Phillip Glenn

By: Staff Reports, Casa Grande Dispatch March 01, 2002

The memorial service for Phillip W. Glenn, 55, a Casa Grande attorney, will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Simes Mortuaries Casa Grande Chapel.
Mr. Glenn died of a heart attack Feb. 27, 2002.

He was born Oct. 31, 1946 in Fort Stockton, Texas, to Catherine and Roy Glenn. He served four years in the Navy and in 1969 married Christine Nelson. He graduated from law school at Arizona State University and was a loyal alumnus. He established a practice in Casa Grande in 1976. 

During the early 1980s he was a founding partner of Metasoft, a software development company. He later returned to practice law in the firm Howard & Glenn, which now is Glenn & Elliott. He was very proud of his restaurant, Cafe de Manuel, where he spent many pleasant hours visiting old and new friends.

Community involvement included: Jaycees, with which he helped orchestrate hot-air balloon races in the late 1970s to raise funds for charities; St. Vincent de Paul Society; Greater Casa Grande Chamber of Commerce; Greater Casa Grande Valley Economic Development Foundation; Sun Life Family Health Center board; Casa Grande Rotary Club; and various political campaigns. He loved playing golf and often could be found at Dave White Golf Course, where he enjoyed being a member of the men's golf association.

In addition to his wife, survivors include a son, Sarge Glenn of Chandler; two sisters, Mary C. Leverett of El Paso, Texas, and Mildred Bowers of Fort Stockton; and a brother, William Glenn of Fort Stockton.

Memorial contributions may be made to: St. Vincent de Paul Society, c/o St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, Box 12355, Casa Grande 85230. 

©Casa Grande Valley Newspaper 2002

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