Gary D. Glenn, Sr., 59 year old Shattuck resident, died Friday, December 12, 2003 at Shattuck. Services were held Tuesday, December 16, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. in the Fargo United Methodist Church. Officiatiing was Reverend Aaron Martin. Interment folled in the Fargo cemetery under the direction of Johnson's Good Samaritan Funeral Service of Woodward.
Gary Douglas Glenn, Sr. was born on July 28, 1944 in Shattuck to John and Ruth (Ware) Glenn. He was raised in the Fargo area where he attended school. In 1963 Gary was married to Carolyn Bozarth. He began work for a seismograph crew living in the Woodward-Fargo-Elk City area before moving to Woodward in 1968.
On March 10, 1970 Gary was married to Treva Loucks at Perryton, Tex. They made their home in various places, as his work for a feed mill and truck driver for a hay service took them to different areas. In 1981 they located to Lewis, Kan., where Gary lived until 1997, at which time he moved back to Oklahoma to be near his family.
He was a member of the Fargo United Methodist Church. In his leisure time he enjoyed fishing, camping and playing pool. Gary loved to spend time with his grand children, they were the delight of his heart.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Don.
Gary is survived by his children, Kelly Glenn, Gary D. Glenn Jr. and wife Misty of Woodward, David Clark and wife, Christina, of Shattuck, Jeanette Stallings, Rhena Glenn and Kathy Glenn Boles, all of Woodward; one brother, Leon Glenn and wife Patsy of Ft. Worth, Tex.; two sisters, Sue West and husband Don of Woodward, and Paula Wells and husband Gerry of Fargo; 12 grandchildren; three great grandchildren; other relatives and many friends.
Submitted by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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