Glen Alan Hoenicke

2/18/1968 ~ 10/2/2021

Glen Alan Hoenicke was born on February 18, 1968 to June and Roy Hoenicke of Salt Lake City. Glen was welcomed back into their arms in heaven on October 2, 2021.

Glen married the love of his life, Angela Anderson on October 3, 1992. Angela welcomed and loved, Glen’s two daughters from a previous marriage as her own as they raised their families. You could find Glen in the great outdoors, camping, fishing, and hunting were the things he enjoyed. Glen loved spending time with his children, grandchildren, and wife. Glen was always willing to lend a hand to those in need. He was very caring in that way. Glen spent 18 years of his life as a first responder on the ambulance. He also volunteered in Sanpete County Search and Rescue for many years. He will be greatly missed by all of those who had the opportunity to know how great of a man he was.

Glen is survived by his wife, Angela, Sister, Mindy (Steven), children, Sage (Bart), Autumn (Austin), Colton (Makayla), Kelby (Marissa); grandchildren, Paityn, Ashlyn, Brooklyn, Piper, Lucee, Jullien, Areia, Remy, and Kaybree. As well as many other family members who loved him dearly. Glen is preceded in death by his parents, June and Roy Hoenicke, Mother and Father-in-law, JoEll and Jack Anderson. Brother-in-law, Niece, and Nephews.

We ask that in lieu of Flowers that you donate the money that you’d put towards flowers to the overwhelming expenses we have occurred due to his passing.

Funeral Services will be held Monday October 11, 2021 at 11:00am in the Fountain Green 2nd Ward Chapel. There will be a viewing held Sunday October 10, 2021 from 6 P.M.  to 8 P.M. and prior to the services from 9:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. at the church. Interment will be in the Moroni City Cemetery.

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10 Responses to “Glen Alan Hoenicke”

  1. Peggy Weir says:

    So sorry for your loss. He was a great friend to me, always willing to help me. If you need anything, please call.

  2. Natalie Roundy says:

    So sad to hear about Glens passing. He will be greatly missed. We have good memories of Glen. Please call on us if you need anything.

  3. Adriaan and Sherry says:

    We are so sorry to hear this devastating news….
    We are sending our thoughts & love to you All.

    Love you Glen!!

    xoxo from your cousin,

    Sherry

  4. Kristy Halliday says:

    Glen had such a gentleness about him. I really enjoyed all the conversations I have had with him over the years. He was a very kind giving person and will definitely be missed. It saddens me that his life was cut short.

  5. Perry and Carolyn Christensen says:

    Angie, we are so sorry to see this. Glen was one of the good guys, for sure and together you were a great team. Too soon… We love you.

  6. Katie Young says:

    So sorry to for your loss. Praying for all of you.

  7. Kristine and Casey Blackburn says:

    Angie, we are so sorry for your loss. Casey and I enjoyed getting to know Glen and running with him on the ambulance. He did a lot of good for the community. Sending our love

  8. Amanda Frutos says:

    So sorry for your loss he was a really nice guy. Hugs to you all.

  9. Angie, please accept my condolence, Glen was a very special part of my life and will be be missed. Always loved being around him with his smile and sense of humor.

  10. Ryan says:

    As a co-worker of Glenn I was truly saddened by this. He was always so easy going and fun to be around the few times I had the pleasure of him being at our pit. He would always go out of his way to say hello or just chat when I’d see him at company meetings or when he delivered water to us or helped us set up. He really was one of the Good Guys. Colton I’m sorry for your your loss, as I am for the rest of the family I never met.