Holden/Brockton – Thespina (Tina) R. (Tsepsas) Glidden, 66, passed away at the Holden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center on March 4, 2020.
Thespina is survived by her son Gregory Glidden of Brockton, her brother James Tsepsas of Williamson, NY, her sisters Victoria Gibson of Williamston, NY and Willa Hamilton of New Castle, KY, and by her grandson Gregory Glidden Jr. Tina was predeceased by her parents and her brother Thomas Tsepsas of NH.
Thespina was born in Newport, NH on November 26, 1953, daughter of James and Beryl (Biddle) Tsepsas. Tina worked as an accountant for many years and was very involved with the Brockton Rotary Club and an active member of the Brockton Assembly of God Church.
We ask you to please consider making a memorial contribution to ALS ONE in honor of Thespina.
ALS ONE, is an unprecedented partnership of the world’s leaders in ALS from Massachusetts General Hospital, UMass Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, ALS Therapy Development Institute, and Compassionate Care ALS.
Together, they have joined forces on a shared Science Plan with a very specific goal committed to finding treatments or a cure for ALS by the year 2020, while improving the care model for those living with ALS now. To learn more about ALS ONE, visit www.alsone.org.
Private funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Shaw-Majercik Funeral Home, 48 School Street Webster, MA. A public memorial service will be scheduled at the Assembly of God in Brockton. (in warmer weather per Tina’s wishes)
A guest book is available at www.shaw-majercik.com where you may post a message of comfort, share a fond memory, or light a candle in remembrance of Thespina.