Nantz, Glen Leroy – Obituary

North Powder, Union County, Oregon

Glen Leroy Nantz, 73, a former longtime North Powder resident, died March 17, 2006, at Mountain Grove, Mo.

He was born and raised in North Powder.

His funeral was today at Mountain Grove, Mo. Buzz Brown of Elk Creek Church officiated.

Glen was born on March 23, 1933, at North Powder, where he was raised. He married Rosanne Montgomery on Dec. 29, 1963. They had two children. His wife is at home at 331 South Wall, Mountain Grove, Mo.

Glen worked as a logger and for Union County Road Department in La Grande. He had an auction service in North Powder and a store in Stanfield before moving to Missouri.

He served in Korea where he received the Purple Heart and other commendations. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and he loved to restore and refinish antiques.

Glen was a beloved husband, dad, grandpa, uncle and friend to many who will miss him, his family said.

Survivors include his wife; son, Kurt, and daughter-in-law Marvalie of Hollister and daughter Candi Linkenauger of Ava, Mo.; a friend who was like a son, Randy Black of Milton-Freewater; his brother, Allen, and his wife, Claudeen, of North Powder; five grandchildren, Leo, Miguel and Ana of Ava, and Nathan and Nicholas of Hollister; and several nieces and nephews and their children.

He was proceed in death by his parents, Charles and Percy Pearl Nantz; brother, Jasper; and two sisters, Bessie and Daisey.

Memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospices of America Foundation Inc., 807 N. Main St., Suite 1, Mountain Grove, MO 65711.

Used with permission from: Baker City Herald, Baker City, Oregon, March 24,2006
Transcribed by: Belva Ticknor



White, Judy Wallis. Union County, Oregon Obituaries. Published by Copyright 1999-2013, all rights reserved.

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