OBITUARY

Keith Allen Glenn

October 17, 1981December 28, 2018
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Keith Allen Glenn came into this world October 17, 1981 and left on December 28, 2018. He was 37 years old.

He is survived by his mother, Cynthia Seaton Cagle; father, Allen Glenn and wife Beck; brothers, Chris Glenn and wife Shana, Michael Glenn and Kyle Cagle; sister, Danielle Cagle; grandmother, Mary Seaton; and many aunts, uncles and cousins, a niece, nephews and best friend and companion, his dog, Gunner. He was preceded in death by his brother, Brian Cagle; stepdad, Dan Cagle; grandfathers, Bill Seaton, Dr. Clarence Glenn, Bill Tinder; grandmother, Blanche Glenn Tinder; as well as uncles, Bill Seaton Jr. and Joe Glenn.

Keith grew up in Fort Smith attending IC Grade School, Trinity Jr. High and Southside High School. Keith excelled academically as a member of the National Honor Society in both Jr. and Sr. high as well as the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence awarded by President Bill Clinton. Keith attended UCA in Conway, on a full academic scholarship graduating Summa Cum Laude with degrees in Digital Film and Religious Studies. As a youngster he was active in sports at Ft. Smith Boys Club, Trinity Jr. High football and Church League baseball programs as well as youth Showdeos. He also loved helping others. In high school he was a member of Partners Club helping special needs students. He was even selected to attend the Special Olympics World Summer Games in North Carolina where he served as an interpreter and first aid medic. He also served as a counselor as Camp Aldersgate, for kids with diabetes.

Keith never met a stranger, often starting up a conversation with anyone and everyone, many lasting hours. His huge heart was often on display, even giving up his last dollar to someone in need. Keith loved music especially electronic music. He was known for putting on shows throughout various parts of the country as DJ Kincaide, often opening for headliners. He enjoyed traveling and seeing the sights while sampling and photographing culturally diverse foods. He liked to cook, but had some peculiar tastes in food especially spicy food.

Keith loved spending time with family, especially the chance to play with his younger cousins, niece and nephews. Keith loved to share his heart with everyone. Needless to say Keith will be missed.

Visitation and memorial prayer services are scheduled Monday at 6:00 pm at Edwards Funeral Home. Memorial Service will be Tuesday at 10:00 am at Immaculate Conception Church of Fort Smith with inurnment immediately following at the IC Church Columbarium. Arrangements are under direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Fort Smith Boys & Girls Clubs, 4905 North O Street, Fort Smith, AR 72904.

  • FAMILY

  • Allen Glenn and wife Beck, Father
  • Cynthia Seaton Cagle, Mother
  • Dan Cagle, Stepdad
  • Danielle Cagle, Sister
  • Brian Cagle, Brother
  • Chris Glenn and wife Shana, Brother
  • Michael Glenn, Brother
  • Kyle Cagle, Brother
  • Mary Seaton, Grandmother
  • Bill Seaton, Grandfather
  • Dr. Clarence Glenn, Grandfather
  • Blanche Glenn Tinder, Grandmother
  • Bill Tinder, Grandfather
  • Bill Seaton, Jr., Uncle
  • Joe Glenn, Uncle
  • Keith is also survived by his many aunts, uncles and cousins, a niece, nephews and best friend and companion, his dog, Gunner.
  • DONATIONS

  • Fort Smith Boys & Girls Clubs

Services

  • Visitation and Memorial Prayer Services Monday, January 7, 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, January 8, 2019
REMEMBERING

Keith Allen Glenn

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Brandice Canady

January 10, 2019

I will always remember you, Keith for the good person that you were. You had a way about you that made the people around you feel so very special and wonderful just by being near you. You had the best sense of humor. We bonded in our love and passion for music, right from the start. I will forever be grateful and blessed to have been your friend. I will cherish the memories I have of you and keep them with me always. For never was there a keinder or more gentler heart than yours. Good bye my sweet friend. My heart goes out to your family. You will be forever missed.

Donna Glenn

January 7, 2019

Loving, caring, gracious and smiling is how I will always remember Keith. I pray that the Lord will comfort you all now during this time of sorrow and always. Peace be with you. My love to you all.

JoAnn Kale

January 7, 2019

So very sorry to hear of Keith’s passing. Please accept our condolences, and continued prayers for comfort and peace.
The Kale Family
Baltimore, Ohio

Eric Lucena

January 5, 2019

There's a huge hole in the heart of Arkansas' Electronic music scene. Keith was such a huge part of our family. He loved the music and seemed to love sharing it with everyone twice as much. His presence at shows and gatherings was warm and welcoming, always smiling, he knew how special these gatherings of friends were. He was very loved in our community. He'll be missed dearly. I know that his heart has been heavy lately, when you're a good guy like that, you love hard. I believe that that load of loss that he was carrying has been relieved and he's in a better place now. Love and miss you my friend. My condolences to his family and loved ones.

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Biography

Keith Allen Glenn came into this world October 17, 1981 and left on December 28, 2018. He was 37 years old.

He is survived by his mother, Cynthia Seaton Cagle; father, Allen Glenn and wife Beck; brothers, Chris Glenn and wife Shana, Michael Glenn and Kyle Cagle; sister, Danielle Cagle; grandmother, Mary Seaton; and many aunts, uncles and cousins, a niece, nephews and best friend and companion, his dog, Gunner.
He was preceded in death by his brother, Brian Cagle; stepdad, Dan Cagle; grandfathers, Bill Seaton, Dr. Clarence Glenn, Bill Tinder; grandmother, Blanche Glenn Tinder; as well as uncles, Bill Seaton Jr. and Joe Glenn.

Keith grew up in Fort Smith attending IC Grade School, Trinity Jr. High and Southside High School. Keith excelled academically as a member of the National Honor Society in both Jr. and Sr. high as well as the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence awarded by President Bill Clinton. Keith attended UCA in Conway, on a full academic scholarship graduating Summa Cum Laude with degrees in Digital Film and Religious Studies. As a youngster he was active in sports at Ft. Smith Boys Club, Trinity Jr. High football and Church League baseball programs as well as youth Showdeos. He also loved helping others. In high school he was a member of Partners Club helping special needs students. He was even selected to attend the Special Olympics World Summer Games in North Carolina where he served as an interpreter and first aid medic. He also served as a counselor as Camp Aldersgate, for kids with diabetes.

Keith never met a stranger, often starting up a conversation with anyone and everyone, many lasting hours. His huge heart was often on display, even giving up his last dollar to someone in need. Keith loved music especially electronic music. He was known for putting on shows throughout various parts of the country as DJ Kincaide, often opening for headliners. He enjoyed traveling and seeing the sights while sampling and photographing culturally diverse foods. He liked to cook, but had some peculiar tastes in food especially spicy food.

Keith loved spending time with family, especially the chance to play with his younger cousins, niece and nephews. Keith loved to share his heart with everyone. Needless to say Keith will be missed.

Visitation and memorial prayer services are scheduled Monday at 6:00 pm at Edwards Funeral Home. Memorial Service will be Tuesday at 10:00 am at Immaculate Conception Church of Fort Smith with inurnment immediately following at the IC Church Columbarium. Arrangements are under direction of Edwards Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Fort Smith Boys & Girls Clubs, 4905 North O Street, Fort Smith, AR 72904.