Glenn Clinton Sanders
August 26, 1932 – January 22, 2019
Glenn Clinton Sanders of Horseshoe Bay, Texas passed away January 22, 2019. Glenn was born in Smithsburg, Maryland, on August 26, 1932 to Ira James Sanders and Thelma Ida (Neikirk)Sanders. He graduated from Smithsburg High School in Smithsburg, Maryland. He served in the United Stated Army 501st Military police. Glenn married Nelda East in August 22, 1954. Glenn worked for Rohm and Haas Chemical Company where he retired after 34 years of service. He also retired from the City of Deer Park, Texas as a volunteer fireman.
Abe, as he was known to many family and friends, was a name he was often called because of his honesty and Integrity. He will be remembered by all as a Christian and Godly man. His faith and love of the Lord was an example to all and guided him always in every aspect of his life. Glenn was always humble, patient and kind. He loved being with his family and friends the most. He was a loving husband, Daddy and Papaw.
Glenn is survived by his wife of 64 years Nelda East Sanders; his daughters Deborah Dobbs and husband Stephen, Shirley Varnell and husband Michael, and Karen Whitley and husband Mickey; Granddaughters Elecia Varnell Audish and husband Scott, Kristel Varnell Carnes and husband Justin, Diana Dobbs, Catherine Dobbs, Brittany Hatley, and Amanda Whitley; and two Great Grandchildren. Glenn is also survived by his sister Joan Reinser.
Family request instead of flowers contributions may be made to: The Glenn And Nelda Sanders Scholarship University of Mary-Hardin Baylor 900 College Street Belton, Texas 76513
- Glenn and Nelda Sanders Scholarship Fund
- Visitation Friday, January 25, 2019
- Graveside Service Saturday, January 26, 2019
Glenn Clinton Sanders
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January 25, 2019
My Uncle "Abie" was a very special man, and I'm very lucky to have had him in my life. His love of family, devotion to his religion and kindness to absolutely everyone set an example that I will always strive to equal. I take solace in the fact that he's now in a better place and walking with the Lord. I love him and I'll miss him, but Uncle Abe's life was a life well lived!