Glenda V. Walker, 67, factory worker

December 09, 2005

Glenda V. Walker, a retired factory worker, died of kidney failure Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 67.

Born and raised Glenda Reid in Baltimore, she was a Douglass High School graduate.

Mrs. Walker, who lived on Allendale Road in West Baltimore, worked for 22 years as a packer at the Sweetheart Cup Co. in Owings Mills. She retired in 1998.

Mrs. Walker enjoyed cooking and entertaining family and friends. She also was an avid collector of postcards.

She was a member and usher at New Antioch Baptist Church in Randallstown, where funeral services were held Wednesday.

Survivors include her husband of 21 years, Harry Walker, a retired printer; seven sons, Adrian Barnes of Columbia, Delanduel Barnes of Randallstown, and Larry Barnes, Sylvester Barnes, Darnel Barnes, Kirk Walker and Dwayne Walker, all of Baltimore; five daughters, Teresa Walker of Randallstown, Clementine Burt, Mildred Carpenter, Sincerey Boone and Crystal Walker, all of Baltimore; a sister, Gloria Reid of Baltimore; and many grandchildren. Her first marriage ended in divorce.

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