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Glenn David Haas

October 20, 1986 ~ July 19, 2017 (age 30)

Glenn David Haas, a child of God, was received in the arms of our heavenly Father on July 19, 2017, he will be greatly missed here.

He was born October 20, 1986, in Upland California. Glenn was one and a half years old when the family moved to Kalispell, Montana. Arriving on July 4, 1988, Glenn and his older brother Stephen, arriving by plane, were welcomed with a burst of fireworks thinking they were a personal welcome to Montana. Glenn was involved with academic sports, community sports, and numerous outdoor sports. There was not a sport he did not excel in, but baseball had his heart. He attended Concordia University, Irvine, California, where he graduated with honors and a bachelors degree in finance. He worked in finance right out of college, moved into petrochemical sales, and then worked for 2M company.

Glenn was dearly loved by so many and will be missed greatly as well. He gave more than he ever received. His huge heart shined through before he ever said a word. No matter the circumstances, he would be there for you. Christ shined on him and through him.

"Spiritually 'Glenn' means God created in you an overly-sensitive nature which causes you to sense and feel far more than you can understand or put into words." - Sharan Baracker

The smile and warmth Glenn gave so freely and instilled in all of us will be missed. We all miss you and love you Glenn.

Funeral services will be held at Fresh Life Church, the Liberty Theater, Kalispell, on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at 11:00 am. The address to the Liberty theater is 120 1st Ave E. A reception at Museum Park will follow after the service.
Austin Funeral Home is caring for Glenn’s family.
Glenn David Haas, a child of God, was received in the arms of our heavenly Father on July 19, 2017, he will be greatly missed here.

He was born October 20, 1986, in Upland California. Glenn was one and a half years old when the family moved to Kalispell, Montana. Arriving on July 4, 1988, Glenn and his older brother Stephen, arriving by plane, were welcomed with a burst of fireworks thinking they were a personal welcome to Montana. Glenn was involved with academic sports, community sports, and numerous outdoor sports. There was not a sport he did not excel in, but baseball had his heart. He attended Concordia University, Irvine, California, where he graduated with honors and a bachelors degree in finance. He worked in finance right out of college, moved into petrochemical sales, and then worked for 2M company.

Glenn was dearly loved by so many and will be missed greatly as well. He gave more than he ever received. His huge heart shined through before he ever said a word. No matter the circumstances, he would be there for you. Christ shined on him and through him.

"Spiritually 'Glenn' means God created in you an overly-sensitive nature which causes you to sense and feel far more than you can understand or put into words." - Sharan Baracker

The smile and warmth Glenn gave so freely and instilled in all of us will be missed. We all miss you and love you Glenn.

Funeral services will be held at Fresh Life Church, the Liberty Theater, Kalispell, on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, at 11:00 am. The address to the Liberty theater is 120 1st Ave E. A reception at Museum Park will follow after the service.
Austin Funeral Home is caring for Glenn’s family.


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