Gloria Ann Tunal Huddleston

Gloria Ann Tunal Huddleston, 80, of Texas City, Texas, passed away peacefully at home with family Tuesday, May 28, 2024 in Texas City, Texas. A lifelong resident of the La Marque/Texas City area, Gloria was born at Danforth hospital, Texas City on April 5, 1944 to Willie C. “Bill” and Virginia Tunal. Gloria graduated La Marque High School in 1963 and attended Baylor University in Waco, Texas.

Gloria worked over 30 years for the USAF, retiring as an Inspector for JPPSO, Joint Personal Property Shipping Office.

Gloria was a loving, compassionate, caring woman who we called Mom, Granny, Glo, and Aunt Glo. She loved showing her APHA (Paint)/PtHA (Pinto) horses and road trips. She enjoyed spending time with all her animals and couldn’t find it in her heart to turn away any misfit. She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and all who had the pleasure of knowing her.

She is preceded in death by her parents, ex-husband James H. Willson, husband Charley Huddleston, partner James L. Graham and her favorite grandson, Andrew “Andy” James Lewis. Gloria is survived by her daughter Rebecca Willson-Lewis (Ross Lewis), granddaughter Kristina Lewis, greatest-grandson Nathaniel James Kohr and great granddaughter Camilla Rose Tombrella, nieces and nephews, other relatives and many friends.

On Saturday, June 8, 2024, viewing and visitation from 2:00pm – 4:00pm followed by a Funeral Service at Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque, TX, Saturday, June 8, 2024 at 4:00pm with Preacher Rex Ballard officiating.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation may do so to: Animal Alliance of Galveston County, 1014 Bayou Road, La Marque, TX 77568



  1. We will miss you Granny. You were truly one of a kind!

    Leslie Tombrella
  2. You were always so kind to my brother and I growing up. I can remember spending Christmas with my Grandpa Willson and Grandma Gloria, learning about horses and how not to be scared of the dogs. We’ll miss you.

    The Willson Boys.

    Greg Willson
  3. Definitely gonna miss the random calls and crap talking!

    Christopher Ballard
  4. My Dearest friend I will miss you!

    You and James were two of the first people I met in Texas. Thank you for your friendship. There was never a sad dull moment with you around you was always ready to go take care of stuff.

    Love you until we meet again beautiful lady…


    Maryanne Roeber
  5. The Fellowship Church sends our condolences. May God’s unfathomable peace and strength and comfort be upon each family member during this time of grief.

    The Fellowship
  6. Thanks for being a part of my life
    I know you are happy now
    Being up there with all your fur babies
    and Charlie,James, and Ron and most importantly Andy
    Love you Kay

    Kay Stricklin
  7. Thanks for being a part of my life
    I’m going to miss you more than you will know
    I know you’re happy now because you are with all your fur babies
    and Charlie,James,Ron, and most importantly Andy
    Rest now know you were loved and will be missed my friend
    Love 🥰💙🐾

    Kay Stricklin
  8. You came into my life during a dark period when I returned from that unpopular war. You were a bright refreshing ray of sunshine and joy. You and Dad helped us get started after leaving the Marines in a time of uncertainty.
    Our loss is Heaven’s gain. Rest in peace Gloria.

    Rick Willson

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