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Place of Birth:
Tacoma, Washington
Place of Death:
Claremore, Oklahoma
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Glenn David Cantwell

Glenn stepped into heaven Friday, September 23rd, 2016 in his home at the age of 63. He was born August 3, 1953 in Tacoma, Washington to Harold Cantwell and Genell Hensley.

Glenn was a beloved husband, father and Papa. He was loved by all who knew him. Glenn is survived by his wife: Pamala of the home, Daughter; Courtney Brown and husband Justin, Son; Wesley Cantwell and wife Jennifer, Grandchildren; Atticus, Ella, Liam, Kate, Harper, and Baby Cantwell coming 2017, Siblings; Wayne Cantwell, Penny Guthrie, Kathy Horandi, and Diane Simpson, Parents; Genell Bailey and Harold Cantwell. He is proceeded in death by his sister; Geri Quinn, mother and father-in-law; Nellie Murdock Puckett (Momma Nellie) and Wild Man Bill Wilburn Puckett, and sister-in-law; Billie Seward.

Glenn was an inspiration to all during his long illness and will be greatly missed. Glenn wanted everyone he knew to know “It’s all good,” Jesus has my back and he will have yours too, if you’ll let him.

Service Information

Time: 1-Oct-2016 11:00 a.m.
Location: Fellowship Community Church
Address: Oologah, Oklahoma


Rhonda Ramey
We were very close to the Cantwell's for about 9 years. The numerous nights of laughter, the road trips, the trips to the lake, but most of all the beautiful gift of the Giver that God blessed our family with. The generosity given when we were in a season of need. He truly had the gift to be a blessing and loved everyone he came in contact with. He was such an encourager. I will miss you my friend. Rhonda
Barbara Miller
We loved you Glenn, you were always smiling and happy when I saw you!! Will always remember the fun times we had playing spades. Of course, Pam and I always won!! ?? You will be greatly missed. Thank you for taking my son, Jeff in as your own. Love you, Barb.
Brenda Mosteller Bolding
So thankful this man and his family came into my life at a time when I felt I had no one. God Bless
My brother Glenn was the life of every party, the kinds sweetest brother to me and a real inspiration of leaving this world with dignity. I could go on and on but I think everyone can see how much I loved him . Everyone I mean everyone will truly miss him .
Kirby & Patsy Keith
It has been a blessing and an honor to know Glenn. We are so proud to be known as his friends. We can never think of you, Glenn without seeing your smiling face! You have brought so much joy to this world with your beautiful outlook on life! We love you and we will see you again! You will be missed so much! Our love and prayers will continue for your beloved family?? Thank you for being out friend??
Cortney Brown
I miss you more than you will ever know! Love Sugar Lynn
I have so many memories of Uncle Glenn and there is not enough room to type all my favorites. However, these are what I will miss the most. His red hair was my first memory and bond to him, his hammer pants, his laughter, the way he sucked his teeth (I don't know how else to describe that), the way that he called me shell Danielle. So many happy memories of Uncle Glenn. Wish more than anything every niece could have had such an amazing uncle as I have had
Diane Simpson
Glenn, although life did not give us the opportunity to know each other or to spend much time with each other, I will always have the fondest memories of the few times we did spend together. I will never forget your fantistic hugs as they made me feel safe and loved. You will be missed by countless people including myself. Love you brother.
Candy Vickers
Glenn was one of the kindest, most generous and loving men I have ever known. And how he loved his family! It is Heaven's gain but he will be missed here on Earth.