Glen Steele - Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery

September 16, 2013

Entrance to Mobile Memorial GardensFuneral Arrangements
When: Saturday, 09/21/2013
Type: Funeral ceremony from Dignity’s Three Notch Rd. chapel followed by the cemetery committal service.
Burial Location: Garden of Apostles

Glen S. Steele, a long time resident of Mobile, died on Saturday September 12, 2013. He served in the US Army in WW II. He retired from Courtaulds.
He is survived by his children, Patsy Ann (Roy) Gates and John (Barbara) Steele, one brother Clyde (June) Steele and one sister, Margaret Steele, one granddaughter Jennifer (Ed) Luker, two great grandchildren Ben and Sara Luker.
Services will be held at Dignity’s Three Notch Rd.Funeral Home at 12:00 on Saturday, Sept 21. Visitation will be at 11:00.

Interment arrangements by Mobile Memorial Gardens Cemetery and Mausoleum, 6100 Three Notch Rd., Mobile, AL 36619 | 251-661-1333

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Condolences For “Glen Steele”

  • Glen was an amazing man and a man of many talents. He was known by several names to the folks at the Hillcrest Senior Center: Red Dog was the favored. He supposedly used it while he was boxing in Golden Gloves tournments. Glen had been General Patton’s driver. He and his late wife were championship ballroom dancers and Glen still enjoyed cutting a rug even in his later years. He loved to make wine and grow his garden. After his wife died, he took up the sport of billiards, and even though he shook as he aimed for the cue ball, it was as if he was going after a moving target and he more often than not hit his mark. When he smiled his whole face lit up like a Christmas tree. I will miss his presence but never forget having had him as a part of my life. Rest in Peace, Glen.

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