Glenna Jane (Snyder) Daugherty, 78, of Morgantown, passed away Saturday June 29th, 2019 at Mapleshire Nursing Home in Morgantown ending a long battle with COPD and Cancer.
Fuzz, as she was affectionately known to family and friends, was born August 28th, 1940 in Morgantown, oldest daughter of the late Samuel (Sam) Lawrence Snyder and Flora Violet (White) Snyder.
Glenna was 1958 Graduate of Morgantown High School. She was at the forefront of the new computer age, learning IBM programming language on the job at Sterling Faucet and then many years at WVU. She continued programming with companies in Dayton OH, GM, NCR and Computer Science Corporation before moving to North Carolina working for Sarah Lee and Wachovia Banks.
Glenna was an avid golfer and dabbled with tennis in her active years. She enjoyed camping, traveling, gardening and dancing. She was a strong supporter of her children, grandchildren and proudly raising her great-grandson Cayden Scott Price.
In addition to her parents, Glenna was preceded in death by her late husband of 33 years, Larry J Daugherty of Dayton OH; her daughter, Brenda Stamper of Wilmington, NC; two sisters, Judith Martin and Dianne Pyle as well as a brother-in-law Robert Pyle all of Morgantown.
She is survived by son Jeffery Kramer and wife Michelle of Clarksburg; sister Sharon Kay Smith and husband Rod of Morgantown; grandson Jeffery Kramer II and wife Abrahanna and Tyler Kramer all of Morgantown, Amanda Demeter of Wilmington NC, and Brian Price of NC, six great-grandchildren as well as five nieces all of Morgantown.
A special thank you is extended to WV Caring Hospice and the wonderful staff at Mapleshire for the loving care and support they provided in Glenna’s final days.
At Glenna’s request, no public services are planned, and inurnment will be held privately in East Oak Grove Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution in her memory to WV Caring Hospice, 3437 University Ave., Morgantown, WV 26505.
Professional services are being provided to the family by Smith Funeral & Cremation Care of Westover / Morgantown.
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