Funeral services for Glenna Maxine Stiles, of Milan, N.H. were held on Saturday March 14, 2020, at the First Baptist Church in Berlin. Rev. Dean Stiles officiated, assisted by Rev. John Loker and Rev. Mark Dollard. The organist was Wendy Williams. A quartette consisting of Emilie Stiles, Samuel Stiles, Wendy Williams and Richard Chabot sang “When Jesus Beckons Me Home.” The Holt and Enman Family sang “In The Garden.. Rev. Stiles and Rev. Loker conducted the committal prayers in the church. Private interment will take place later in the spring in the Hillcrest Cemetery in Milan. The Pall Bearers were Nathaniel, Benjamin, Eliza and Samuel Stiles and Sage Chapman and Mike Marr. Arrangements were by the Bryant Funeral Homes, Berlin and Gorham.
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