Sutherland, Glenn Alvin

Sutherland: Glenn, 77 years, beloved husband of Kathy, father of Don (Kellie) and Ed (Marie), passed away in the Souris Health Centre on Saturday, October 26, 2019.  Memorial reception for family and friends was held at St. Paul’s United Church Auditorium, Souris, Manitoba on Saturday, November 2, 2019. Private interment in the Souris Glenwood Cemetery. In memory of Glenn, donations may be made to Cancer Care Manitoba or to the Souris Health Centre c/o Prairie Mountain Health Box 10 Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0.

18 thoughts on “Sutherland, Glenn Alvin”

  1. Kathy, Don and Eddy, so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time, Denny and Cheryl Tanguay

  2. Our thoughts are with you Kathy and family Glenn was a great guy always had a smile for you

  3. Kathy, Don and Ed and families. We are so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. Our thoughts are with you. He will be missed.

  4. Hi Kathy & family

    So sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing.
    Sending you all our deepest sympathies, love & prayers.

    Abe & Marian

  5. Our sincere sympathy Kathy, Don, Eddy and family. Our thoughts are with you. Glenn always had a smile for us where ever we met him.

    Alex & Barb Parobec

  6. Kathy, Don, Ed and families.
    So sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. Thinking of you all at this time in the loss of your husband and father . He was a kind and gentle person who willed be missed by all who knew him.
    Paul & Chris Swaenepoel

  7. I am so so sorry to the whole Sutherland family for your loss. Glenn was one of my favorite customers. He always had a smile on his face and was always happy to see everyone. He will be missed.

  8. Sorry to hear about Glenn . My sympathy to you Kathy, Don and of course Eddie . I always had a great visit with your Dad and Husband when I came to cut his hair it was alway hard to get away. I will say a prayer for him and his family.

  9. Kathy, Don, Eddie and Families,
    Our sincere condolences on the passing of Glenn. May your memories help you through the difficult days.

  10. Kathy, Donnie and Eddy and families, your Husband, Dad and Grandfather was one of the finest men we knew and thought he was “the best”, even though he did give us a hard time about what we drove. He will be up in Chevy heaven, watching us all. Love Bob and Barb

  11. Kathy, Don, Eddy and families,
    So sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. Glenn was such a kind man, always had a smile and a wave for you when you saw him. Last winter he came out with Don about a water issue and we had such a great visit. Everyone who knew him will miss him. Take care.
    Connie & Grant

  12. Years ago when Glenn first started working as a garbage man in Souris, I told him I thought he was doing a great job. He said that if it was his lot in life to be a garbage man then he was going to be the best one that he could be. Since then, I have often thought that it would be a wonderful thing if everyone did the best job they could and tried to live their very best lives. With Glenn’s passing the world has lost a special person. With sympathy, Ruth and Garry

  13. It’s almost 5 years, but you’re still in our thoughts every day. Our coffee times together were always jovial, and John and I sure miss the teasing and laughter that came with it. You always had a beautiful smile for everyone and a kind word. Hey thank you for being our friend well here on earth I look forward to meeting you again and God’s great celestial sky someday. Continued prayers and blessings to your family and friends. In Jesus Christ name Amen. B

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