Guest Book for Gloria Grotzinger

Provided by Peterson-Blick Funeral Home, Inc.

Posted by: Pam (Nussbaumer) de Jong
Thu May 09, 2019
I was sad to hear that the world had become a little dimmer for the loss of Gloria.
She was truly one of my favorite people at Mountain View, and the word "delightful" was invented for her.
Christmas Eve will always bring her to mind, most notably as I lament how nobody else sings "Oh, Holy Night" quite as beautifully as she did. The look of pure joy on her face as she sang, often illuminated by dimmed lighting, exemplified the meaning of the season for me.
She really touched the lives of so many people, and the energy that she inevitably passed along to all she met will long linger.
 

 
Posted by: Carol Nussbaumer
Thu May 09, 2019
What a lovely story about dear Gloria!  But no words, no pictures, no music can truly express what a huge loss this is to so many who knew and loved her. Gloria was one of a kind and she will be missed by so many.  I treasure memories of singing in church choir with her -- hearing her sing "The Fireman's Daughter" -- sharing in so many ways.
My love and sympathy to all the family.
 

 
Posted by: Barbara Moore
Thu May 09, 2019
Gloria was a fun loving, full of energy person.  She was a friend to my mother and my husband and me.  I am glad I got to know her.
May she rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Valerie
Thu May 09, 2019
She was a truly talented and giving person. I’m sure she is missed by many.
 

 
Posted by: Linda Remley
Fri May 10, 2019
There are no words to express my sorrow. Gloria was the most marvelous person I have ever met. I cherish all the memories of fun times, wonderful conversations, sharing her love of Christmas with me. I consider Gloria a dear, dear friend who will always be in my heart.
May God hold you in his arms lovingly.
 

 
Posted by: Mollie Morton - Regent
Fri May 10, 2019
The Robert Coe Chapter, Daughters of American Colonists would like to express their deepest sympathy to Gloria's family.  She was a lovely and talented lady and will be truly missed.
 

 
Posted by: Mona (Gottberg) Brooks
Wed June 26, 2019
Back in the early 70's, I was blessed to have Mrs Grotzinger as my voice teacher!  She was as kind and patient as a saint, and she herself sang like an angel.  I always loved seeing her with Hudson, and knew Terri in school.  I will keep you all in my heart!