Gloria Doris Lilly was born on Oct. 14, 1934 and passed from this life to eternity on March 21, 2018, in Monahans.
Gloria shared residences in Brownwood and Brenham for 33 years prior to moving to Monahans in January 2017.   
She is survived by two sons, Richard L. Brammer (Sharon) of Abilene and Jeff P. Brammer (Kelly) of Midland; one daughter, Susan Diane Wooten (Bill) of Odessa; one brother, Royce Cline (Shirley) of Brownwood; and two sisters, Linda Courtney (Gale) of Willis, and Karen E. Cline of Brownwood.
Gloria considered herself very blessed and celebrated her 13 grandchildren and their spouses: Daphne Gonzales (Javier), Nathan Wooten (Erin), Justin Brammer (Abby), Amy Brammer (Brandon), Meradith Brammer, Morgan Rhine (Lance), Megan Widner (Chris), Nicole Taraba (Matt), Caitlin Brammer, Kris Anderson (Jodi), David Perez, Michael Perez (Justina) and Chandi Perez.
Gloria also had 23 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Gloria’s life will be celebrated with a memorial service on Saturday, April 14 in Brownwood at Church of the Good Shepherd located at 1800 Good Shepherd Drive.
Gloria was preceded in death by her parents, Odis and Frances Cline; her son, James A. Brammer Jr.; her children’s father, James A. Brammer Sr.; a sister, Mona McMinn; and a brother, Kevin Dewayne Cline.
Gloria was employed by the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation as a Licensed Master Social Worker at the time of her retirement in 2001. After retiring, Gloria did volunteer work at Brownwood Memorial Hospital, was a past president of the hospital auxiliary serving over 12,000 hours. She volunteered at the ARK (a domestic abuse shelter), for several other entities in the Brownwood area and helped teach Defensive Driving for AARP. She participated in the Red Hats Society and enjoyed a good hand of Bridge.
Gloria was loved and will be missed by many!