Glenn Allen Marshall

glenn marshall
Glenn Allen Marshall, passed away on Friday, December 10, 2021 in New Braunfels, Texas at the age of 79. Glenn was born on January 16, 1942 in Corpus Christi, Texas to Luther Marshall and Gladys McClelen Marshall. Glenn proudly served his country in the Navy. After the Navy, he worked as a Quality Control Inspector for Nuclear Power Plants and worked for several plants, including Southwest Research Institute- Inspection of Nuclear Power Plants in San Antonio, A B Chance- Inspection of Electrical Power Structures in Houston, Houston Lighting and Power- Quality Assurance for Nuclear and Fossil Power Plants in Houston, Ebasco Services South Texas Nuclear Plant- Quality Assurance and Quality Control in Bay City, Texas, Professional Services Industries- Inspection and testing in San Antonio, and NDE Associates- Inspection and testing Worldwide in Houston. Glenn had several hobbies including working on cars, welding and could fix anything; "He can fix anything except for the crack of Dawn, a broken heart, or the Liberty Bell. He could fix the Liberty Bell, they just would not let him." Glenn is preceded in death by his parents; and daughter, Rhonda Keels. He is survived by his children, Spencer Allen Marshall, Aimee Argo, Tricia Marshall and Melody Marshall; grandchildren, Amanda Long, Taylor Figueroa, Michael Keels, Shaun Hoffpauir, Drexil Marshall, Leah Shipley, and Dylan Roberts; great-grandchildren, Trey and Owen Long, Serenity, Carisma, Crimson, and Astrid Keels, Laci Porter, Victoria Hoffpauir, Dylan Jr., and Aidan Roberts; sister, Carolyn June Spencer and husband Richard; and brother, Billy Wayne Marshall. Glenn is survived by several nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held Thursday, January 6, 2022 at 4:00 PM at Pearland Memorial VFW Post 7109. To order flowers, please use a local Pearland Flower Shop. If you have questions feel free to call Lux Funeral Home, 830-624-0500.

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  1. Aimee and Tricia, Let the memories of your daddy provide you with comfort and serve as guidance always. He will always be with you.

  2. He was a great friend, a kind neighbor, always ready to help. He had a certain way about him, which made him easy to talk to. Anyone was glad to know him, lucky to be around him and blessed from his presence. He will be missed. I am thankful to have known, and to have called him friend.

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