Glenn Evans Coles

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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Glenn Evans Coles. He passed away peacefully at his home in Leduc, Alberta on Wednesday January 28.

Glenn is survived by his close companion Debbie Seipert, his son Cory (Amanda), their children Mackenzie, Brady, and Emily; son Bill (Tara), their children McKinley and Drew; son Chris (Nicole), and their children Hayleigh, Lana, and Hunter. He is also survived by his sister Joan (Luke), twin sister Gwen Ann (Andy), his brother Derrick, many nieces and nephews and many good friends. Glenn was predeceased by his parents Bill and May.

Glenn spent many years working for the County of Leduc and made many friends there. During his retirement he enjoyed spending time with family, friends and neighbors. He also spent a great deal of time building birdhouses and western pieces and proudly displayed them at local craft fairs. Glenn’s warm smile, kind heart and sense of humor will be fondly remembered.

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Ed Stein

My Condolences to your family in the passing of a great guy
Glen was always a pleasure to work with
I considered him a very good friend
unfortunately we did not keep up with each other after I left the County
I was sorry that I had not got together with him like we said we would
Glen could put you in a good mood and was always there to listen and give good advice
He will be missed by many but mostly by his family that he was so proud of
even if he did not always say it out loud
From an old friend
Eddy Stein

Gerry Gwozdz

Many years ago I worked with Glenn at The County of Leduc and it didn’t matter how down you felt that day he would always always make you laugh!! I offer my deepest condolences to his Family and ask That God Our Father give you His Power of The Holy Spirit to help comfort you in your time of grief and sadness.
From a very old friend Gerry Gwozdz

Ty and Linda Parkinson

Debbie and the Coles family, please accept our most sincere and heartfelt condolences on Glenn’s most untimely passing. We came to meet Glenn through Debbie, and from that, a deep friendship grew. He was a wonderful, warm hearted man, with a great sense of humor, and terrific personality. We will miss him always. Rest in peace, dear buddy. We love you.
Ty and Linda Parkinson
Leduc, Alberta

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