Glenn F. Dibble 08/26/ 2014

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Glenn F. Dibble, 54, Rensselaer Falls, died August 26 in Gouverneur, NY.  Calling hours will be Friday, August 29, 2014,  from 2-4 and 6-8 pm. Funeral service will be Saturday at 11am at the funeral home with Margaret Hance officiating.  Burial will follow in Hermon Cemetery.  Glenn is survived by his wife Schelene, brothers, Arthur Dibble and companion Connie Lawson of Heuvelton, Paul and his wife Bonnie Dibble of Brasher Falls, Rick Dibble of Heuvelton, Brian Dibble of Havre, Montanna, sisters, Veronica and her husband Norman Newvine of Hermon, Dawn  and her  husband Leon Anson of Hermon, aunts, uncles, 29 nieces & nephews, and many great nieces & nephews. Glenn was born on November 2, 1959 in Canton, NewYork, the son of Stanley and Lydia  Blair Dibble. He graduated from Hermon-DeKalb Central School. He married Schelene Watson on August, 23, 1997. He was employed as a truck driver for Gardenscape Quarry, Gouverneur. He previously worked as a maintenance man, mechanic, apiarist, tug boat worker, farm hand, and newspaper delivery. Glenn was truly a jack of all trades and could do anything with his hands. He was a member of the Sons of the Amvets, Heuvelton, Rensselaer Falls Volunteer Fire Dept., Rensselaer Falls Volunteer Rescue Squad, and the Kendrew Grange. Memorial contributions may be made to the Rensselaer Falls Fire Dept. or Rensselaer Falls Rescue Squad.

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  1. Dear Shelene, I am so sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. My heart is heavy for your loss and my love and prayers are being sent to you over the many miles between us. God bless you and be with you always. Love Sharon

  2. Shelene, I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Shelly Dawley
    Child Support

  3. Dearest Schelene,
    I cannot fathom what you are going through at this time in your life. My prayers and thoughts are with you as you journey through this monumental loss. May God hold you in His arms and comfort you. Marcie

  4. Brian and family,
    So very sorry to hear of your brother Glenn’s passing. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
    Kelly and Chris Jesmer
    Daphne, AL

  5. Thoughts and prayers go out to Glenn’s family and friends. It has been a number of years since I have spoken with Glenn; but I know that our conversation would be just as pleasant and friendly as always; because that’s just the way he was–a good guy.

    Take your spot at HIS table in the kingdom of GOD Glenn.

    DeAnna Hadfield

  6. Very sorry to hear about Glenn passing away.We went to school together. He was a very nice person and will be missed. My God Wrap You In His Loving Arms.

  7. Dear Schelene ~ my thoughts and prayers are with you. May I share your grief at the sudden and loss of Glenn. So Sorry.

  8. Sorry to hear of the loss of Glenn. I knew Glenn from our years at HDCS and Although our paths didn’t cross that often, it was always nice to see him because he was always so pleasant and easy going. We need more of him in the world! Sorry for your loss!

  9. My sincerest and heartfelt sympathy to you Schelen and family and friends of Glenn. I was so saddened and shocked to read of Glenn’s passing. I met Glenn many years ago when we both worked at Ames Dept Store in Ogdensburg. Glenn was such courteous, friendly, helpful, hard working person. Over the years we would run into one another and Glenn was just as friendly and outgoing as ever,with such a wonderful smile. Yes,the world needs more people like him. May he now smile down upon you during these very difficult times and give you strength. Sincerely, Ingrid

  10. Shelene, so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God bless you and take care.

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