Glenn-Ezell-Obituary

Glenn Ezell

Plano, Texas

1963 - 2021

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DIED
February 12, 2021
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Plano, Texas

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EZELL, Glenn Glenn Alan Ezell, returned to his heavenly home suddenly on February 12, 2021 at the age of 57. His life began in Mesquite, Texas on July 16, 1963. He would meet the love of his life Karen, in the late 80's, marry, be blessed with a beautiful daughter Ashley Nicole, and spend the...

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Glenn and I attended NMHS together and were both active in choir. He was wonderful friend, like a brother from another mother. He was always sweet, kind and just a fun guy to be around!! Although we all went our separate ways after high school, and it has been years since I last saw him, I never forgot Glenn. Rest in Peace my friend. You'll be missed very much!!

I knew Glenn only through Lombardo, but felt like he was my friend. And i would have hung out with him anytime, anywhere. One of my highest compliments I can offer is that someone "...is a good dude." Glenn is an was a good dude. His death has hit me in a very real way. I am probably the outsider here, but I will miss him. A lot. I have a feeling many people are feeling that way about Glenn. But I could tell he lived a good life. He was happy. Glenn always had the best stories...

Glenn was one of the most amazing and memorable persons I’ve met in my Career at Fanatics. His humor, his gentle spirit and passionate life shone through in everything he touched. Work was his passion but not before his family and his constant admiration of his wife and daughter. A great encourager, man of integrity and friend and my sincere condolences to family and close friends. Gods Bless

I've known Glenn since he was born, his father Conrad was my godfather, and our parents were best friends. I spent many a night with Glenn when we were little. I will miss him tremendously. Many prayer go out to his wife , Karen, daughter Ashley and family. May God comfort you in this time of loss.
Kirk Wilson

Hard to believe, but I know I will see you on my next dive as a shark or dolphin and I will recognize you. You always made me laugh and enjoy life. Visit often and don’t drink all the morlet in heaven save a glass for me.

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Glenn and I were introduced in Shangrala Oklahoma at a meeting for Wal-Mart stores regional meeting and was first that started a long friendship and Brother. He and I were business partners in many projects and company’s over 30 years. He was one of the greatest and best friends I could have. Miss you Brother. Keep your golf clubs and be ready when we see again. Promise to keep you in my heart for ever. I am toasting a glass to you
Tim C.

We were blessed to know the Ezell family when they lived in Abilene, TX. Oh, the fun we had with them! Never a dull moment with Glenn around. Karen and Ashley, we grieve with you over the loss of a great man. We are holding you close in thought and prayer. Van and Denise Jones