Tintera, Glenn Joel age 81, July 14, 2013. Loving husband for 55 years of Arline Kriemelman Tintera; dearest father of Lora Reardon (Kevin) of Webster Groves, Linda Brooks (Doug) of Denver, and Lisa Guirl (Dan) of Ladue; beloved Grandad of Emily and Peter Reardon, Lily and Eliot Glenn Brooks, and Grace, Janie, and Ava Guirl; dear brother to Gloria Tintera Adlon; dear uncle, brother in-law, treasured friend, and trusted colleague. A life-long resident of St. Louis, Glenn graduated from Southwest High School and received his BSBA and MBA from Washington University. He later taught advanced coursework in marketing management, served on the public relations board and was a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. He was an accomplished and passionate pianist and at age 16 founded the Tintera Trio, an instrumental jazz band that performed in St. Louis until its members were inducted into the U.S. Army in 1952. He served as an assistant to the Chaplain in the Army during the Korean War
in Orleans, France. Glenn spent most of his business career at D'Arcy Advertising. He was named Ad Man of the Year by the American Advertising Federation in 1991 and Ad Person of the Year by the Advertising Club of Greater St. Louis in 1990. He retired from D'Arcy in 1994 as Executive Vice President and enjoyed his retirement years spending time with his grandchildren, playing the piano and golf, and walking the beaches of Naples. Services: Visitation 4-8 pm Wednesday, July 17, at Bopp Chapel, 10610 Manchester Road, Kirkwood, MO. Memorial Service 11 am Thursday, July 18 at Ladue Chapel, 9450 Clayton Rd., Ladue, MO. Interment private. Donations may be made to Ladue Chapel.