Glenda Sue (Taylor) Hilton age 69 of Alvarado passed away on February 21, 2022. Glenda Sue was born on February 5th, 1953 to William Douglas Taylor SR and Helen Ruth Taylor.
Glenda Sue was preceded in death by her parents William and Helen Taylor, her brother Archie Taylor, and her daughter Tammy Sue Hilton.
She is survived by her husband of 51 years Billy Paul Hilton and her four children, Billy Paul Hilton Jr., Charles Ray Hilton and daughter in law Pamela Kay Hilton, Melinda Gay Brookins and her husband Ellis Brookins, and Helen Faye Beach and her husband Paul Beach. She is also survived by her brothers William Jr. and Cecil Taylor and sisters Patricia Taylor, Marylin Perry and husband Joseph Perry, Brenda Durant and husband Richard Durant. Her Grandchildren include Natalie Drews and husband John Drews, Alyssa Hilton, Marcus Brookins and wife Rebecca Harrell, Mercedes Hilton and fiancé Austin Scott, Jacob Hilton, Carmen Hilton and Fiancé Kolebie Stephens, Charles Ryan and Elizabeth Collins, Margie Brookins, Meranda Hilton, Billy Kersey and Wife Ashley Kersey, Allen Morrow, and Maurice Morrow and Theresa Weeden, and Ronnie Kuiken and husband. Her great grandchildren include Vanessa and Kalvin Brookins, Liam Drews, and Kohen Stephens as well as several nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews.
Glenda Sue married the love of her life Billy Hilton on July 31st, 1970 and had five kids they raised together. Sue, as her family and friends called her, spent most of her life being a loving Wife and Mother. She was busy to say the least. Many years of her life were spent being Billy’s right hand in his work. Her and Billy picked on each other all the time, however you would be hard pressed to find a better example of what true love was as well as a love that could stand the test of time. Her kids will tell you she was one tough mom and are all very thankful for that tough love and all she taught them. She loved all of them with all her heart and made sure they knew as much. Her grand-kids and great-grand-kids were her whole heart.