Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Funeral Home

120 West Mill Street, Ossian, IN


Glenn Paul Roebuck

9 juin , 192931 octobre , 2019

Glenn Paul Roebuck, 90, passed away on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at Ossian Health and Rehabilitation Center. Glenn was born June 9, 1929 in Allen County to the late Clarence & Cecelia Roebuck. He worked as a self-employed mechanic as well as having worked as sexton for Hoverstock Cemetery. Glenn was a charter member of Zanesville Lion's Club and was a huge IU basketball fan. Surviving are his children, Glenda (Kim) Lenwell and Robert (Julie) Roebuck; grandchildren, Craig (Amber) Lenwell, Amanda (Robert) Wade, Andrew Roebuck, Ethan (Cherie) Roebuck, Courtney (Zach) Smith, Amelia Roebuck, and Evan (Abby) Roebuck; great grandchildren, Quinn, Callen, Graham, Aidan, Mariel, and Kate; and sister, Doris Dull. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Peggy Roebuck; son, Wesley Roebuck; and eight brothers and sisters. Funeral service will be held Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 11:00 AM, at Zanesville Community Church of God, 11984 Marzane Road, Zanesville, Indiana 46799 with visitation starting at 9:00 AM. Burial will be at Hoverstock Cemetery. Memorial gifts in Glenn's memory may be made to the Zanesville Community Church of God or to Hoverstock Cemetery. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.elzey-patterson-rodak.com for the Roebuck family.

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  • Zanesville Community Church of God
  • Hoverstock Cemetery


  • Visitation samedi, 9 novembre , 2019
  • Funeral Service samedi, 9 novembre , 2019
  • Final Resting samedi, 9 novembre , 2019


Glenn Paul Roebuck


Larry Tarr

8 novembre , 2019

So sorry to hear about Pap's passing. Brings back many fond memories from the 50's and 60's growing up in Zanesville and the Shell station on the corner. If I had a dollar for every time Pap cheerfully re-filled the air and fixed broken spokes in our bicycle tires ..... May God richly bless!

Jennifer Hoopingarner

5 novembre , 2019

Memories of the family are plentiful.......
Coming back to Indiana for family visits were topped off at Uncle Pap’s house with fun , plenty of Ossian doughnuts, good food , games , riding a go cart around , shuffle board , checking out uncle Paps machines in his sheds, and plenty of movie viewing of all family’s visits and childhood play times at the home.
Dear uncle Pap......You were the tallest Uncle I had and I was never intimidated by your big presence .........you were loved. RIP

Karen Emerson

5 novembre , 2019

So many memories! Playing shuffleboard in Uncle Pap's backyard at family get togethers, (riding around the black top driveway, which was a thrill for us who had gravel driveways), riding our bikes into Zanesville to hang out and buy a pop at Uncle Pap's gas station. Never heard Uncle Pap yell at any of us as kids, always a smile or a chuckle. Most recent memory though is how much he was loved and cared for by his children! Glenda, Bob and all your families, you were wonderful with your dad. We should all be so blessed to have families like yours! Thinking of you with love and sympathy, Karen and Mike