Glenda D. (Crites) Mayfield

July 23, 1921 ~ October 6, 2020 (age 99)


Glenda D. Mayfield, 99, formerly of Sedgewickville, passed away October 6, 2020 at her daughter’s home in Cape Girardeau.  The family sincerely appreciates the years of personal loving care given to Glenda by the staff and volunteers of St. Francis Hospice.   She held a special place in their hearts, as they also called her “Grandma”.

She was born July 23, 1921, in Daisy, Missouri, to France Gile and Carrie Ida Bollinger Crites.  She attended Critesville and Oak Ridge Schools.

She and Zelma R. “Tamp” Mayfield were married October 12, 1940, in Armstrong, Missouri.  Glenda worked at International Shoe Factory in Perryville and then Jackson, retiring in 1986.  Tamp worked at the former Loberg Garage in Sedgewickville and then owned and operated Mayfield Garage in Sedgewickville.    Together, they danced many years with the former Hilltoppers Square Dance Club.  Glenda and Tamp had been married over 70 years when he passed away January 11, 2011.

Glenda was a member of the former Willing Helpers Club; a lifelong member of Sedgewickville United Methodist Church, its United Methodist Women’s Group and the Crusaders Class.

Glenda is survived by four children and their families as follows:

Daughter, Judy (John) Reilly of Cape Girardeau; children:  Sherry (David) Landewee of Leopold, Missouri, Paul Pridemore of Sedgewickville, Jana (Gerald) Landewee of Scott City; step-children:  John (Nichole) Reilly, Collin (Colleen) Reilly, Erin Reilly; grandchildren:  Jennifer Inman; Jason (Neid) Brotherton; Lucas (Taylon), Seth (Stacy), and Caitlyn Landewee; Kyle (Lisa), Kevin (Megan), and Jeremy Pridemore; Derek (Lyndsey), Justin, Kayce, and Tyler Landewee;  step-grandchildren:   Lauren (Matt) Schmitt; Elise, Aubrey, Collin, Patrick, and Daniel Reilly; great-grandchildren: Hunter and Paisley Landewee; Raelyn and Fisher Inman; Presley Brotherton; Kaylee, Caroline, Shane Landewee; Jaxon and Declan Pridemore; and step-great-grandchildren: Rylee and Jaycee Shelton; and two great-grandchildren expected soon.

Daughter, Kay Waller (Melvin Roth) of Cape Girardeau; children: Kelli and Keith (Misty) Yount of Sedgewickville; grandchildren:  Jerod, Autom Yount (Landon Mitchell); and Gabriella Ayers.

Daughter, Janet Revelle (Mike Glastetter) of Jackson; children:  Kim (Jack) Thompson and Darin (Shannon) Revelle of Jackson; grandchildren:  Hannah, Lane (Heather), and Tanner Thompson; Ethan (Markie Sharrock) and Gus Revelle; and Faith (Dakota) Suhre; great-grandchildren:  Preston Revelle and Zetta Suhre; step- grandchildren:  Kayden and Kinsley Sharrock; and one great-grandchild expected soon.

Son, Kenny Mayfield of Sedgewickville; children:  Tyson (Tara Jarvis), Josh (Erica), Ethan (Kim Johnson), Aaron, Nick (Caitlyn Cook) Mayfield, of Sedgewickville; grandchildren:  Triston, Aiden, Mason, Jaylen, Emmett, and Coven Mayfield; and step-grandchildren:  Carson, Cayden, Ava, Jenny, Timmy, and Jase.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Tamp Mayfield; a son-in-law, Carl Revelle; an infant great-grandson, Anthony Landewee; her parents, France and Carrie Bollinger Crites; paternal grandparents, David R. and Anna Mary Elizabeth Hahs Crites; and maternal grandparents, William C. and Minnie Fulbright Bollinger.

With the assistance of the Rev. Jimmie Corbin, the family honored Glenda with a private graveside service at Sedgewickville Cemetery, where Glenda was laid to rest next to Tamp.

Memorials may take the form of contributions to Sedgewickville United Methodist Church or Sedgewickville Cemetery.

Online condolences may be sent to the family by clicking on the TRIBUTE WALL of Glenda’s personal obituary page at

Arrangements by McCombs Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Jackson.

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