OBITUARY

Glenn Frederick Dubiel

6 March, 196924 October, 2021
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Glenn Frederick Dubiel, age 52, of Midlothian, Virginia died suddenly Sunday, October 24, 2021. Glenn was the beloved son of Wendy and Frederick Dubiel of Maidens, VA. He was the loving father of Maria, Noah Glenn, Sarah, and Max Dubiel. Glenn is also survived by his sister Renee Dubiel Burleigh and her husband Julian Burleigh and nephews Brad and Alex Burleigh all of California, also he was the nephew of Dana Gast of Grand Island NY.

Glenn was an organ donor and saved the lives of three people with his donation. Glenn Dubiel held a successful career in the staffing and recruiting industry for more than 20 years. He most recently served as the President of Bartech Staffing and CORESTAFF and was head of Enterprise Sales and Delivery at lmpellam North America. Earlier in his career he worked in leadership positions at some of the industry's largest staffing companies, including Randstad, Ajilon and Robert Half International. Glenn worked his way up in the industry to positions of leadership and was known for his unique ability to personally and professionally relate to all levels of an organization. He helped countless professionals grow and develop successful careers in the staffing industry. He was widely recognized as a leader and influencer in the staffing industry and was named to Staffing Industry Analysts' Staffing 100 in 2020. Glenn played collegiate tennis while he attended Radford University in Virginia, where he earned his MBA and a Bachelor of Science in Economics.

A mass of christian burial for Glenn will be held Thursday, November 4, 2021 from 12:00 PM at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 9505 Gayton Road, Henrico, VA 23229.

In lieu of flowers please donate to St. Jude Children's Hospital in his name.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.woodyfuneralhomehuguenot.com for the Dubiel family.

Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Thursday, 4 November , 2021

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Brandon Saylor

11 November 2021

Dubiel family, Sorry for your loss. Glenn was a great guy and pleasure to work with at Spherion/Mergis. Learned alot from him and will be missed.

Kate Hall

8 November 2021

I worked with Glen years ago and he was always so upbeat and kind. Prayers go out to everyone who is mourning him.

marcus albin

5 November 2021

I just learned of Glenn's passing this afternoon. My self, wife Cristina and son Shane have such fond memories of countless soccer games throughout the years with the Dubiel family. I pray for the family and wish I had stayed in closer contact after Shane and Noah graduated from high school.
Godspeed Glenn

Chad Haddock

4 November 2021

Glenn,
I am so glad our paths crossed as you were a great Friend and Mentor. I will miss our dinners together, the laughter's and just talking about life events. When I Told my wife of your passing she said he was the guy that was so thoughtful to make sure I brought dessert home for the family. I will miss you and I know our paths will cross again.
Cheers my Friend.

Heather Carneal

3 November 2021

Glenn you touched so many lives and opened the door for me and my career by believing in me. I am heart broken to hear of your passing. You will never be forgotten

John Meehan

3 November 2021

Glenn and I worked together for many years, and I consider his mentorship and friendship invaluable. Lunch at Brio was a regular occasion, often just he and I. I remember well those lunches, but also golfing, and just office time together. He was always pushing all of us to be our best in a no-nonsense friendly sort of way that I appreciated and try to emulate.

I'll never forget the office BBQ at the Dubiels' house..we all know the story. It's an epic office story for the ages.

In my first year working for Glenn, he would regularly bust my chops over my admittedly ugly pointed-toe shoes. I closed a huge perm placement and Glenn took me to the J&M Store and bought me a very nice pair of round toe J&Ms.

Glenn, you will be missed. "PLU" are not to be forgotten.

I want to offer my sincerest condolences to the Dubiel family. You all are in my prayers.

Bob Busselle

3 November 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
There is no tragedy as great to a parent as the loss of a child.
Please know you are in our hearts and we are here for you.
With love and condolences
Bob, Deb and Kate Busselle

Bob & Kristen Lee

2 November 2021

Glenn was always there for his friends. He was immediately there for us when Bob was diagnosed with cancer. He flew to Vegas on short notice, we met up for a few nights & he helped us through the most difficult time. We dragged him to a concert and had a blast. We love you Glenn!

Rozalyn Corona

2 November 2021

Glenn…Thank you for hiring me back to Corestaff. You will definitely be missed… Your wittiness, your sales savviness… But most importantly your genuine support….
My prayers go out to your entire family… Your sister, your kids, may God Bless and guide you all.

Emeline Fuchs

31 October 2021

I first met Glenn as part of an exchange program with his daughter Maria. I was welcomed with open arms and he made me feel at home right away. I remember he was always in for a good joke or comment, even though I didn't get all of them back then. I discovered much of the American culture by his side and shared many memorable and fun moments with him. He is undoubtedly part of some of the best memories I have from my trips in Virginia. I was also very excited when my family got to meet him while he was in France. I will always remember how he and my dad managed to hold a conversion without speaking the same language.
I will truly miss him and going back to Virginia will never feel the same.
Rest in Peace.

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