Jerry Don Glenn
Date of birth: December 14 1956
Date of death: October 5 2019
Jerry Don Glenn was born 12/14/1956 and took his last breath on 10/5/2019.
Jerry was born in Chatanooga TN to Don and Patsy Glenn, both still living. He has been married to Lisa Bradford-Glenn since 1996. Jerrys nickname was Ginger Jesus because he was a carpenter and a spiritual soul that gave love to all that crossed his path.
He is survived by Lisa his wife and his children Shawna and husband Bruce, Robert and Colton, he was also a bonus dad loving Robert Wade and his wife Shaela and Marti Ann Owings and her husband Tim, Tori Keith, and Tierra Erickson as if they were his own. He leaves behind 12 grandchildren, 3 sisters and 1 brother, he has numerous nieces and nephews that he loved openly and unconditionally. There will be no service per his request any cards or condolences can be mailed to Lisa Bradford-Glenn PO BOX 1103 Mulino Or 97042.
7 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Lisa J Bradford-Glenn I miss you so much you were such an amazing husband, father, grandfather, son and brother. You will forever be missed my love until we meet again know I love you with my whole soul!!
Candle lit by Vicky Pfrehm Jerry you fought the good race. You've left many great memories for your loved ones. Now rest in peace my friend.
Candle lit by beth pollanz such a good man, the world lost a legend
Candle lit by Ed and Jill We both miss you so much. Love you Jerry. The world's best son in law. You mean the world to us.
Candle lit by Loretta Glenn Owen Jerry Don, I have so many wonderful memories of you and me that have helped through this time of grief. Times filled with laughing and singing with you, learning from you and just being with you and enjoying God's creation which you loved so much. I miss you and your big hugs, and I'm so looking forward to seeing you again one day. I will love you forever and will be your little sister always.
Candle lit by Wanda Chandler I love you Jerry. I wish I could have spent more time with you and Lisa. You are a wonderful person, the salt of the earth. You will be missed