Glynda Aline Minick

September 24, 1948 - September 2, 2021

Glynda Aline Minick, 72, of Vidor, died September 2, 2021. She was born on September 24, 1948, to Dorothy Aline Nicol Foxworth and Alton Earl Foxworth, in Sour Lake.

Glynda was married to the love of her life, Glen Minick for 52 magnificent years. She was a cosmetologist by trade, but she was creative and very passionate about floral design and crafts. She was fan of all sports. The Houston Oilers were her team.  Any fall weekend before you entered into their home you could hear her cheering from outside. If you ever attended any sporting event involving her children, grandchildren, or someone she loved she was the loudest, most spirited in the stands.  She loved spending time with her family and friends that always became family. She loved deeply and accepted everyone. Over the years she was a mother to many and loved by all. Sissy, Honey, Aunt Sissy, Meme, Aunt Glynda, Mom she would answer to these with pride.

Survivors include her husband, Glen Minick; son, Lee Minick of Seminole, Oklahoma; daughter, Amanda Eason and her husband, Karl, of Orange; sister, Diane Maggio of Sour Lake; granddaughters, Shelby Eason and Devan Eason; niece, Nikki Andrepont and her husband, Chris, of Sour Lake; great-nephews, Drake and Ford Andrepont; and son-in-spirit, Randy Thompson.

She is preceded in death by her parents and brother-in-law, John Maggio.

A gathering of Mrs. Minick’s family and friends will begin at 10:00 a.m., with her funeral service to follow at 11:00 a.m., Monday, September 6, 2021, at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. Her interment will follow at Rosedale Cemetery, Sour Lake.

Please honor Glynda by wearing a face covering of your choosing to this indoor event as social distancing will likely be broken by your gracious and loving embraces.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 42040, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73123.

Please observe social distancing guidelines. By attending any public event, you are acknowledging the risk of exposure to the Coronavirus. Please follow the guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control:


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Gathering of Family and Friends

Broussard’s Mortuary Major Dr.
  • 1605, North Major Drive, Beaumont, Texas, 77713,
  • September 6, 2021
  • 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Funeral Service

Broussard’s Mortuary Major Dr.
  • 1605, North Major Drive, Beaumont, Texas, 77713,
  • September 6, 2021
  • 11:00 am


Rosedale Cemetery
  • , Armstrong St, Gladewater, TX, 75647,

Comments (6)

    George G Kronke says:

    In watching her video it really appears that Glynda had a very memorable and joyful life with a big family that really loved her. She loved her Texans and boy they were a sharp couple on their wedding day! As her Medicare insurance agent it was always a real pleasure talking with her on the phone tending to her and Glen’s drug coverage every year. I wish to express my deepest condolences and sincere sympathy to Glen and entire family for their loss. May you all continue to live in fond memory of her life.

    Sandy Beatty says:

    I had many fun times with Glynda and Glen through my friends, Dianne and Jim Branch, who lived across the street. We ate a lot of meals together and just had good times. So sorry for your loss.

    Debbie Cuniff says:

    Glynda and I went to school together Class of 67. We all lived in the same neighborhood (we lived on 3rd st). I will remember she always had a smile on her face and loved people and was so sweet. You and your family are in my prayers.


    Abby Iles says:

    Amanda, I’m so sorry about the loss of your mom.
    Here’s a random memory: a long time ago when she was subbing, she taught our class what “italics” are. Even now (30+ years later) when I’m typing and change the font to italics, I think of Mrs. Minick.
    Sending love–Abby Hickerson Iles

    Amanda says:

    Thank you for this. She absolutely loved subbing at the school because of the interaction with the students.

    Anne Bryant says:

    My prayers and thoughts are with your family. We will always remember Sissy for her love & kindness.

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