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Pamela M. Glennon

Thu, 02/11/2021 - 08:15

Many people will remember Pamela M. Glennon from the stand at Spring Close Farms, which she and her husband, Darryl Glennon, ran on Spring Close Highway in East Hampton until this fall, when they sold it to enjoy retirement.

Ms. Glennon, who was 63, died at home in Amagansett on Feb. 3 of a pulmonary embolism.

She is survived by her husband, her children, Heather Elizabeth Miller and John-William H. Glennon, both of East Hampton, and three grandchildren, Jack and Charlotte Miller and Travis Glennon. She also leaves her sisters, Deborah Dubrow of Southampton and Georgia Loper of East Hampton, and many close friends and relatives.

Ms. Glennon was born in Southampton on Dec. 24, 1957, to George Everett Miller and the former Betty Schellinger, both of whom died before her. She grew up in Amagansett and graduated from East Hampton High School.

She and Mr. Glennon were married on April 21, 1979.

She worked for many years at the Plants for Less Nursery before buying land on Spring Close and opening her own nursery and farm stand. Ms. Glennon also loved horses. "Her favorite place to visit was Maine," her family said, and "her grandchildren gave her so much joy."

The family plans a small gathering, with a celebration of her life to be held at a later date.

They have suggested donations in Ms. Glennon's name to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at stjude.org or 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105, or Connecticut Draft Horse Rescue at ctdraftrescue.org or 113 Chestnut Hill Road, East Hampton, Conn. 06424.


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