Thursday, August 13, 2020


Moab, UT

77.9 F

    Glen McFarland
    1956 ~ 2011

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    Glen Andrew McFarland passed away May 31, 2011 in Grand Junction, Colo. He was 54 years old.

    He was born on July 22, 1956 to Lee and Dorothy McFarland in Grand Junction.

    He was a long-time resident of Moab, Utah before moving to Grand Junction. He loved spending time with family and friends and loved the outdoors. He was always up for a road trip.

    Glen’s survivors include two sons.: Nick of Moab, and Ryan of Grand Junction; brothers, Phil of South Dakota, Jack of Grand Junction, Ralph of Canyon City, and Carl of Wyoming; sisters, Mary of Loma, and Lon of Douglas; his grandson, Collin of Moab, and many other nieces and nephews.

    He is preceded in death by his father, Lee; mother, Dorothy and brother, Kenny.

    Services were held Friday, June 3, in Grand Junction.

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