Glenn Duncan Dies After Long Illness
Former Haines Grain Dealer Passes, Portland
Former Haines businessman, Glenn Duncan, who lived at 3925 S.W. Humphrey Blvd., Portland, passed away Sunday morning, May 12, at Good Samaritan Hospital following an extended illness.
Born in Haines October 1, 1907, Mr. Duncan moved to Portland in 1955, but continued property ownership in this valley.
He was general manager associated with his father Lee Duncan of the Haines Commercial Company of Haines, and served on the board of director of the U.S. National Bank of Baker before moving to Portland. He was semi-retired from the grain Business. He was a member of St. Thomas More Parish, and a graduate of Oregon State University.
Survivors are his wife, Dorothy and daughter, Mary Beth Duncan of Portland; a son James R. Duncan of Anchorage, Alaska; his father Lee Duncan of Haines; and four grandsons of Anchorage, Alaska. Rosary was Tuesday evening at the Chapel of Hennessey Goetsch and McGee.
Vault interment was at Mt. Calvary Cemetery.
Source: The Record Courier, Baker City, May, 1963
Contributed by: Belva Ticknor