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Willie Glenn Spain


January 23, 1945 - April 6, 2014

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Willie Glenn Spain was born in Ethelsville, Alabama on January 23,1945 to his parents Zeke and Minnie Spain.

He attended schools in Moulton, Alabama and received his education at Moulton High School. After high school Willie enlisted in The United States Army in 1965 where he served as a paratrooper, and an expert in M-16 rifle, and marksman 45 pistol, and also received several other badges of honor. He then was honorably discharged

in July of 1968. After Willie was discharged he relocated to San Francisco to join his high school sweetheart Judy C. Fuller where they were married July 12th 1968. To this union three children were born Malcolm, Mikel, and Opal. Willie was employed by The United States Mint, where he retired after 31 years of service. He also worked at the San Francisco Unified and Jefferson School District, up until his passing.

Willie departed this life April 6, 2014 peacefully in his sleep and was preceded in death by his father Zeke Spain, and his brother R.B Spain. He leaves to mourn his passing: His loving wife Judy C. Spain of 46 years, his mother Minnie Spain, 3 children Malcolm (Anita) of Pacifica, CA, Mikel of Daly City, CA, and Opal of Daly City, CA. 9 grandchildren: Justin of (MO) Jahmil, Marquis, K'Ren, Jazmyne, Jordan, Alexus, Kahlil, Melvin, and one great grandchild Cy'anna. 1 sister Louise Spain (Alabama), 1 brother George Spain (Mississippi) 1 brother-in-law Douglas Fuller (Rose) of Daly City, CA, sister-in-laws Ann C. Fuller of Oakland, CA, Annie Ruth Fuller of S.F. CA, Carrie Fuller of Fairfield, CA, Joan Fuller of Pittsburg, CA, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Special friends: Jack Norwood of Alabama, Joe Wilson of Vacaville, CA, Rowland of S.F. CA and the mothers of his grandchildren Cece, Christin and Nikki, who he loved and were very special to him. Willie Glenn Spain will be dearly missed!