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Glenn Edward Caudill

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Glenn Edward Caudill

Place of birth: Detroit, Michigan

Glenn Edward Caudill was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He enlisted in the Air Force after high school and served in the Vietnam war. After serving his country, he moved to the Dayton, Ohio area were he met his first wife Madonna Caudill with whom he had three children; Tina, Jason and Brock. Glenn was a Firefighter/Paramedic in Springfield, Ohio until 1998, when he retired as a lieutenant. He owned a HVAC company for years, and later worked in the industry after his retirement from the fire department. In 2006 Glenn moved out west to Reno, NV to be closer to his son Jason, and filled his time by working in commercial maintenance. Glenn loved the outdoors, hiking, camping, playing cards, dancing, Michigan football, motorcycles, woodworking and his rottweiler George. He adored his only grandson Tristin, with whom he cherished spending time. Their special bond of teasing and being playful would brighten even his darkest day. Glenn will be remembered for playfulness, candid sense of humor, work-ethic, stubbornness, perfectionism, and unending sense of adventure. Although large portions of his life were an ongoing emotional struggle, he will always be remembered for his bravery, sacrifice, and service to others.

Funeral Notice Detail

Glenn passed away suddenly in his home in Reno, Nevada on October 19th, 2016. He was recovering from a recent neck surgery when his health rapidly declined. Glenn is survived by his three children, Tina, Jason and Brock, as well as his grandson Tristin. There will be a celebration of life gathering at Birch House at Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs, Ohio on November 5th. This gathering will be from 1pm to 5pm, with a short dedication at 2pm. In lieu of flowers, please bring your favorite dessert. Glenn had a MAJOR sweet tooth, and would smile to see his family/friends celebrate his life with desserts. Donations should be made to Shriners Hospitals for Children, Burn Center — Cincinnati, Ohio.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Birch House, Glen Helen Nature Preserve

405 Corry Street

Yellow Springs , OH 45387

On: Nov 05, 2016 — At: 1:00 PM

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