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Glenn DeWitt Cummins, born January 10, 1948 in San Francisco, CA passed away May 15, 2012 in Everett, WA after a short but valiant battle with cancer.
Glenn DeWitt Cummins
Glenn leaves behind his beloved wife and life's partner of 43 years, Kathy; his mother, Ida Mary Cummins; brothers, Robert Cummins and Ian Cummins; and his sisters, Leslie Cummins-Clarkson and Debbie Bruner-Hussey; his nephew, Joshua Bruner; nieces, Heather Cummins, Amber Cummins and Jessica Bruner-Dea; and many more extended family members; and sisters-in-law, Marie Mcleod, Leona Lollis, Karen Ellis, Julie Dillard and their families; his two favorite cats, Patches and Bear.
Glenn was a force in life, his love of all things automotive related, included owning Customs Northwest Car Club. Glenn has worked for civil service from 1983 until his recent illness forced him into retirement March of 2012, he also was in the U.S. Navy from 1965 to 1967 with an additional four years of military reserve.
Glenn also leaves behind the many friends that he made not only through his car club and the various shows, such as the Unfinished Nationals, but also in the classic car circles and through work. He loved being with his family and friends, going to car shows, swap meets and traveling in the travel trailer.
The family wants to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at Providence Regional Cancer Partnership for his treatment and Providence Regional Hospital, Colby Campus and Hospice Program for his care during his final days.
At his request there will be no services. There will be a memorial announced at a future date.
In lieu of flowers, please make your donations to
Published in The Herald (Everett) on May 20, 2012