Glada Key

Obituary of Glada Ruth Key

On November 17th, 1946 Glada Ruth Key was born to Lois, Arlene DeVore and Ira B. Key in Denver, Colorado. 

She was a lifelong member of the Jehovah's witness organization. She loved spending time at a Second Home she even helped them pick out their new building. She loved recruiting people to go there and be part of the Second Home family. 

She loved being on her computer playing games. Also playing online games with people. She loved the mountains, horses, and peacocks. She liked the color purple. She enjoyed doing arts and crafts painting diamond paintings. She did a lot of paintings with Tricheme. 

She was very passionate about reading the Bible or having the Bible read to her and other literature from her congregation. She enjoyed going out to eat, preferably with friends or family. She loved to be surrounded by family which led her be at the birth of all her grandchildren. 

Glada was an amazing person, daughter, granddaughter, sister, aunt, wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. She was loved by so many. I don't want to exclude anyone. 

Glada is proceeded in death her great-grandparents; her grandparents; her mom; her dad; one brother; several aunts; and uncles.

Glada is survived by her husband of 29 years, Vic V. Coberly; a sister, Sandra Cannon; a brother, Ira B. Key (Butch); son, Victor V. Coberley Jr and wife Ginger; son, Larry D. Coberley; daughter, Gwendolyn A. Martinez; and husband, Fernando; and son, Ray A. Coberly. 
Several nieces and nephews, fourteen grandchildren, and twenty-six great-grandchildren; multiple bonus grandchildren; and great-grandchildren and lots of cousins.

Glada will be loved and missed by many.

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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at The Springs Funeral Services - North