Gloria Solis McBee

Gloria Solis McBee, 86, of Irving, Texas, now free of pain and home with many of her loved ones, took her wings on Sunday, April 24, 2022.

Gloria is survived by daughter Daryl Cissi McBee-Rice and husband Murray, daughter Dolly McBee McDowell and husband Tracy. Grandchildren Trey and Darrell Glenn, Cale Rice and wife Miranda, Dalton Rice and Trevor McDowell. Great grandsons Matthew Bexar Rice and Maddox Thomas Rice and many nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by husband of 64 years Darrell McBee, and daughter Donna Glenn.

She was a loving mother, wife, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend to all. She enjoyed her family, watching her children and grandchildren play, softball and baseball, she enjoyed her Dallas Cowboys, playing bingo and cooking for her family and friends. Gloria always made sure her family came first and loved them dearly.

Gloria’s wish was to be cremated and not to have memorial services.

6 replies on “Gloria Solis McBee”

Leann and Tom Hoff says:

Prayers for peace and comfort during these sad times. Love you all

Missy says:

When times were tough for our family, Aunt Gloria and Uncle Duffer stepped up and provided our family with a home (at Donna, Cissy and Dolly’s expense….never told you all how much we appreciated that!). They were loving caring, are and will be greatly missed! ♥️♥️♥️ To you all!

Gloria Houshian says:

My sincere condolences to you and family! The best Aunt ever and she had a very kind heart of gold! We shared many memories together! She was someone very special to me! We spoke many times on the phone. May God be with her and your loving family! Now angels watching from above! Love y’all mucho! 🙏❤️🙏

Peggy McBee says:

Aunt Gloria was a wonderful lady. Her compassion for her family was always evident. She was fun loving and had so much love to share. Her cooking was spectacular. Meals at the McBee house were definitely events to remember. We feel very fortunate to have so many beautiful memories to keep Aunt Gloria in our hearts.

David & Karen Evans says:

Our deepest condolences. I am sorry you lost her so close to Mothers’ Day. I miss her and Donna. Mrs Gloria always made us feel welcome.

Anonymous says:

I remember when Aunt Gloria came to visit in West Virginia when I was around 10-11 years old. She made us a special treat that we had never had! Nacho chips with piece of cheese on it with a jalapeño!! We thought it was fantastic!! Think of her when I make these for my grandson’s! One special lady that always called me Collie instead of Colleen❤️

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