A genuinely remarkable female from a generation like no other, a mentor, a mate and our wonderful mom Glenna Maduro de Rham passed away peacefully at her house in Gallatin Gateway, Montana, on Nov. 1, 2021, surrounded by her relatives. She was 85.
Glenna led an awesome and storied lifestyle loaded with experience, love, and pleasure. She was born in New York City on Oct. 31, 1936 to Brim and Lillian Maduro. She grew up in Larchmont, New York, and Darien and traveled the world with her superb mother and father who liked and cherished her dearly.
She fell in appreciate with horses at a young age and was a normal when it arrived to using. The National Horsemanship Championship for the ASPCA Alfred B. Maclay Trophy is the most prestigious competitiveness in the United States for Junior riders and in 1953 Glenna gained The Maclay Finals at Madison Sq. Yard.
From the day she was born, she had a amazing eye for artwork, style and interior design and style. Immediately after superior school at Reduced Haywood Faculty in Stamford she went to Bennett College or university in Millbrook, New York, exactly where she received the school’s coveted Inside Design award.
With that in hand, she was off to New York Town to are living with good friends and landed her 1st career with the distinguished Wingate Paine Studio as the photographer’s assistant. She was incredibly productive and had vibrant stories of her encounters in the manner pictures organization. In the course of her lifetime Glenna was identified for her exceptional fashion of creating, decorating and trend feeling.
“Nothing ventured, very little gained” was Glenna’s motto and she really lived up to that. Just after a whirlwind courtship, Glenna married William de Rham on April 28, 1962, in New York Town at Christ Church, United Methodist. They before long commenced a spouse and children and embarked on a journey that led to a wonderful relationship of 36 several years living in New York Metropolis, Extensive Island, Bermuda, Gallatin Gateway in Montana and Delray Beach front, Florida.
She was a amazing mother who was pretty concerned with her young children and all their activities — hardly ever missing a recreation, clearly show or match. In her spare time she helped on the ranch with every thing from bottle feeding calves, breeding horses and increasing foals, goats, sheep, ducks, chicks, bunnies, parrots and other animals she so liked!
Glenna, Bill, and their youngsters beloved journey and journey — which in some cases led to lifestyle transforming situations, like determining to purchase a dolphin show whilst on getaway in Florida and then transferring it to Bermuda where they lived during the summers. Or, the time they went on holiday to ElkHorn Ranch in Montana, and then made a decision to buy a cattle ranch and go the spouse and children from Long Island to Gallatin Gateway. Or, going on spring split with the young children to Florida and buying a dwelling in Delray Seashore, Florida, in which they put in winters participating in tennis, golf and touring the globe, until finally Monthly bill passed absent.
Glenna’s like for serving to other people led to her membership of quite a few charitable corporations from The Junior League of New York, Ox Ridge Hunt Club in Darien to co-chairing the Bethesda Ball in Delray Beach, Florida, helping Eagle Mount, Bozeman get off the floor and soar, or beginning the Doggy Ball for Coronary heart of the Valley Animal Shelter in Bozeman. Glenna will generally be remembered for her philanthropy, occasions and what she has performed for various communities.
She is survived by her three little ones: daughter, Lee son, Michael, his spouse, Leslie, and their daughter, Emily. Son, Stephen, his spouse, Annie, and their three daughters, Olivia, Coco, Jacqueline, and granddaughter, Kylie. And her stepson, William deRham Jr. and his spouse, Eugenie.
We loved our mom with all our hearts. She was born on Halloween and often liked throwing Halloween costume functions to rejoice her birthday. Regretfully she was not in a position to make it to her 85th birthday celebration previous year.
This calendar year, in loving memory of our mother, we will celebrate her lifetime with a memorial service and Halloween costume celebration of existence. Be sure to sign up for us Sunday, Oct. 30 at 12 noon for her memorial at St. James Episcopal Church and then at 5 p.m. for a Halloween costume celebration of daily life at Riverside Country Club!
In lieu of bouquets, you should make a donation in her memory to one of the charities she supported: Coronary heart of the Valley Animal Shelter in Bozeman, or Eagle Mount, Bozeman.
— an obituary from Dokken-Nelson Funeral Service, where by on-line condolences could be still left