Glamour Azz Obituary, Death – Glam, as her fellow CRG skaters affectionately called her, has unfortunately passed away. The group has entered a period of sorrow as a result of the news.
In the early stages of her roller derby career, Glam competed as a blocker, but with time, she transitioned into a jammer position where she is now a powerhouse. Between the years 2008 and 2012, Glam was a part of the CRG.
The phrase “badass” is the one that her coworkers use to describe her the most often when they remember back to the day that she received a leg injury during a game at the Cincinnati Gardens. This is because on that day, she was playing in the game. While another skater may have been unable to do much more than scream out in pain, Glam asked her bench whether she should call off the jam and apologized for not getting off the track quickly enough. Another skater may not have been able to do much more than scream out in pain. It’s possible that another skater couldn’t do much more than scream out in agony when they were injured.
She will be remembered for the one-of-a-kind style that she brought to the track, for her contagious passion for roller derby and for life, for the profound commitment that she had to her daughter, and for her ability to always have a smile ready for the camera. She will also be remembered for the profound commitment that she had to her daughter. Those of us who were fortunate enough to have known her will grievously miss her one-of-a-kind presence in our lives.
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