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In Loving Memory

McFarland, Glenwood “Tater”

McFarland, Glenwood “Tater” passed on Saturday Feburary 17, 2024. Beloved husband of the late Muriel Joanne McFarland (nee Yamnitz) for over 60 years. Loving Father of Bryan T. (Sherri L.) McFarland, Daren R. (Rhonda G.) McFarland and Kevin L. McFarland. Cherished grandfather of Bryan S. (Renee N.) McFarland and Stephanie N. McFarland. Great-Grandfather of Jordan, Shay, Colton and Mylah. Dearest brother of MaryAnn (Mike) Watson, Gary “Deano” (Linda) McFarlard and the late Faye (Charlie) Pritchett, Wade (survived by Judy) McFarland. Our dear uncle, great- uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Glenwood served his country honorably during the Korean War. He would serve as Treasurer for the Korean War Veterans of America. Glen retired from General Motors after 30 years of dedication; soon after his retirement Glen would dedicate his time to volunteering at Jefferson Barricks touching many lives along the way. He is gone but….never forgotten.

Donations in Glen’s honor maybe made to Wounded Warrior Project, American Cancer Society, or a charity of your choice.

Services: Visitation at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd on Thursday, February 22, from 10 a.m. until time of service 11:30 a.m. Burial J.B. National Cemetery.


3 thoughts on “McFarland, Glenwood “Tater””

  1. So sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. In the short time we knew him as a neighbor, he was so kind and friendly. May God provide your family with comfort during the days ahead.

  2. Very sorry to hear of Mr. McFarland s passing. I had a great respect for him. Grew up in Bayshore as a friend of Bryan’s, and he and my father were friends and coworkers. Rest in Peace.


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