Obituary of Glenda J. Stratton
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Glenda J. Stratton, 70, of Addison, formerly of Woodhull, passed away on Sunday, June 11, 2023 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester following failing health. Born in Bath, NY on June 15, 1952, Glenda was the daughter of the late Joseph L. Bauter and Thelma Susie Faulkner. Raised in Woodhull in her blended family from her mother Susie and step father Muriel Chapin, she attended Woodhull Union Free School and later Addison Central School from where she was a 1970 graduate. Glenda started her family in Woodhull but eventually settled in Addison. She was employed by the Addison Police Department for seven years, starting as a cleaner and moving into a clerical position. She later began a long career in county programs, first spending three years with the Head Start program and later became a site manager for the senior nutrition program through Pro Action and Office of the Aging, holding this position for 18 years. Glenda cared for of her beloved granddaughter, Hannah Mahnke until her passing on October 26, 2017. She was also preceded in death by her parents, Susie and Muriel Chapin and Joe Bauter and siblings Bonnie Hosmer and Kevin Bauter. Glenda is survived by her sons, Eric Stratton (Kim Kephart) of Woodhull and Scott (Lisa) Stratton of Maitland, FL, her daughter, Heather Stratton of New Mexico, her grandchildren, Ethan Stratton, Makayla Stratton, William Stratton and Cade Mahnke, her sisters, Sharon (Bruce) Morseman and Suzette (Charles) Cox, all of Woodhull and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service and burial will be held in Woodhull Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Arrangements are with the H.P. Smith & Son Funeral Home in Woodhull.
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at H.P. Smith & Son, Inc. Funeral Home - Woodhull
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