Funeral Services for Paul Glendy, age 63

Funeral Services for Paul Glendy, age 63
May 11, 1957 - January 30, 2021

Paul Glendy, age 63, passed away peacefully January 30, 2021, at his home in WaKeeney, Kansas. 

Paul was born May 11, 1957, at Broken Bow, Nebraska, to Clayton & Joan (Curren) Glendy. Paul graduated from Broken Bow High School and it was there that he met his first wife Patty Mogenson.  From this union came four children, Peter, whom they lost shortly after birth, Adam, David and Leah.  The two later separated and Paul met Tina Wolf and the two were married December 2, 1994.  Paul and Tina enjoyed 25 years of marriage before she passed away this last May.  After living in Broken Bow for a few years the two settled in WaKeeney, Kansas. 

In both Broken Bow and WaKeeney, Paul worked mostly as a general contractor where he laid flooring or traveled doing cemetery lettering throughout parts of Nebraska and Kansas.  Paul and his wife, Tina, also enjoyed three years as directors at Cedar Bluff Christian Service Camp.  

Paul enjoyed a variety of activities including playing cards with friends and family, dancing, camping, gardening, serving elderly members of the community alongside his wife Tina, talking politics and God, preaching the occasional sermon on Sundays, and most of all spending time with his kids and his grandkids. 

Paul is survived by his children, Adam (Wendi) Glendy of Broken Bow, Nebraska, David (Tara) Glendy of Broken Bow, Nebraska, and Leah (Jeremy) Jech of Wayne, Nebraska; Stepchildren, Derik Newell of Bentonville, Arkansas, Amber (Curt) Wagner of Ellis, Kansas and Darin Newell; 16 grandchildren; his mother Joan Glendy of Broken Bow; siblings Kim (Keith) Williams of Riverton, WY, Lori Williams of Broken Bow and Kristi (Tony) Sanchez of Broken Bow; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife Tina; his father Clayton; infant son Peter; and his brother Rick.

A memorial service for family and friends will be held at the Ogallah Christian Church in Ogallah, Kansas on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 11:00 am, with a lunch to follow at the church.

All cards and memorials can be made out to the American Heart Association and Hospice Services Inc.

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