Glenn Wilson

July 22, 1948June 13, 2018
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Patrick "Glenn" Wilson age 69, passed away at the Oklahoma City Veterans Hospital on June 13, 2018 surrounded by his wife and children. Glenn was born on July 22, 1948 in Vernon, TX to Elmer and Lucille (Hull) Wilson. Glenn grew up in Tyler, TX and moved to Oklahoma City in 1959 and attended Capital Hill High School. Barely 17, Glenn volunteered to join the US Navy in August of 1965 where he served at US Naval Station Treasure Island in San Francisco until being deployed to Vietnam in Jan. 1968. During his time in Vietnam Glenn was assigned to Brown-water Navy helicopter attack squadron 3 where he served with distinction until being honorably discharged from the Navy in Feb. 1969. Glenn started working at OG&E in 1970 and married the love of his life, Sandra Jean Flint on Nov. 22, 1972. Glenn and family moved to the Surrey Hills area in 1978 where he resided until his passing. After 30 years of dedicated service, Glenn retired in 2000 from OG&E and began his second career as a delivery driver for Triangle A&E. Glenn loved his 17 years at Triangle A&E and worked there dutifully until sickness made him unable to continue in May 2018. Glenn was proceeded in death by his parents, brother Ervin McDowell, sister Joy Martin and grandson Noah Johanning. Glenn is survived by wife Sandy, son Zac and wife Jennifer Wilson of Yukon, daughter Christi Johanning of Foley, AL, son Noah Ferguson of Yukon, grandchildren Zoe, Alex, Luke Wilson and Nick Reddig, brother Donald and wife Jill Wilson of Moore, OK and a host of loving nieces, nephews and in-laws in the Yukon area.


  • Memorial Service Monday, June 18, 2018

Glenn Wilson

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LARRY Augsberger

June 19, 2018

Sorry for your loss of your family member and my Seawolf Brother. RIP. I do remember him from Vung Tau as I was Seawolf 9-68 9-69. He always seemed like a nice well liked young man. GOD speed. Prayers to the family.

Dan Arnes

June 18, 2018

To the family of Patrick Glenn Wilson,
I am sorry for your loss. I served in the same Helicopter Attack (Light) Squadron Three, HA(L)-3 in Vietnam. I did not know "Glenn", as he served before me from 1/12/1968 to 1/24/1969 in Vung Tau, Vietnam. I have been trying to find all 2,556 "Seawolves" who served in the short period of our existence, and "Glenn" was one of 241 that still hadn't been found yet. It appears he went by his middle name "Glenn", and I have been searching for Patrick. I'm so sorry that we never found him to get re-acquainted with his buddies in HA(L)-3 or to send him documents of his attachment to the squadron, and of our history, etc.

I would love to share this information with the family if interested. Please email me and let me know.

Dan Arnes
HA(L)-3, Binh Thuy, Vietnam, 1970-1972

Norman Whitehead

June 17, 2018

I worked closely with Glen at OG&E for over 20 years. He called me his main most man. He was a hard worker and easy to get along with. Everyone liked him. I haven’t seen him since his retirement party. I am sorrowed at his passing. He had many friends and will be missed by all. His family are in my thoughts.

Jerry Whitney

June 17, 2018

Uncle Glenn was one of the hardest working men I’ve ever met ! Was very proud to call him my uncle !

Annisa Mueggenborg

June 15, 2018

Glenn was a wonderful neighbor and a great friend. Very easy going happy person. What I remember most about Glenn, he would mow his yard during the summer every Saturday morning then sit in the driveway relaxing enjoying the progress and enjoying a beverage!!!
He would bring us Christmas goodies every year Sandy worked so hard making for her neighbors!!! I will so miss the Christmas delivery this year from Glenn.
Sandy we are here for you.

May the memories we share bring peace and comfort to your family. What a wonderful man taken too early. May God being your family peace and comfort.

William and Vicki Veitch

June 14, 2018

Glenn was more than a neighbor, he was a good friend. He always had a smile on his face and a ready laugh. Glenn was always ready to help out. He enjoyed relaxing with neighbors in his driveway with a cold drink and visiting. He never had an unkind word. We will miss him.

May Sherman

June 14, 2018

Glenn delivered supplies to our office weekly and what a joy to see him walk in the door. He always had a smile on his face and the best stories to tell. He brightened our day so effortlessly! We have and will continue to miss him daily. Our condolences to his family and to the many others that are mourning his loss. He will never be forgotten!!

Carrie Sides

June 14, 2018

Glenn had such a friendly and welcoming personality. He was always so kind and made it so much fun to visit his and Sandy's house. It just feels like home there! I'm going to miss him telling me I'm skinnier than the last time he saw me. He just had a unique way of making everyone feel special. He will be missed by many, many friends and family. He was a wonderful Uncle. Love to Sandy, Christi, and Zac. He loves you all so much and was very proud of you. Lots of wonderful and funny memories to give you comfort.