Glenda R. Stamm, 80, Washington, died Tuesday, July 12, 2022 at the Washington County Hospital in Washington. Visitation was Friday, July 15, from 1 to 8 p.m. at Ward Funeral Home in Washington. The family received friends from 5 to 7 p.m. A funeral service was held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, July 16, at the Washington Christian Church. Rev. Ron Brown and Rev. Jim Stark officiated. Music included “Go Rest High on That Mountain”, “One Day at a Time”, “I’ll Fly Away” and “The Other Side of Life”. The pallbearers were Brody Stamm, Coy Stamm, Jay Stamm, Brooke Stamm, Lance Gerleve and Douglas Applegarth. The honorary pallbearers were Chloe Rivera and Brogan Stamm. Burial was in the St. Paul Cemetery, east of Washington. Glenda was born February 10, 1942 at Morrowville, KS, to Roy and Virginia (Weber) Rollman. When she was 8 years old, the family moved northeast of Washington and she attended Emmons School. In 1961, she graduated from Washington High School. On August 27, 1961, Glenda was united in marriage to Stanford Stamm at the Washington Christian Church. They lived on a farm east of Washington for over 50 years. In 1975, a tornado damaged their house and they built a new home there. In 2017, they moved to Washington. Glenda worked at Westside Grocery for several years and helped Stan on the farm. She loved traveling, gardening, canning and cooking. Glenda quilted, enjoyed country music, and collected ornamental pigs. She was a member of the Washington Christian Church and ladies’ Coterie. Glenda taught Sunday school for many years and organized the funeral dinners. She was also a member of the Red Hats Society and the Guiding Star/Emmons Unit. Preceding her in death were her parents; brother-in-law, Bill Dusin; nephew, Jeff Dusin; sister-in-law, Judy (Stamm) Applegarth; and brother-in-law, Walter Applegarth. Survivors include her husband, Stan; sons, Clint (Kelly) Stamm and Curtis (Marlene) Stamm, all of Washington; grandchildren, Jay (Kelsey) Stamm and Brogan, Alma, KS, Brooke Stamm and Chloe, Ottawa, KS, Brody and Coy Stamm, Washington; sister, Connie Dusin, Washington; brothers, Ronald Rollman, Colorado Springs, CO, and Bob (Jana) Rollman, Washington; uncle, Jim Weber, Bellevue, NE; sister-in-law, Jeanette Stamm, Washington; close cousin, Diane Weber-Wetzel, Woodland Park, CO; and a host of other cousins, nieces and nephews, and friends. A memorial fund has been established to the Washington Christian Church. Contributions may be sent in care of Ward Funeral Home.
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