Glenda "Kay" Hunt Myers, 71, of Cave City, KY passed away Tuesday, May
17th at Vanderbilt Medical Center. She was a native of Barren County, KY and a member of Basil Chapel United Baptist. Glenda graduated from Caverna High School and received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education 1973 as well as a Master of Arts in Education 1981 from Western Kentucky University. Glenda was a third-grade elementary teacher at Caverna Independent School District until she retired in 1994. She was passionate about making a difference in the lives of her students. She was the owner of Calvert Spring Water Company. Glenda was a graduate of the 2011 Master Gardner Class. She volunteered teaching horticulture classes with the Barren County youth 4-H program helping to plant crops and flowers at the local schools. Her knowledge of flowers was boundless. She enjoyed spending her spring and summers in her gorgeous flower gardens and always made sure to make unique arrangements for friends and family members. She was passionate about hosting parties and elaborately decorating down to the smallest detail, earningherself the nickname "Mini Martha Stewart." She inherited her mother's talent for cooking and loved to share her meals with her family. Glenda loved to travel and vacationed with her husband and daughter several times a year. Warm, tropical locations with a beach were always her favorite places to visit. Her friends and family always knew they were loved because of her caring manner whether it be a special note, a phone call or a visit.
Glenda was predeceased by her loving parents Fred and Elaine Hunt; her
brother Fred Alan Hunt; and by her dear best friend, Sarah Nadler Johnson.
She is survived by her loving husband of 51 years, James B. Myers; her
only daughter Sarah Anne Myers; her siblings, Timothy Mark Hunt (Regina) and
Anita Hunt Donselman (Donnie); multiple nieces and nephews and her furbabies, Maggie and Luce.
Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1pm on Saturday, May 21st at
Winn Funeral Home, Horse Cave, KY with a burial to follow in the Horse
Cave Cemetery. Visitation will be held Saturday at Winn Funeral Home
from 11 am until service time.
Expressions of Sympathy may be made in the form of contributions to Barren County 4-H Council, memo line 4-H Horticulture, 1463 W. Main St., Glasgow, KY 42141.