On Wed., Oct. 14, 2020, Glenn Piper lost his brave four year battle with liver cancer and went home to be with the Lord Jesus at the age of 57.
Glenn was born on June 2, 1963 in Pasadena, CA to Harry and Beverly (Behr) Piper.
After graduating from high school in Pasadena, Glenn spent time studying as a medical assistant at the Bryman School of nursing as well as working at the Genetics Institute both located in/near Pasadena, CA, before moving on to serve three years in the navy as a Yeoman aboard the USS Vandegrift. Upon leaving the navy, he lived in the states of Utah, Colorado, Wisconsin, and Indiana. While in Colorado, he obtained a degree in medical transcribing from College America.
Glenn has a great passion for collecting antiques and one could literally consider his place like a museum with the wonderful collection he obtained.
Glenn loved the Lord Jesus and was faithful in spending time with Him each day as well as being a part of a body of believers no matter where he was at the time.
He has no surviving immediate family (he has never been married nor had any children or siblings) except his stepmother, Marina Piper, whom he developed a close relationship with along with his cousins Priscilla Strader and Jim Eliot along with Jim’s wife, Kim.
He will be greatly missed but we are joyous in his being in the wonderful presence of His Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
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