Glenn Monroe Fenn
March 25, 1937 – January 31, 2019
Glenn M. Fenn was born March 25, 1937, in Montwell, UT to Susan Belle and George Fenn. He was raised in Roosevelt, UT.
He married Doris Ann Moore. They were later divorced. He married Sheila Gailey on November 22, 1972. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. They spent their lives together in Granger, Magna, and Mountain Home, UT. Glenn will be missed by the love of his life Sheila, brother Myrlin (Marva) Fenn, and sister Myrna Spaulding, sister-in-law Marion Fenn, Children Debbie (Duane) Harvey, Gregory Glenn (Kristin) Fenn, Deana (Lon) Glazier. Step-daughters Shauna Thornton and Treesa Parker, 22 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, daughters Pamela and Danette Fenn, son Wayne Fenn, sisters; Marvella Olsen, Myrth Roberts, and Ella Fenn, brothers Norman, Therlow, Leonal and Earl Fenn.
Glenn was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints holding many callings. He loved his family, dancing, coaching little league baseball, talking to everyone he met, spending time outdoors, and cheering on his Utes.
A viewing will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 10:00 to 10:45 a.m. at Valley View Funeral Home, 4335 West 4100 South, West Valley City, UT. Funeral Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. at the same location with interment to follow.
- George Fenn, Father
- Susan Belle Labrum, Mother
- Drew Harvey
- Christopher Harvey
- Jacob Gregory Fenn
- Timothy Tate
- Spencer Frandsen
- Tanner Huch
- Myrlin Fenn, Honorary Pallbearer
- Gregory Glenn Fenn, Honorary Pallbearer
- Duane Harvey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Skylar Harvey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Lon Glazier, Honorary Pallbearer
- Gary Jacobsen, Honorary Pallbearer
- Kelly Rawlings, Honorary Pallbearer
- Brady Stowers, Honorary Pallbearer
- Chance Passey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Lane Passey, Honorary Pallbearer
- Paul Goodfader, Honorary Pallbearer
- Viewing Saturday, February 9, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, February 9, 2019
Glenn Monroe Fenn
February 8, 2019
When I heard about Glenn's passing my heart was heavy but the knowledge that he is out of pain and safe in the arms of our savoir gives great comfort. I will never forget Glenn's big smile and all his stories. Glenn was a very special man that left us with wonderful memories. I don't have many childhood memories that don't include Glenn, Sheila and the girls. Thank you for being such and important part of my childhood.
Love you always,
February 5, 2019
Glen always treated everyone like they were his family, Shelia Shauna Treesa and Deana you will always be a part of my life I remember fondly. All the fishing trips and ball games. The late nights just sitting around the table playing Uno. Glen was always a good sport and I wonderful friend. He always made everyone feel at home in his house. He never looked down on anyone and had a way of building you up when you were down. He worked very hard to make I good life for his family and I know he will be missed. Shelia I can't even know how much you miss him I could always tell he was your soul mate and he always looked at you like you were the only lady on this earth. I know the good lord is holding him tight and keeping him in the warm light tell he can be with you again. I am proud to have walked this planet with Glen and he made my journey here better. My prayer are with you all may the lord keep you close and bless you.
February 4, 2019
Glenn has been a good friend to all of us at IFA , our thoughts and prayers are with you through this time . We will dearly miss our interaction with Glenn.
Janet Fenn Row
February 3, 2019
Uncle Glenn lived with our family when I was just a baby, so I don’t remember any of that....I do know I always felt close to him and loved him dearly. When my dad (Leonal, his brother) was suffering with Alzheimer’s, I had no help caring for him when his wife got sick and was in the hospital. I called just to let Uncle Glenn and Aunt Sheila know what was going on, and they asked what they could do to help. They took Dad home with them overnight, giving me a night to sleep, and the next day I was able to place him in a care facility. I will never forget this and will always be grateful. I was also glad to get to go to his 80th birthday party! I loved his stories, and his wonderful hugs. I will miss him so much...oh, and he’s the only uncle I have left who still called me Janie. Rest In Peace dear uncle.