Glenn Richard Creapo

June 23, 1934March 21, 2021

Glenn Richard Creapo – June 23, 1934 – March 21, 2021.

Glenn “Glenny Boy” Creapo was born on June 23, 1934 in Watertown, WI. He married Janet Creapo (deceased) on March 18, 1955 when they eloped due to the cost of a wedding cake.

He was preceded in death by his parents William and Francis Creapo; his 5 sisters, 1 brother and his baby girl Vicki Creapo.

He is survived by his Daughter, Terrie (Cisco); son, Bill (Carrie); daughter, Deb (Tom); son, Rick Creapo. Granddaughters; Dawn (Kory), Windy (Brett), Jenna (Ethan) and Haley. Grandsons; Adam Creapo (Amanda), and Kyle. Great grandchildren; Dylan, Madison, Colt, Andrew, Angela and Noah. Other significant family members; Cathy and Beth. Glenn loved his wife “Tootie” more than anything in the world and really missed her these last 2 years. He lived with his youngest son Rick Creapo and enjoyed spending time with his family and hanging out with his dog Buffy who didn’t leave his side. He was a huge Broncos fan and gambling was his passion. Every year he would go on a guys trip to Las Vegas with his two sons and grandson for the Super Bowl. The family will be holding a private memorial service. Donations can be made to Salem Lutheran Church located at 4318 N. Chestnut St. Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (Glenn Creapo Memorial Fund).


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Glenn Richard Creapo

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Tracy Kasten

March 24, 2021

To the familly and of course my best friend Ric, my deepest and heart felt condolences at this time to all of you, Glen was a great father, husband and a very true friend to me, Glen was the big guy who found the house I live in now, he even was helping me paint my house just weeks before closing to ensure I got my house, I will never forget that and will forever love and respect him for that, there are very few people in this world that went out of his way to help me in purchasing my first home, my heart bleeds for his passing but can rest easy knowing he’s with his wife now in our great heaven above, may the Lord except him with arms wide open as a great man and a great soul, he will forever be missed and loved for eternity, God bless Glen and your familly

Mary Mays

March 23, 2021

I was so sad to hear of the loss of your dad/grandpa’s passing. He and Tutti were two of the nicest people I’ve ever met. Praying for you all in this time of loss.

Mary Mays