Gary and Mary Zurbuchen wrote on January 7, 2021
Glenn and Peggy were our best neighbors and best friends for the past 28 years. Glenn was an amazing man—kind, thoughtful and generous. He possessed a God-given talent to repair like new anything mechanical. It was his greatest joy to help his neighbors in need. He will be greatly missed. Often late at night you could see the light on in his shop as he worked to fix something broken. Forever we will instinctively always look out at night to see if the light is on. We know his spirit will be there fixing broken things. If God finds something broken in heaven, now we know God will be able to give the job to Glenn.
Chrissy Knaak wrote on January 5, 2021
I am so very sorry for your loss. It was such a pleasure to meet Glenn and share his company. I hope some time soon that we can celebrate his life together, until thenI hope his great kindness and love he showed us all brings you comfort. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Scott Willkomm wrote on January 5, 2021
Peggy and family, my sincerest condolences for your loss. Although I have only lived in the neighborhood for a few short years Glenn was always a friendly face and helpful when needed. Especially when the snow got deep. There were several times that he was over here with his snowblower before I ever had a chance to start clearing my driveway. I wish I had more time to know him and I will definitely miss our conversations in his driveway when I am out walking my dog. Rest in Peace Glenn and Thank You for your service.
Tim wrote on January 4, 2021
Thank you for your. Service in war time in Vietnam
Gerald and Darlene Breuer wrote on January 4, 2021
Peggy and Glenn’s family. Our sincere sympathy in the loss of Glenn. We have never known a greater man and enjoyed living in the same neighborhood with him. He was always happy and friendly and made you feel the same. Rest In Peace Glenn. God will be happy to welcome you home.