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Glenn R. Sorenson, of Dalbo, MN passed away on Saturday, December 27, 2014 at his home.  He was 72 years old.

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE & LUNCHEON will be held at 1:00 pm on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at the Braham Moose Lodge.

In keeping with Glenn’s wishes, a private family inurnment will be held in the South Maple Ridge Cemetery.

Glenn Roger Sorenson, of Stanchfield, Minnesota passed away on Saturday, December 27, 2014 at his home.  He was 72 years old.

Glenn was born on October 29, 1942 in Minneapolis, Minnesota to parents Norris and Elaine (Colburn) Sorenson.  Glenn served in the United States Air Force Reserves for six years. 

He spent many years as a truck driver but Glenn’s true passion was woodworking. He could make just about anything in his woodshop.  Glenn’s favorite time of the years was deer hunting season.  For more than 20 years, Glenn hosted a week long hunting party, where family and friends would gather at Glenn’s home for a potluck and sharing great stories from years past.  He will be dearly missed by his family and many friends.

Glenn is preceded in death by his parents, Norris Sr. and Elaine (Colburn Sorenson), and his wife Beth.

He is survived by his brother Norris Jr. “Norry” (Judy) Sorenson of Isanti; sister Karen Olson (Mark Peck) of Ogilvie; nephews, Devery Sorenson, Wade Sorenseon, Bryce (Beth) Sorenson, Todd (Debby) Sorenson, Brent Sorenson, Jimmy (Laura) Graham, and Kelly (Lesley) Graham; special friend Dennis Lindquist; many great nieces and nephews, and other relatives and friends.


4 thoughts on “GLENN SORENSON”

  1. This caught me by surprise. As we get busy with life, we slowly get away from seeing and visiting , ,some of our friends, this is one of those cases. Horseback riding, deer hunting, my first motorcycle ride (WOW). REST IN PEACE Glenn.

  2. So sorry Karen, Norrie and family, to hear that Glen’s life in This world has ended… no more suffering, no more pain. Remember the joyful times that I am sure you had together. I have such happy memories from way back when we were in country school together, when he and Beth were in Dalbo and at Green lake, many many more. Now I am wondering about his beloved dog.

  3. Sorry to hear Glenn passed away. Our sympathy goes out to Karen, Norris and all the family.

  4. To Glenn’s family, so sorry to hear about his loss. Glen was a friend of my brother Tom and my sister Diane. (she died in a car accident in ’69) I remember when he would come to our home on the Day road. Even as a younger child, he was always nice to me and my younger sister too. He took time to talk to us. He will be missed.
    Barb “Koep” Mellin

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