June Brice of Uvalde passed away on July 12, 2017 at Uvalde Memorial Hospital at the age of 93. She was born on December 2, 1923 in Knoxville, Tennessee to Victor Earl and Edna (Debord) Galyon.
She married William Carl Brice on April 21, 1953 in Uvalde.
She is survived by her sons, Ronald Glover and wife, Cindy of Horizon City and Michael Brice and wife, Shirley of Knippa; grandchildren, William Glover of Deerfield Beach, Florida, Jennie Glover of Horizon City, Texas, Timothy Brice and wife, Kristi of Tyler, Texas and Kristin Adams and husband, Jesse of Knippa; great grandchildren, Garrett Glover, Codie Glover both of Elizabeth City, North Carolina, Trent Glover of Coral Springs, Florida and Clara Rose Glover of Horizon City, Texas.
She is preceded in death by her husband and parents.
She was a Senior Vice President of First State Bank of Uvalde and part of various clubs and organizations including the Green Thumb Garden Club, Uvalde Porcelain Art Club, and an elder at First Presbyterian Church of Uvalde where she was also part of the church choir, Uvalde Chili Peppers, Uvalde Red Hat Society and Uvalde Peacemakers Club.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. Burial will follow at Uvalde Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Rusty Jones, Roy Kothmann, Mike Huddleston, Tim Brice, Will Glover and Jesse Adams. Honorary pallbearers will be Jennie Glover, Kristin Adams, Tim Wilson, and Ken Rutherford.
My sincere condolences to June's family. Many fond memories of our days at the bank. Such a sweet, sweet lady...
Edmund GatesSan Antonio, TX
Our most sincere condolences.
Mrs Brice was always a great neighbor. Always enjoyed talking to her and her late husband Bill.
Joe BenavidesUvalde, TX
I'm so sorry for your loss.God Bless you all.
Judy HarberEL PASO, TX
I knew Ms. Brice from my business with First State Bank. What a wonderful lady.
Always treated people with respect and kindness. Sorry for your loss.
The world will miss her.
Cleo BustamanteCarrizo Springs, TX
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. You have my sincere condolences. June will be missed.
Billy Jean Cooper
Billy Jean CooperUvalde, TX
We were so sad to hear of June's passing. My mother, Bobbie Fly, wanted to pass along her condolences, as well. June was always so pleasant and helpful at the Bank. She was truly a lovely woman with such a kind heart.
May you all find comfort through our Lord and Savior.
Suzanne Fly RueUvalde, TX
So sorry for your loss. June was lovely lady and my mother Cleo Simecek dearly loved her.
Deborah Simecek HortonSan Antonio, TX
I love you. Now you can be with Grandpa Bill again.
William Charles GloverDeerfield Beach, FL
Our love and prayers
Tama Glover and the BoysElizabeth City, NC
In knowing June Brice I found many facets of inspiration. June was a woman that lived her Christian conviction. She was active in the Presbyterian Church, consistent and loving with the various services that she volunteered to do.
I observed that, in the many clubs that she belong to, she was active and vital to their causes. She was very supportive and active in the South Texas Hill Country Red Hatters, Chapter # 159, and a charter member of that organization. Her participation was always with that a gentle and sincere smile, and an enthusiastic, cheerful attitude.
Rest in PEACE, June.
ANN HUFFMAN PEDERSENSAN ANTONIO, TX
Sorry for your loss. I met Mrs Brice through her job at the bank then has the privilege of knowing her through Pear Duncan and her son Ray Duncan's. Mr. Duncan would always playing the piano for the paid te.
Please accept m deepest condolences or te loss of Mrs. Bruce. may she Rest ineternal Peace.
Susie Fernandezuvalde, TX
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss .... thoughts and prayers to the family during this difficult time . Mrs Brice was one of our most precious patron at El Progreso Memorial Library .
Leti RuizUvalde, TX