OBITUARY

Kevin Glandon

April 7, 1961April 1, 2021
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Kevin Glandon, 59, of Birmingham, Alabama, passed away on April 1, 2021. Kevin was born on April 7, 1961 to Max and Gloria Glandon in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. After graduating from Clinton High School in 1979, he went on to study mechanical engineering at Tennessee Tech. After graduating, he landed his first job at Georgia Power as a Mechanical Engineer. He eventually joined Southern Nuclear in Birmingham, where he became a dedicated fleet engineering manager. While working in Augusta, GA, he met his loving wife of 29 years, Stephanie Little. They knew each other through work, but seeing each other at the Masters Golf Tournament is where it all began. Kevin and Stephanie went on to have three children, Loveday, John, and Cole. They made their home in Chelsea, AL, and he was a member of St. Marks Catholic Church. Kevin was the epitome of a family man, and known for his smile. He was the kind of man who always considered others first. Kevin had a great appreciation for the small things in life and an understanding on what makes life worth living. His pride and joy is his three children and helping them achieve their dreams. He truly enjoyed his work in engineering and took great pride in it. He had a lasting positive effect on everyone he came across and the community. Kevin was predeceased by his father Max Glandon, and younger brother Brian Glandon. Kevin is survived by wife Stephanie Little Glandon, their children, Loveday (fiancé Jacob Murphy), John and Cole, also mother Gloria Glandon, brother Steve Glandon (Julie), nephews, Ross Glandon, Philip Glandon (Molly), Nathan Glandon, niece Rachel (Patrick) Baldwin, Great niece Charlotte Baldwin and Great nephew Rhys Glandon. The services will be held at Ridout’s Valley Chapel in Homewood, AL. Flowers or a donation to the American Heart Association are greatly appreciated.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Friends and Family are Cordially Invited to a Visitation

    Sunday, April 11, 2021

  • A Funeral Service Honoring the Life of Kevin L. Glandon

    Sunday, April 11, 2021

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  • A Private Family Burial Will be Held at Liberty Cemetery, in Chelsea, Alabama

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Tim Long

April 10, 2021

I would like to express my sincere condolences to Stephanie and the family of Kevin. I have had the pleasure of knowing and held the upmost respect for a truly extraordinary person for the last 30 years. Our career paths crossed many times over the years and at every crossing, it was comforting to know that Kevin would be dependable and committed to the success of the team, regardless of the circumstances. He told me on many occasions that he, “just wanted to help.“ I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity to know and work with such an honest, selfless coworker and friend. He made our lives richer and I will certainly miss him. I hope you find some comfort in knowing that he made such a profound impact on all that truly knew him.

Debra Craddock

April 10, 2021

Stephanie and Family, I’m so saddened to hear of Kevin’s passing! I know he was so proud of his family. His smile as well as his work ethic will be missed at SoCo. Lean on your faith and cherish the memories!

Tim Long

April 10, 2021

I would like to express my sincere condolences to Stephanie and the family of Kevin. I have had the pleasure of knowing and held the upmost respect for a truly extraordinary person for the last 30 years. Our career paths crossed many times over the years and at every crossing, it was comforting to know that Kevin would be dependable and committed to the success of the team, regardless of the circumstances. He told me on many occasions that he, “just wanted to help.“ I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity to know and work with such an honest, selfless coworker and friend. He made our lives richer and I will certainly miss him. I hope you find some comfort in knowing that he made such a profound impact on all that truly knew him.

Ken McElroy

April 10, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Kevin for many years. He was always personable, with a great smile that immediately put you at ease. Kevin also happened to be an excellent engineer and mentor. He is and will be missed.

Kam Wiggins

April 8, 2021

I worked with Kevin at Southern Nuclear. He was extremely kind, respectful and considerate of others, always smiling and so nice to everyone. He was a wonderful person who will be missed by many. Praying for the family!

Mike Young

April 8, 2021

To the Glandon family,

I am so sorry for your loss. I am heart broken over the news of Kevin’s passing. Kevin and I were best friends since the age of 7. You never saw one without the other. I guess the thing I remember the most is his smile and he never met a stranger. He was the most genuine person I’ve ever known. I pray God will comfort your family and bring you peace.

Mike and Kim Young

David Gambrell

April 7, 2021

Farewell but not goodbye. You will live on through others that you have touched by your smile and example. You will be greatly missed

Neil Minor

April 7, 2021

Prayers for the family. So very sorry for your loss.

Ian Watson

April 7, 2021

Id like to first of all offer condolences to Kevin's family, including his family at Southern Co.

I met Kevin in 2000 working with him in the Nuclear world. You simply could not meet a nicer person in life. Every get together was met with that smile and a "how are you". After work our discussions always went to golf....and the Masters, you must go he would say. In reading his obituary i learned that Kevin and Stephanie started their wonderful path at the masters, and here we are "Masters week". It is heartbreaking to loose such a great friend, a great person. Fortunately a couple of years back i had the pleasure of 18 holes at Oxmoor CC with him. A memory i will cherish. RIP Kevin, gone to soon.

Betti Chaney

April 7, 2021

My heart and prayers are with Kevin's family. I worked with Kevin for more than 25 years and it was such a benefit to have him at Southern Nuclear. He was so pleasant, so very smart and very accomodating as so many of us needed and required his help. Such a fine person! He will truly be missed.

Betti Clausell Chaney
Retiree, Southern Nuclear
Mobile, AL

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