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Gloria Dean Aniagboso
Ms. Gloria D. Aniagboso was born in Houston, Texas on June 30, 1948, she was the third of seven children born to the late David Weatherton and Earnestine Ray-Austin. She attended Wheatley High School, where she met and later united in holy matrimony to Thomas Hercules Demby Sr. and with this union were born 6 children. Gloria's career began as a design coordinator at Texas Instrument where she retired after 20 years of service. After retirement Gloria pursued her entrepreneurial dream to open a resale shop in 1996 called Globana. Gloria gave her life to the Lord at an early age at New Day Deliverance Church under the leadership of Bishop Richard Taylor, she fellowshipped with other churches then God moved her to Refreshing Word Christian Center Church under the leadership of Pastor Brenda Stewart, where she was currently a member. Gloria was a dedicated mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and advisor to many.
She was preceded in death by her parents David Weatherton and Earnestine Ray-Austin, one daughter, sibling's Joan Murphy, Delores Weatherton, and Larry Harris.
Shes leaves to cherish her memory- her children, Xenobia Dickey(David), Esternata Demby, Toni Alveraz(Alexander), Latrina Demby-Douglas(Thomas), Thomas Demby(Shavonda), Aaron Demby(Belinda Richardson-Demby), and adopted, Ethel Teele and stepson- Nnamdi Chris Aniagboso; two siblings Theresa Jones(Nelson) and Michael Harris and aunt Patricia Sidney; her husband, Kingsley Okchuhwu Aniagboso; along with a host of relatives and friends. (21) Grandkids: Kennetta Waddel(Willie), Michael Demby, Xzavia Baines, Kenneth Thomas Jr., J'eanique Williams, Lewis Douglas, Thomas Douglas Jr., Aaron Demby Jr., Porshe' Douglas, Aa'ronecia Demby, Cierra Nash, Kendrick Spikes, Jordan Baines, Zoye Jackson, Aareeon Demby, Erisha Demby, Stephanie Demby, also cherishing her (15) great grandchildren.
As I watched the video, all I could think of is "what a beautiful legacy." My cousins, Joan, Gloria, Theresa, Larry and Michael were more like our sisters and brothers. Aunt Earnestine was like a surrogate mother. When I think of you, cuz, I always remember your zest for life and no matter what pain you went through you smiled and persevered. Gonna miss our phone conversations. Loved you very much, and thank God for the moments we shared here on earth! Your cousin Joyce James!
Joyce James Mar 12 2020 12:00 AM
My forever love....Im truly going to miss you. You were a great inspiration to me growing up and Ill forever cherish our memories. Hugs, love, and prayers for the entire family! Frankie Nette
Frankie Mar 10 2020 12:00 AM