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February 24, 1951 – June 24, 2024

Glen T. Williams, 73, of New Hope, died peacefully at home Monday, June 24, 2024, after a long battle with prostate cancer.

Glen drove cab for over 35 years for Airport/Town Taxi.   Glen is preceded in death by his parents, Ken and Barbara (Fredrickson) Williams, his grandparents and nephew JR Trondson.

He is survived by his forever love: Laurie DesMarais; his son: Jason Williams; grandsons: Cody and Chace Williams, Caden, Davis, Noah and Darin Jr. DesMarais; brothers: Brad (Michele), Dave (Karen) and Jeff (Debbie) Williams; son-in-law: Darin (Nicci) DesMarais, nephews and nieces.

Visitation and memorial service will be held at The Peterson Chapel, 119 Central Avenue N., Buffalo, MN on Monday, July 1 from 3-7 P.M.   Inurnment will be held Wednesday, July 3 at 10 A.M. at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, 1300 Barton Avenue N.W., Buffalo, MN.

 

 

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  1. Heather

    Toughest man I know gave hell of fight but most patient caring loving man i could of ever asked for to be in my sons your twin boys from hell their grandpa ( my dad) ( his name for them since found out having them grinning chuckling)lives always anytime we needed you boy the memories we have and will keep in our hearts from happy funny mad sad so many you took me in when I was 14 and it all started from there to the conversation you and my mom had before she past ya told me much later well when you see her tell her you kept your promise did one hell of a job You’ll always be Grandpa Glenn the best man that we could of ask fir to be in our lives wanna thank you for stepping up always when you didnt haveto and helped me when i needed you never judged and i never badmouthed we dont roll like that way wed say do we Glenn:)!! See you again in heaven again one day we love you so much! Heather Chace,Cody (your twin boys from hell just for you):) I got your voicemail recorded and your number will never come out of my contacts shaking your head I know crazy

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