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Rose and Black Funeral Home - Stoneboro
Thursday January 5th, 2023
3:00pm - 5:00pm

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Friday January 6th, 2023
11:00am - 12:00pm

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Friday January 6th, 2023
12:00pm - 1:00pm

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Glenda Lee (Callahan) Kemm

Glenda Lee (Callahan) Kemm, 81 of Lake Twp, Mercer, passed away on December 31, 2022 at St. Pauls. Glenda was born in Greenville on March 16, 1941 to the late Glenn and Ruth (Cathcart) Callahan. She was a graduate of Jamestown High School in 1959, Edinboro University earning her Bachelors degree in Elementary Education, and Slippery Rock University earning her Masters degree. Glenda began teaching in 1968 at Fredonia Elementary School teaching 3rd grade. She then became a reading coordinator for Reynolds School District, retiring in 1999.

She joined PASR in 1999 and served as President, Secretary, Past President, and Member Benefits and Services Chairman at the region level. She was also the Chapters Leaders Commission Region 8 Representative and held various other positions. She was a recipient of the John Dillon award in 2007. She was also a member of the Northwest Pennsylvania Hereford Association and the Audubon Society, participating in many bird counts. She served on the Advisory Committee for Early Childhood Education at the Mercer County Career Center, and was a NOTI proctor there as well.

She married her beloved husband, William “Bill” Kemm on July 20, 1968. The two resided on a farm near Mercer until his passing on November 12, 2021.

Glenda is survived by her siblings; Robert W. (Linda) Callahan of Ashtabula, OH, William L. (Patricia) Callahan of Conneaut, OH, and Janet L. (Lance) Borden of Carlisle, PA, five nieces and nephews; Heather, Melinda, Katherine, Vernon, and Joshua, and eleven great-nieces and nephews; Fiona, Brendan, Julia, Noah, Ethen, Sammy, Lucas, Ayla, Makenna, Logan, and Hannah.

She was preceded in death by her husband and parents.

Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Rose and Black Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc. 99 Franklin Street, Stoneboro. Visitation will take place on Thursday, January 5 from 3 pm – 5pm and from 11 am – 12 pm on Friday, January 6. A funeral service will follow on Friday at 12 pm with Lance Borden, officiating.

Interment will take place in Shenango Valley Cemetery, Greenville.

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Our sympathies to the family of Glenda. As a former reading coordinator at Reynolds School District, we appreciate her time helping the students in our district. A book donation will be made to the elementary library on her behalf.
-Reynolds Education Association

Reynolds Education Association Jan 5 2023 2:21 PM

Glenda and I have been friends for many years. We began our friendship as teachers at Fredonia-Delaware Elementary School. She loved and understood her students and they loved and respected her. Glenda and I were both members of PASR. During the month of May each year we would visit shut-ins and those members in nursing homes to give them gifts from PASR. Glenda also enjoyed our Book Club and her participation enhanced our club meeting greatly. I have wonderful memories of bus trips taken with Glenda and Bill and also enjoying PASR picnics together. I will miss her infectious laugh and sharing conversations with her. May you rest in peace now, Glenda, in the arms of our loving Savior.
Kay Riley

Kay Riley Jan 4 2023 1:47 PM

I offer my condolences to the family for Glenda who I work with and highly respected.
Our paths crossed for so many years and I wished I had taken the opportunity to know Glenda more.
We started at the Edinboro’s Off Campus Center at Hickory High School. We ended up working for the same school district and retired the same year.
I always thought of Glenda as a “real” teacher.
This world will miss her.
Tom Pryts

Tom Pryts Jan 2 2023 9:36 AM

Dear Glenda,
So many memories- where to begin. We enjoyed the fun of night classes at Edinboro's off campus center at Hickory High School, where we met. Then we were off to main campus to complete our degrees in elementary education.
We both secured teaching positions, and both were married in 1968. We ended up living about four miles from each other for over 40 years.
Sharing so many of the same interests, including bird watching, we joined the Audubon Society. We took several great birdwatching trips together to the Delmarva Peninsula. Those trips were great fun that we shared with the Butler group. The meals and the card games were treasured experiences.
After retirement we joined PASR and held various offices. We worked hard to promote our organization. It was also important to serve as proctors for the NOCTI tests at the career center.
I moved to Greenville first and was thrilled when you bought your cottage at St. Paul's.
My friend, you were a big part of my life. I will be forever grateful for your friendship. Save me a seat at the table when we meet again.
My sincere condolences to all of Glenda's family. She loved you dearly and always looked forward to your gatherings. A special thank you to Janet for keeping me informed.
Love, Pat

Patricia Jones Jan 1 2023 3:18 PM