Glen Thompson

Glen Thompson

Thursday, December 12th, 1946 Thursday, November 7th, 2019

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Obituary for Glen Allan Thompson

Thompson, Glen

Glen passed away peacefully on November 7th at the age of 72. His loving spouse Linda Curry of 30 years survives him. Father of Steve (Petra) Thompson, Daughter Lori (Brandon) Wagar, Grandfather of Charlotte and Paige Thompson, Fielding, Turner, and Holden Wagar, Brother of Joan Bickle.
Predeceased by his parents William and Annie Thompson and brother Keith Thompson.

Glen enjoyed Fishing, Hunting, and spending time at the farm. He was an electrician and a dedicated member of the IBEW for over 50 years.

Family and friends are welcomed to join us at “The Pines” 115 Fountain Street South in Cambridge (Preston), for Glen’s Celebration of Life on Sunday, November 17th from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM - Open Doors - Free Parking/Wheelchair Accessible.

In lieu of flowers please consider planting a tree in memory of Glen.
Glen asked that as an expression of sympathy, take a friend for a coffee, a buddy for a beer, or a loved one for a nice supper.

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  • Visitation

    Sunday, November 17th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
    The Pines
    115 Fountain Street South
    Cambridge, Ontario
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    Sunday, November 17th, 2019
    2:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Interment

    Park Lawn Cemetery
    753 Fountain Street North
    Cambridge, Ontario
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Ilia Aloe

I met Glen at GRH when my mom was going for dialysis. He was part of the group that always chatted while waiting to go into the unit. He had a great sense of humour, always coming out with witty comments. My mom & I always enjoyed chatting with him & thought a lot of him. He will be greatly missed.
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Comment | Posted at 09:50pm via Memorial Tree

Robert Hunter

Never a mean word, always a smile, couldn't talk to Glen without feeling better than you did before the conversation, they don't come any better! RIP Brother!
Gone too young; my condolences: Robert Hunter
Comment | Posted at 05:44pm via Condolence


Our sincere sympathies to all the family. We will always know him as the man that lived in the barn with the raccoons and possibly other critters.
Neighbours to his farm ,
Rodney & Brenda Heipel
Comment | Posted at 01:58pm via Condolence

Colleen Sawyer

It was July 2000 & the Manitoba morning was already sweltering! The little Dodge 1/2 ton was loaded to the hilt and the 2 kids were buckled in. I, Colleen (Linda’ sister) was emotional about leaving for Alberta. Glen came over , checked the tarp straps on the truck box & adjusted my side mirrors explaining at the same time what I should be able to see when looking back through them! Then after my tearful goodbyes to my sisters, he was the one who came over , looked me straight in the eye and said “You can do this kid!” Drive safe and let us know when you get there! Right then I knew the 12 hour trip ahead would be ok and I would be fine!
Comment | Posted at 01:06pm via Condolence

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