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Lawrence Elton Glennie
02 Sep 1921 - 18 Oct 2014
©Billings Funeral Home
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Lawrence Elton GlennieBud Glennie, 93 year old Woodward resident died Saturday, October 18, 2014 in Woodward. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Thursday, October 23, 2014 in the Elmwood Cemetery with Gene Karn officiating. Military graveside rites will be conducted by the United States Army.

Lawrence Elton “Bud” Glennie was born on September 2, 1921 in Felsburg, Kansas to James I. and Ethel Frances (Stinnet) Glennie. Bud spent his childhood in the Cedardale community south of Quinlan. He worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) helping to build Boiling Springs State Park. Bud enlisted into the United States Army on October 3, 1942, serving overseas during World War II in Europe and Japan. Bud was honorably discharged on December 20, 1945. He was united in marriage to Neomia Verda Matthews in Lipscomb, Texas on September 6, 1947. The couple made their home in Woodward where they remained throughout their lives. Bud worked for Lee Wilson Construction Company, he also worked as a custom cutter harvesting wheat, Lanes Transfer, and Caddo Crouch Freight Lines. Bud then bought his own truck. Bud worked hauling freight until he retired in 1983.

Bud is survived by one daughter, Norma Blosser and Fred Steadman of Woodward; one son, Larry Glennie and wife Linda of Woodward; three grandchildren, Rodney Dean Glennie and wife Christy of Alva; Curtis Wayne Glennie of Woodward; Darren Allen Blosser and wife Melissa of Woodward; two great-grandchildren, Allyson Blosser, and Ryan Glennie; step-grandchildren, Paul Blosser, Jeff Blosser, Steve Blosser, Vicki Blosser, Donna Blosser; Chris Reed, and Jennifer Roberts; two brothers, Dewey Glennie and wife Margie of Wichita, Kansas; Clarence Glennie and wife Velma of Humansville, Missouri; several nieces, nephews, other family and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, wife Neomia in 1996, three sisters, Ellen, Dora, and Doris; five brothers, Edward, Alfred, Bill, Pete, and Johnnie Glennie.

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