Mrs. Sizemore joined her Lord October 21, 2004 at her home in Charlotte after an extended illness.
She worked in admitting for 25 years at Carolinas Medical Center and will be remembered by family and friends for her love and dedication.
The legacy of her life is her loving family. She is survived by her mother, Minnie Goodwin of Charlotte; daughters, Gwen Current and Stacey Glaub of Charlotte; daughter, Julee Glaub of Canton, CT; son, Garry Glaub of Palm Springs, CA; and grandchildren, Suzannah Glaub, John Nicholas, Hannah Canady, Jeremy Current and Matthew Current, of Charlotte.
Services will be 11 AM Saturday at Avondale Presbyterian Church. The family will gather to greet friends for 30 minutes prior to the service, and immediately following the service.
Published in the Charlotte Observer on 10/22/2004.
Dear Friends and Music Supporters:
Thank you for your love and prayers over the past years as I have walked a journey of grief with my mom as she has faced a terminal illness that finally took her home on October 21, 2004. It was truly an honor to walk with her over the last months in North Carolina and I miss her like crazy. I am relieved that she is breathing easily now. It has certainly shed new light to my life of song. My mom was certainly my biggest fan. Blue Waltz is her tribute. Her last words to me were, "Sing for me," and I shall.
Several have asked how they could honor my mom's life. The biggest way is to celebrate life today and remember to be thankful for gifts of life, breath, health, song, those we love and to live each day with intentionality.
Secondly, if you would like to give to one of the following ministries, I know she would be truly honored as would I.
Thank you for all the very kind cards and phone calls.
An organization begun by a close family friend, Dave Gotts:
American Friends of ICC (International China Concern)
When the office receives any gifts, they will send out some general information regarding International China Concern with a thank-you letter. Tax receipts will be issued in the new year and sent out.
Or, an incredible organization that walked with our family during this difficult time:
Hospice of Charlotte