Leppert Mortuaries - Nora

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Glen E. Hague

September 15, 1932January 23, 2020

Glen Edward Hague, 87, of Indianapolis, IN died on January 23, 2020. He was born September 15, 1932 to Helen and Girstle Hague of Broad Ripple. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Marlene, children Karen Hague of Ann Arbor, MI, Mary D’Onofrio (Joe) of Glen Rock, NJ, Nanci Browne (Todd), Ronna Rice (Daryl) and Tracie Kern (Joe) all of Indianapolis, as well as his brother John D. Hague of Broad Ripple. He is also survived by 15 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death in 2015 by his son Glen Edward Hague Jr. (Betsy).

Glen was a 1951 graduate of Broad Ripple High School and also attended Butler University. He was a veteran of the US Air Force. He loved anything with an engine including cars, boats, Cushman motor scooters, amphi cats and motorcycles. At the age of 13 he began his lifelong career in the car business when he started sweeping floors at Hoster Roberts Ford in Broad Ripple. Glen joined Don Hinds Ford in Noblesville in 1956 and went on to become one of the top Ford salesmen in the country, receiving many awards and honors. He also began collecting classic Ford cars in the 1960’s and spent innumerable hours pursuing their acquisition and restoration. Glen loved telling stories about how and where he found the cars, becoming a recognized expert in the field. He also loved to relax at the family home and on the water at Lake Wawasee.

Private family services were held. Arrangements were entrusted to Leppert Mortuary, Nora Chapel. You’re invited to share a memory of Glen at www.leppertmortuary.com


  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 26, 2020


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Denny DeMoss

February 9, 2020

I was lucky enough to have known Glen for over 60 years. The two things I will always remember were his sense of humor and amazing memory. I sat with him on his back porch one afternoon while told me in detail of all the problems my Dad had with a 1958 Ford. This was over 55 years after my Dad sold it. The last time I saw him we talked about car auctions, the Bullitt Mustang selling for 3.4 million, '55-'57 Thunderbirds, and family. I will miss our visits and all the things I still had to learn from him.

Ed & Gina Apple

January 26, 2020

Marlene- so sorry for your loss. “Ugly” will be missed, and was a unique ole codger who was unlike anyone else. I’ll miss our bantering back and forth. Thoughts are with you and the family.

Bill Cooper

January 26, 2020

To the Hague family and friends: I met Glen in 1972. In the 48 years since, I had no closer friend. Glen was intelligent, had common sense and a certain intuitive ability about him. He was quick, witty, and full of fun and surprises. He had a serious side also. As referenced in another remembrance, when my parents died, both Glen and Marlene stepped up in a surrogate capacity for me as well. Glen taught me numerous things about both old Fords and life. We will miss you! Bill Cooper

Herb & Carole Fuller

January 25, 2020

Dear Marlene & Family,

So sorry to hear the news of Glen's passing. We have such fond memories of lake Wawasee conversations with both of you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

Herb & Carole Fuller

Chris Hoover

January 25, 2020

On my gosh Glen! Where do I start? You were one of a kind. You were my friend, my partner, my mentor and when needed after my Father passed away you were my surrogate Father! Your knowledge was endless and your life experiences were just awesome. There will never be another Glen, no one will fill your shoes! The days and nights we say and talked mean more to me than anyone will ever know. Glen, I love you!