In Memory

Gloria MacCannell

Gloria MacCannell

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04/20/14 12:56 PM #1    

Robert Conklin

Gloria Alice MacCannell
of Poulsbo
Nov. 10, 1952
to Feb. 10, 2014
Gloria "Glo" was born in Bremerton, November 30, 1952. She graduated from West High school. She was a free spirit that loved Native American culture and the Pacific Northwest. She was a passionate rock and gem collector and loved to go to rock and mineral shows. She settled in Poulsbo in 1988, on land that was wooded and surrounded by wild life.
Glo put up a courageous battle against cancer which she lost on February 10, 2014. She had many friends and will be sorely missed.
Glo was preceded in death by her mother Marie and brother Michael. She is survived by her sister, Fran and niece, Mollie. Her extended family lives in Washington, Oregon, California, Colorado, Montana and North Carolina.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Fred Lowthian Care Center, Hospice of Kitsap County. A memorial will be held at the Long House on the Suquamish reservation on March 20, from 5 to 8 p.m.

05/22/14 04:06 PM #2    

Linda Bowen ((Mills))

I first met Gloria in Mrs. Shaw's first grade class at Marion Avenu Elementary.  We sat next to each other most of the year and she was my first friend in the class.  We didn't know each other well at Coontz or West she was always friendly with me.  We always caught up at the class reuions.  I am saddened to hear this news.  My thoughts and prayers go to her family and close friends. 

05/26/14 11:17 PM #3    

Gordon Bennett

I first remember Gloria during jr. high times , or there about. She and her family moved onto our neighborhood on Navy Yard City. I saw her everyday at the bus stop, and at school. I remember for years when I was outside at our house, her or her family would always wave when they drove by. I also remember my older brother Irwin, dating her for while, driving  off in his 1954 chevy pickup truck with her. I saw her at the last reunion, and noticing she still looked like she did in high school. I am sorry to hear about Gloria, she was always kind to me and my family. Gordon Bennett

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