Glenn Clayton Ott, was born February 10, 2003 in Bremerton, Washington to Robin Sedillo and George Ott. He lived with his mother there along with his brother and sister until his mother was transferred to San Diego and he was brought to Canon City, Colorado, by his grandma Tina in September 2007. His mother returned at the end 2008. During this time he was diagnosed with ADHD and Autism. He started pre-K in Washington state and went to Headstart when he arrived in Canon City. He then attended McKinley and Harrison schools before entering Canon City High School. In 2018 he started high school in Cotopaxi, where he graduated May of 2021. Growing up he loved riding his bike and ripstick. When living on Washington Street, in Canon City, you could often find him riding at the Skatepark on Orchard. He loved collecting coins, foreign money, Pokemon Cards, Magic Cards, gadgets, doodads and fidget spinners. He enjoyed the Harry Potter Movies and when he got his first pair of glasses thought he looked like Harry, so he didn't mind wearing his glasses. He loved telling jokes and he loved laughing. He was thrilled to be taller than most people and always made fun of his feet being so big. He loved his dog, Bella and she would often be found in his duffle bag while he was riding his bike around Canon City. During his stay in Canon, he could be seen riding anywhere and everywhere any day of the week. Glenn went back to Salida to stay for a month to be closer to his mom and brother. While there, he was riding his bike on Tuesday, October 26th around 5:30 in the evening doing some tricks at the Skate Park and enjoying what he liked best. He was attempting to do an aerial when it went wrong. Glenn passed from us that day taking his joy and laugher with him. He will be greatly missed by one and all who met him. He is survived by his mother Robin; brother Gabriel and sister Jaedyn; his father, George and step-mother Jessica; grandpa George, grandma Mary, grandma Tina, grandpa Tim; great-grandma Nora Sedillo; half-siblings, Ayden, Lance, Zoey and Chloe; uncles and aunts, Matt, Molly, Noelle, Jodie, James, Michele, Kenny, Timoth and JoLee; great-uncles and aunts, Lonnie, Patti, Suzie, Roger, Wanda, Clayton, Joseph, Crystal and cousins, Lorianna, Bradly, Demona, Justina, Charlien, Sophia, Logan and Juliet. Celebration of Life will be held from 11:00AM to 4:00PM, Monday, November 8, 2021 at Cañon City Seventh-day Adventist Church,3180 E Main St, Cañon City, CO 81212. Anyone bringing food items for the potluck should contact Tina Pearsall at 719-557-0716. Online condolence at harwoodfuneral.com.
Published by The Canon City Daily Record on Nov. 5, 2021.
I am so sorry I didn´t make it to the funeral, my little one was ill. It broke my heart when I heard this news. He was a sweet bright young man and I was blessed to have known him. I will never forget our boys together as young guys figuring out the skate board stuff and laughing together over games. He will be missed. I will be praying for you all.
November 26, 2021
Glenn was a bright light in our lives at Canon City High School.
We are sorry for your loss.
CCHS Security Team
November 18, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss, Robin. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of Glenn´s family and friends.