Gloria Jean Atkinson

Gloria Jean Atkinson

October 21, 1941 - April 15, 2021

Gloria Jean Atkinson

October 21, 1941 - April 15, 2021


Gloria Jean Atkinson was preceded in death by parents, Dorothy and Carl Mund and sister, Faye Amos. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, William T. Atkinson, Sr.; brother, John Mund (Pat); three sons, William Atkinson (Ronda), Michael Atkinson (Erika), Peter Atkinson (Tiffany); 10 grandchildren, William “Todd” Atkinson III (Leigh Ann), Nicholas Atkinson (Sarah), Darek Atkinson (Kat), Savannah Garcia (Ishmael), Santana Fulk (Dustin), Michael and Andrew Karvelis, Rebekah, Zachary and Madison Atkinson; 3 great grandchildren, Josie and Lexie Garcia, Elijah Fulk and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Jean grew up in Rural Point in Hanover. She attended Washington Henry High School and graduated in 1st class at Lee Davis High School in 1959. Jean was one of Jehovah”™s Witnesses for over 50 years. She was known for her green thumb often being found outside in her garden attending to her flowers. She was also known for her impeccable taste and decorating skills. She was loved by many and will be dearly missed! The Memorial Service will be virtually held on May 1st at 3:00 PM through Zoom. The Meeting ID to join is 85302006576 and the passcode is 112233. For any further questions about the Memorial Service, please call Morrissett Funeral & Cremation Services at (804)275-7828.

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: May 1, 2021 (3:00 PM)
  • Venue: Virtual Zoom Memorial
  • Location: Meeting ID 85302006576 Passcode 112233 - (Get Directions)

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14 responses to Gloria Jean Atkinson

  1. Jean was one who could always make you laugh and enjoy the small things in life. She was a kind. loving person and one that I was glad to call her a classmate. Our class reunions and ladies lunches where always special when Jean was there. Her presence will greatly be missed in the future, but not forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you remember her and her life.

  2. I will miss her until I can see her again. I can say many wonderful things about Jean, however, I think everyone knows how unique she was. I know Jean as my Gideon from the Bible. It truly describe my special relationship with her. To the family…you have my deepest sympathy. She loved all of you.

  3. Ronda says:

    My dear mother in law Jean you are missed so very much already ❤️ I know you are in a better place. I love you !

  4. I’ve known Jean since I was in my late teens. She was married and had two young sons at the time. Over the years I came to know her, and we discovered we had many things in common, besides our love for the truth. We often went to plant sales, garden tours and old historical homes together. I will miss our early morning phone chats (already do) and working together at the grounds of the Kingdom Hall. Jean often commented on how beautiful the earth was, and how she looked forward to helping in restoring it to the paradise it was always intended to be. I miss her very much, but am comforted by the fact that she is no longer suffering, and one day we’ll be working together again on this beautiful planet!

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