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Glenn J. Brumbaugh October 19, 1963 - July 14, 2020

Glenn J. Brumbaugh, 56 of Muncy passed away at the Gatehouse on Tuesday, July 14, 2020.   Glenn and his wife the former Gail M. Houck were married on June 26, 1983 and celebrated 37 Years together.

Glenn was born on October 19, 1963 in Altoona and was the son of Donald Colyer and M. E. Brumbaugh. He had worked for Weis Market Warehouse in Milton as a fork lift operator.

Previously he worked as a security guard for Allied Barton at the Lycoming Mall and for Penn Traffic in their Riverside and BiLo Food stores as a manager.

Glenn was a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, he enjoyed wood working and refinishing and collecting baseball cards with his sons Jonathan and Brandon.

The most important part of his life was his family.

In addition to his wife he is survived by two sons, Jonathan and Brandon Brumbaugh of Muncy, a brother Ronald and a sister Elizabeth.

Services will be private and at the convenience the family.


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    Timothy Houck says

    Hard to put all of this in words, you will be sadly missed by all of us. knowing you are no longer suffering with pain. You was always like a bother to me nd not just a Brother in-law. Fly High as an eagle 🦅.
    I can remember all the times you had given me the talk of a brother to let me know when I was wrong. I can remember that clearly and think of that often. Your words of courage has helped me in many ways.
    I will always remember you.

    Your Brother – Tim

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    Gail Brumbaugh says

    Gone too soon and loved so much, so many hearts you have touched. My heart will never be the same, broken and in so much pain. Your suffering was too much to bare, rest in peace til I get there.
    I will love you forever hon! You will always be my hero, my love, my everything. ~ Gail

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      SMITTY and Doris Smith says

      Were all going to miss you Glenn you sure was something special a very hard worker for me at Bilo so sorry to hear of your passing but one great thing your and angel for the lord in heaven now RIP

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    Harry Hare says

    Glenn was one of best security officers that I had working for me when I was the Security Director at the Lycoming Mall. He always was willing to help when I had officers take off on vacation or call in sick. Glenn became one of my best friends. I often thought how much of a better world this would be if there were people like my dear friend and close buddy Glenn. When things started happening in his life that started the downward spiral, we always kept in touch by phone and through Face Book. My heart is broken over his passing, and I will miss him so much. My prayers and love to you Gail and to your 2 great sons and for his family will continue.

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Family requests that memorial contributions be made to the Kaufman Funeral Home & Cremation Services.