CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Gloria Antoinette Cary, 77, of Charlottesville, Va., passed away peacefully Friday, March 7, 2014, at Envoy at Staunton dementia care facility.

Gloria was born Aug. 31, 1936, in Cambridge, N.Y., daughter of the late Charles F. and Marghuerite Cary.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her sister, Mary E. Blackstone; brothers, Thomas A. Cary and Charles F. Cary Jr.

Gloria is survived by her daughter, Katherine Tolle of Charlottesville, Va., and granddaughters, Adele Tolle of Alexandria, Va., Hannah, Joelle and Rachel Tolle, all of Charlottesville, Va. Gloria is also survived by many nieces and nephews whom she loved to have around her.

She was an avid trivia gamer, and she also enjoyed bingo, bowling, boating and rollercoasters.

She was retired from New York State as a computer programmer for the Department of Labor.

Gloria spent many years in Schenectady before moving to Glens Falls, where she resided for 29 years before moving to Virginia to be near her daughter.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimers Association at www.alz.org.

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Allan Brophy

Dear Kathrine, You don' t know me but I knew Gloria real well. My mother was Mary Cary and Gloria would come and visit us quite often. We loved her very much and she will be dearly missed.We are so sorry for your loss. Yours truly, Allan Cary Brophy

Cjclark

Dear Kathy and Family, I am and my children deeply sorry for the passing of Gloria. I loved her like a mom and will always remember our times with her at her condo in Glens Falls. The times we had going out to dinner at her favorite restaurants and kidding her by calling her mom. I'm also glad she attended my wedding in Boston which I have on video. I will never forget her and I'm glad that I can remember her the way I last saw her in good spirits and healthy. May she rest in peace. Love, Carol and children💞🌹

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