OBITUARY

Glen Ray Honeycutt

June 17, 1942August 1, 2018
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Glen Ray Honeycutt, age 76 was born on June 17, 1942 in Camden, Polk County, Texas. He passed away on August 1, 2018 in Shenandoah, Texas.

He is survived by his loving wife, Linda Burrisk Honeycutt of Tomball, Texas. His Daughter, Lisa Renee’ Honeycutt of Spring, Texas; Son Glen Jeffrey (Jeff) Honeycutt and wife, Trish of Magnolia, Texas; Son, Peter Michael (Mike) Honeycutt and wife, Patty of Conroe, Texas.

Glen also leaves Grandchildren, Chelsea, Sarah, Glen Chase and Kamryn Honeycutt; Emily Hale and Nicholas Brooks; Piper Jones; Tracy Sweeten, Brandy Jolly and husband Ryan.

Glen had 11 Great-Grandchildren; Dalton and Madison Sweeten; Brayden, Haighen and Kope Jordan; Wyatt, Kayanna and Luke Jolly; Glen Mason Honeycutt; and Dallas Lane Alford. He was a wonderful father, but his days filled with Grandchildren were joyful. Then the Great-Grandchildren became the lights in his eyes. He also leaves behind several nieces and nephews.

Glen served in the U.S. Army for 9+ years and was in Vietnam in 1967 and 1978 as a Staff Sergeant. He also served as a Deputy Constable with Pct. 4 and Pct. 5 for a number of years as a Reserve and then full time Deputy.

Glen’s great loves were his farm in East Texas and his horses. Which eventually lead him to join the Salt Grass Trail Ride. After several years as a rider on Wagons #10 and #1, he became the first Safety Boss of the Salt Grass Trail. Glen implemented the Safety Procedures which the Houston Live Stock and Rodeo adopted to all the rides coming into Houston for the Rodeo. After being off a few years for health reasons he joined Wagon #9 and enjoyed his last few rides with another wonderful group of friends.

Glen’s other love was Hunting and the great outdoors. He loved the Piney Woods and his extended hunting family and friends.

Glen gained an Associate’s Degree from University of Houston, along with other studies in Safety. He was a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers. Glen spent more than 45 years in the Transportation Industry and formed his own Safety Consulting Business know as Transafe, Inc. He participated in the beginning of the Houston Council of Safety Professional (HCSP) and was a mentor to many in the Trucking Industry. He also worked closely with the SMC Safety Management Council in the State of Texas. Glen won many awards in his long career, but his Distinguish Safety Director Award and his Joe Atkinson Award were very dear to his heart.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Daniel Danek, Active
  • Richard Hale, Active
  • Dwight Jennings, Active
  • Lonnie Bennett, Active
  • Jay Sargent, Active
  • Earl Lee McDonald, Active
  • John P. Purvis, Honorary
  • Gary Don Thomas, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, August 5, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Funeral Service Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Committal Service Monday, August 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Glen Ray Honeycutt

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Sharon Heinsohn

August 6, 2018

My sincerest condolences to you, Linda, and your Family. I enjoyed the times we shared on Wagon 9. May the good Lord give you strength during this difficult time and may Glen rest in peace.

Mrs. Billy Mac (Shirley) Cockrell

August 6, 2018

The brief time shared with Glen and Linda at FBC, Corrigan, will be remembered always. His handshake and smile welcomed us all. Linda's love and care will also be lovingly remembered. May you have the assurance that Glen is in the Lord's presence and "We Can Only Imagine," the wonderful reunion Glen is enjoying.

Linda Bevil McDaniel

August 5, 2018

Gone so long ago are the days of our childhood, when our families were close and we grew up all together. After those days, we all went our separate ways with having our own life and own families. Then comes a time we reunite. Our parents are gone and we are the grandparents and heads of our childhood families. At this time, we reunite without missing any time lapse. I can’t tell you, Glen Ray how important it is to my family about our last reunion some years ago. Now it is time to turn over the monarchy to your children as you go be with God. But wait, we will be united again and forever some day. Thanks be to God. Love you dear cousin. Prayers for Linda and you family. Our Mothers were cousins and our Grandmothers were sisters. That is very special. ✝️✝️✝️🙏🙏🙏♥️♥️♥️

Kiley Molinski

August 4, 2018

Linda and family,
It is so hard for me to express how sorry I am for your loss. Over the years, Glen become like my extended family and seeing him was always such a joy. I always told him he reminded me of my uncle, and I suppose that’s why I felt we had such a good bond. I am so sorry for your loss and offer my deepest condolences on the loss of such an amazing man. He touched many lives, mine included.

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