Information for Glen Bethuel Munn
17 September, 1906 13 February, 1988
The Idaho Press-Tribune
February, 1988

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Glen Munn
    Glen B. Munn, 81, of Route 2, Caldwell, died Saturday, Feb. 13, 1988, at home of natural causes.
    Memorial graveside services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, at the Greenleaf Cemetery.  Caldwell Elks Lodge No. 1448, BPOE, will officiate.  Friends are asked to meet at the cemetery.  Cremation was under the direction of Flahiff Funeral Chapel of Caldwell.
    Mr. Munn, a retired personnel manager for J.R. Simplot Co., was born Sept. 17, 1906, at Fairbury, Neb., a son of Bethuel and Retta Fugate Munn.  He was reared and educated in the Fairbury and Lincoln (Neb.) areas.  Following the death of his mother, he moved to the Caldwell area to live with relatives.  He graduated from Caldwell High School in 1924, then later attended the College of Idaho.  He graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1929 where he had been active in football and basketball.  He married Rita Stedman on Feb. 2, 1930, at Waverly, Ohio, and the couple moved to Caldwell in 1935.  He had worked as a personnel manager at J.R. Simplot Co. until his retirement in 1972.
    He was a member of Caldwell Elks Lodge No. 1448; Sigma Nu and Delta Sigma Pi fraternities; members of the University of Nebraska Alumni Association; Pleasant Ridge Grange; and the Good Sam Club.
    Glen loved the outdoors, and working on his ranch with his livestock.
    Survivors include his wife, Rita of Caldwell; two sons, Monte of Caldwell and Sidney of Bellingham, Wash.; a daughter, Maureen Jensen of Caldwell; three grandchildren, Leslie, Tami and Jeff; and a great-granddaughter, Elizabeth.  Three brothers and a sister died earlier.
    Memorials may be made to Caldwell Elks Lodge No. 1448; or to the Elks Rehabilitation Center in Boise.



 

 

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