ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Glenn Campbell, 59 years old, born on March 12, 1962, and passed away on July 3, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Jeff Worrell on July 14, 2021
Good bye my friend, you will be missed. The fun we had is unmatched and the pranks you came up with would have made you a fortune on today's YouTube. Our T time for the 24th is still on and though your spot in my golf cart will be an empty reminder of days gone by, I know we will meet again and I can't imagine what a magnificent course that will be. Love you buddy.

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Posted by Jeff Worrell on July 14, 2021
Good bye my friend, you will be missed. The fun we had is unmatched and the pranks you came up with would have made you a fortune on today's YouTube. Our T time for the 24th is still on and though your spot in my golf cart will be an empty reminder of days gone by, I know we will meet again and I can't imagine what a magnificent course that will be. Love you buddy.
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Glenn Campbell

Glenn Campbell was born on March 12, 1962 in Wiesbaden, Germany, to Russ Campbell and Anni Campbell. Being in an Air Force family, there were several stops before the family settled in Denver, Colorado. In 1966, driving into the city from the eastern plains, there were several reminders of the historic 1965 Denver flood still present. The family was happy to call Colorado home and lived on Lowry AFB..

            Schools in Denver found themselves in the midst of a busing controversy in the late 60’s to early 70’s, and Glenn and his family moved eastward and settled in Aurora in 1971. Mississippi Ave. was a two-lane dirt road and I-225 didn’t exist at that time. By 1980, when Glenn graduated high school, nothing looked the same. Glenn looked at college but then looked at the mountains... for a thrill-seeker, it was an easy choice.

            In the early 80’s, if you happened by the Keystone Resort ski area, you might have run into Glenn selling resort real estate at the base of the mountain. Selling property and occasionally skiing – and sometimes the other way around – Glenn found real estate a challenge and enjoyed the wheeling and dealing that went with the business. He also worked in the oil and gas industry for a while but came back to the real estate and dealt with multiple aspects of real estate investing. Glenn marketed and sold the first high-rise project in Denver’s Golden Triangle and managed projects at the Wisp Resort in Maryland, too.

            If there was one thing that brought Glenn joy it was his role of being a father. He leaves behind two strong, independent young women in his daughters Courtney and Nicole. The three of them shared many experiences and loved their adventures together.

            Glenn, always an explorer, now moves on to his final expedition.

            In life, he always brought a work ethic and a contagious attitude. A voracious reader, he was always learning and questioning – it was a lifelong pursuit. He had a powerful will to live and met, head on, any obstacles presented by this world.

            Euripedes once said of those who passed on, “Come back. Even as a shadow. Even as a dream.” Those who knew Glenn know anything is possible.

            He leaves behind his daughters, Courtney Campbell and Nicole Campbell, his life-partner Susan Reynolds, his brother Rich Campbell, and a multitude of family and friends.

Memorial service 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at:

Cherry Hills Community Church Chapel
3900 Grace Boulevard
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126




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