as the event’s master of ceremonies, and he is very excited about it.