In Memory Of

Glenn A. Prigeon

Omaha, Nebraska

Guest Book

gail veitzer

December 20, 2012 | Omaha, NE

Glenn was one of the first people I met in Rotary, who welcomed me and made me feel so comfortable. He was so polite and and stood up when I sat at his table and seated me! I will remember him with a smile. He was a TRUE gentleman - a a caring and thoughtful person! He left a great legacy. May his memory be a blessing to you and your family!
Gail Veitzer

bonnie and mark manhart

December 17, 2012 | Omaha, NE

To Glenn's children and grandchildren,
What a role model and loving father and grandfather you have lost. We never knew many details of Glenn's family or personal life. We had our weekly encounters at Rotary or a shared a few words when he and Charlene came to Jazz night or an occasional play at The Grande Olde Players,however we always knew Glenn as a person - quiet, polite, honest, caring, sincere, fun-loving, a true gentleman. We are happy to have known him and hope you can take...

jim johannes

December 16, 2012 | Omaha, NE

I wish to extend my sincere sympathies to Glenn's family on his passing.

I had the pleasure of working with Glenn at IBM. I learned a lot from Glenn and he made work fun. He loved his customers and was a friend to everyone. He always had a joke and a story. At some point in every conversation he would mention his lovely wife Virginia or boast on his children. Glenn was dedicated and a hard worker, but his job did not define him, it was his commitment and personality that IBM and...

December 16, 2012

I first met Glenn when I was in high school and doing a work-study program at IBM. He was so friendly and had a smile and laugh to share at all times. Little did I know at that time that I knew his son Rich and we would become friends, and Rich would marry my friend Chris. It became a small world! Much love to Rich and Chris, and the entire family as you remember and honor your father. He made a big impact on me in a small amount of time.

andy & tracy bingham

December 16, 2012 | Omaha, NE

Glenn was a wonderful guy. We have been so blessed to know him for the last 27 years.

ward cunliffe

December 15, 2012 | Omaha, NE

Glenn was among the first to greet us when we came to Omaha in 2006. He was a good neighbor, and he'll be missed.

rick denney

December 15, 2012 | Omaha, NE

Glenn and Charlene were always so engaging and upbeat.We will miss Glenn's joyful spirit.

From all the staff
at Old Country Buffet

December 14, 2012

Many heart felt prayers to the family...May you find peace and love with one another..

jim faiman

December 14, 2012 | Omaha, NE

I met Glenn on his frequent visits to Old Country Buffet for lunch. He was always accompanied by his friend, Charlene. Glenn was full of stories & loved to tell a joke. He would always "flirt" with the ladies who came to the restaurant to play cards. His friends at the restaurant began to miss him when he stopped appearing. Glenn was a "people person" with a keen sense of humor & a delight in the English language. He will be missed at the lunch hour. My sympathies...


Glenn's Obituary

Prigeon, Glenn A. Nov 26, 1930 - Dec 13, 2012

Preceded in death by wife Virginia Ann Prigeon. Survived by daughters, Vicki Prigeon, Terry Bell (Col. Donald), and Dr. Patricia Klarr (Jack); sons, John Prigeon (Dr. Peter Ferren), and Richard Prigeon (Christina); grandchildren, Dr....

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