Gordon Harry Glenn

March 29, 1952 - November 16, 2021


Obituary For Gordon Harry Glenn

Gordon Glenn, resident of Grande Prairie, AB, formerly of Sexsmith, AB, passed away on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at the age of 69 years.

Gordon was born on March 29, 1952, in McLennan, AB. He was raised in McLennan, then in Sexsmith for most of his teen years. Gordon was a Pipeline Welder for most of his career and loved life on their hobby farm raising a family. He enjoyed woodworking in his retirement.

Gordon was selfless, meticulous, confident, loving proud and devoted. He enjoyed all hobby farm activities (especially haying), skidooing and woodworking.

Gordon will be sadly missed by his wife Judy; sons Travis (Danae) and Kris (Char); daughter Julie (Mark); grandchildren: Ava, Liam, Tristan, Davis, Brinley, Owen and Lyla; brothers: Ken (Rolie), Wayne (Katherine), Bobby and Larry; as well as brother in-law Don.

Gordon was predeceased by his father Clarence Glenn, mother May Glenn and sister Linda Nadon.
The family would like to thank everyone for their expressions of support given to Judy and family, with phone calls, visits, sympathy cards, food, flowers, as well as donations in memory of Gordon.

Due to COVID a private invite-only Memorial Service will be held on Monday, November 22, 2021, at 1:00pm, at Oliver’s Funeral Home in Grande Prairie (10005 107 Ave.).

A live stream of the service will be accessible 15 minutes prior to the service on Gordon’s obituary located on the Oliver’s Funeral Home website.

Memorial Donations may be made to Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada AB and NWT Division (150, 9405 50 St., Edmonton, AB, T6B 2T4).

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  • Judy and family you are all in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time the loss of your hubby and companion, father, grand father . As kids we had such great times with Gordie at the farm with us. I know that he is smiling down at us all. Hugs and love Lynn Hyska

  • I always remember the first time we met Gordon and you at a reunion in Sask.. And even at a few more. We always loved seeing you both and the memories we made. Larry when he was still here with us often told stories about Gordon being related in more than one way. Geordie was always happy and so much fun. He's going to be missed. He was loved lots by his family. My condolences to you and his family.🌹🌺♥️

  • Judy Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Your kids and grandchildren will miss a dad and grandfather. Ron and José Geerdink Holland

  • I welded with Gordy lots and later in our carreers Gord worked for Me. He was a very talented Pipeline Welder with alot of finesse and always did high quality work. He was always very helpfull showing his techniques and tricks to other welders if they wanted help. When our son Luke started welding He was partnered up with Gordy and He still talks about how much He learned from him. Gord finished his last welding job working for me in 2009 (Brandon Manitoba) and as always did a fantastic job. A Great Mand and He will be dearly missed. RIP Gord. Brian Klashinsky

  • Gord was what I call a Finesse Welder. He was like Masters Degree in welding . Gord worked for me numerous times and always did a stellar job.. He always shared and taught his secrets to many other welders. Gord worked his last job for me on 2009 in Brandon Manitoba and as usual did a fantastic job. Please know all family what a great man Gord was. Brian Klashinsky.

  • To Judy and your family, we extend our sincere condolences. Gordon was a steadfast member of the CCSVI Society of Grande Prairie and District which is here we met both of you. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Paul and Myrna Lemay

  • Judy, Julie, Travis, Chris and families - sending my sincerest condolences for the loss of your father, husband, grandfather etc. May you find strength and comfort in your memories. Hugs, Carla Dodd

  • Our deepest sympathy to you and your family.Neal and I have great memories of all the times we spent with you and Gordie. Your kids and grandchild will surely miss a great dad and grandfather. His smile and laughter will be missed by all.

  • Gordy was always smiling and laughing. He brought light into any room.

  • Judy and family So sorry to hear of Gordy's passing. He certainly was an example of strength and encouragement and always had a smile. We know your happy memories will help you through this time of sadness. Deepest sympathies from Bryan and Carolyn Gaunt

  • So sorry to hear of Gordon's passing our heartfelt condolences on your loss to you and your family Bert & Pam Fritsma

  • So sorry for your loss!! Keep all the memories close to your hearts to help you through this tough time!! Hugs! Donna Deschene.

  • I enjoyed doing haying and working cattle with Gordon he was great neighbor and friend lam thinking of you Judy and the kids my thoughts and prayers go out to you. Randy Housman

  • My condolences on the passing of Gordy. I have known him for 45 years. Back in the late 1970's and 1980's, I too was a welder and welding on rigs and a few pipelines. Many fond memories of him. Joseph Sask

  • Judy and family. Sorry to hear of Gordie's passing. He was a great guy and always had a great outlook on life. Our deepest sympathies. Darlene and Paul Arndt.

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