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Summerville, Union County, Oregon

Guy J. Glenn, 67, former La Grande resident and member of a well known local family, died Wednesday, Oct. 13, at his home in Knights Landing, Cal., where he has lived for the past five years.

Services will be held at Summerville, Ore., his birthplace Monday, Oct. 18, at 2 p.m., in the Summerville chapel, and interment will be in Summerville cemetery. Snodgrass funeral home will be in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Glenn was born March 20, 1881, on the Glenn homestead at Summerville. He attended grade and high school there and later farmed the home farm in that area. After residing in La Grande for a number of years he went to Boise, Ida., where he was associated with the Payette Lumber company. He moved to Knights Landing in recent years for his health.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lula Belle Glenn and one son, who are coming from Knights Landing for the services in Summerville.

Other relatives are four grandchildren, Linda and Richard Glenn of Ontario; Avery Lee Glenn who attends school in Provo, Utah, where he is a student of music, and Clayton Glenn, who is a student at Union high school. The latter two are sons of the late Howard Glenn, son of the deceased.

Other survivors include a brother, A. C. Glenn, of Ellensburg, and three sisters, Mrs. Hattie McWilliams, La Grande; Mrs. Louis E. Standley, route 1, La Grande, and Mrs. Clyde McKenzie of Summerville.

La Grande Evening Observer
La Grande, Oregon
Friday, October 15, 1948



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