Glen A. Hagenbuch, 72, of 315 Hill Street Danville PA died Saturday morning,
February 24, 2007 at Geisinger Medical Center Danville PA. He was born May
4, 1934 in Montour County Pennsylvania the son of the late Luther and Carrie
graduated from Danville High School in 1952. A successful entrepreneur from
his late teens, Glen owned and operated many small businesses in the
Danville area including Glenís Calso, Glenís Atlantic and Car Wash, and
Markís Auto Parts. Upon selling his last business in 1972, he began his
career with the State of Pennsylvania in the Department of Agriculture. He
also served in the Department of Revenue and with the Department of Auditor
General as an auditor. He retired from the Auditor Generalís Department in
the Mahoning Township Tax Collector for more than twenty years. He also
served several terms as Montour County State Committee Man. Glenís
Atlantic and his tax office served as social gathering places. The time he
spent at both of those businesses gave him enjoyable and amusing memories.
Glen had an incredible sense of humor. He always had a joke to tell. He
was generous with both his time and resources. He always put others before
He was a
member of Trinity United Methodist Church Danville PA. He was past exalted
ruler and life member of the Danville Elks, a life member of the Danville
Moose, and was a member of Danville-Mahoning Lodge #224, F&AM.
survived by his wife of 43 Ĺ years, Jean A. McInroy Hagenbuch whom he
married August 17, 1963. Also surviving is one son Mark A. Hagenbuch and
his wife Colleen of Springfield PA and one daughter Dana J. Myers and her
husband Craig of Pittsburgh PA.
also survived by six grandchildren; Sydney, Morgan and Keri Hagenbuch and
Griffin, Peyton and Cooper Myers. Also surviving are nieces and nephews.
He is also survived by three brothers; James A. Hagenbuch, Luther Hagenbuch
and John H. Hagenbuch, all of Danville PA. He was preceded in death by one
brother Fred M. Hagenbuch and one sister Mary Noll.
Celebration of Glenís life will be held Saturday, March 3, 2007 at 3:00 PM
at Trinity United Methodist Church 306 Lombard Avenue Danville PA with the
Reverend Dennis W. Derr officiating assisted by Glenís niece, the Reverend
Barbara Kohler and the Reverend Edmund W. Minnich. Burial will be private
in the Odd Fellows Cemetery. Friends will be received from 1:30 until the
time of service in the parlor area of the church. Flowers will be provided
by the family. Memorial contributions in Glenís memory may be made to
Trinity United Methodist Church.