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Aubrey Glenn

August 28, 1947 — January 8, 2022

Aubrey Dan Glenn, 74, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away on January 8, 2022, in Lee's Summit, Missouri. Aubrey was born into the loving home of Brady and Christine Glenn on August 28, 1947, in Ozark, Alabama.

Aubrey would grow up and join the United States Army and serve 3 tours in Vietnam. During his service to his country, he met the love of his life Gwendolyn Imhoff and married her on October 20, 1968. They were true soul mates and had the fairly tale love story. They were blessed with 2 beautiful daughters Danette and Cherie. After his service in the Army, he continued to be a proud veteran from lower Alabama. Aubrey loved his family, and he would do anything for them.

Aubrey is preceded in death by his parents Brady Glenn and Christine Bludsworth. Brother John Glenn and Stepfather Leo Wonsewith. He is survived by his wife Gwendolyn, Daughter and son in law Danette Glenn and Larry Radford, daughter, and son in law Cherie & Jerry Lane. Grandchildren Stephanie, Haley, Jacob, Miranda, Dino, Gabrielle, Allen, Christopher, and Melissa. Great Grandchildren Hunter, Phillip, Lilly, Aubrey, Ezra, Cheyann, and Lucas. Sisters Michelle, Phillis, and Brenda. Brothers Brady and David as well as his step- parents Maggie and Harold Ramos. Dan will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him.

Services for Aubrey will be in the care of Longview Funeral Home and Cemetery- 12700 SE Raytown Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64149. Visitation will be Tuesday, January 18, 2022, at 1pm with service following at 2pm.

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