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Gladys V. Treece

October 2, 1935 — September 19, 2023

Gladys V. Treece, born in Alto, GA, on the 2nd of October, 1935, took her final bow, on the 19th of September, 2023, in the comfort of her home after an extended illness. Gladys, a woman of strength and grace, was a beacon of love and faith, her spirit as generous as the sun's warm embrace.

Gladys was a military spouse, a role she held with pride, supporting her beloved husband, Richard A. Treece, who predeceased her, side by side. Her love for being a mother was her most cherished role, a love that extended beyond her own family, touching many a soul.

Survived by her son, Michael R. Treece of Greer, SC, and her daughters, Sharon L. Lynn of Lake Lure, NC, and V Treece of Columbia, SC, Gladys leaves behind a legacy of love. Her grandchildren, Lacy Strange, Rosemary Hutchins, Shannon Treece, Aimee Treece, and Eric Treece, and her seven great-grandchildren, will remember her fondly, as they look upon the stars above.

Gladys was a woman of faith, her heart as vast as the sea, her generosity knew no bounds, a trait admired by all who came to be. Her love was a beacon, a light that shone so bright, guiding her family through life's storms, a comforting and constant light.

Her life was a testament to the power of love and faith, her spirit as enduring as the mountains, and her generosity as boundless as space. She was a woman of strength, her courage as steadfast as a tree, her love as deep as the ocean, a love that will forever be.

Gladys V. Treece, a woman of grace and dignity, has left us with memories that will forever be cherished. Her spirit, as radiant as the sun, will continue to shine in the hearts of those she loved and nourished. Her legacy of love, faith, and generosity will continue to inspire, as we remember her with fondness, a woman who never ceased to aspire.

As we say our final goodbyes, we remember Gladys with love and respect. Her spirit, as enduring as the stars, will continue to guide us, a beacon we will never forget. Gladys V. Treece, a woman of faith and love, has taken her final bow, her spirit now soaring high above.

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