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Glenn Allen Hanz, age 58, of Fennville, passed away Friday, December 23, 2016 at home. The son of Edward & Anita (Pickering) Hanz, he was born on July 19, 1958 in Parma, Ohio. 

Honoring his wishes cremation will take place. Arrangements are entrusted to Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Grand Rapids. 


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  1. Dick Constance on March 27, 2017 at 1:59 pm

    I became “aware” of Glenn when I was a Sales Mgr for a Nursery operation for which Glenn’s company did contract merchandising for in the stores. Through one of my associates (Hank) I would hear the stories, comments, affirmations of Glenn coming from Hank You see…Glenn kind of started out for me as an “Urban Legend”! I could only think “Who was this masked man?”

    Then I became actively involved with him (over the phone) regarding the account and came to realize personally that Glenn liked to talk and that he definitely had “opinions”. He seemed knowledgeable helpful and supportive and was very direct..abrupt..maybe even abrasive with his input.

    then I got a chance to meet Glenn and work along side of him in the field. The first thing that I noticed about him was that he was friendly, approachable and comfortable to be with (I did not need to be afraid of him!)

    He was not just a talker but wow…he was a hard worker. He was definitely dedicated and very passionate about what he was doing. He worked LONG, HARD hours and it was not uncommon to be working with him in the dark of night in the stores (under the mercury vapor parking lot lights)

    In person, I became aware of Glenn as someone who really CARED about the results and someone who would “tell you the truth” …the way it REALLY was. He always had your back as he would talk to you directly “face to face”. He became very comfortable and FUN to be around and became a good friend.

    So…Life goes on for most of us and continues to be a collection of experiences, relationships, happenings and accomplishments. Glenn was definitely helpful in adding to ALL of those for me. I feel very blessed to have had those experiences with Glenn.

    And yes LOVE…. As a “guy” not a lot of us (unfortunately) are able to comfortably share with others (especially other guys) that you LOVE them. Maybe this is something that we reserve for our Wife/Lover/Significant other family(maybe) or VERY, VERY good friends. Glen was one of those for me.

    I think that he was able to bring out the best in all of us.

    I LOVE you brother and will miss you!

  2. Carolyn Hanz on March 27, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Hi Glenn I still can’t believe you are not here. Know I love you to the moon and back and will miss you so much. Watch over us all protect us and guide us. Love you forever my sweet husband. Xoxo

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