Information for Glen Kirkwood Rager
2 January 1955 - 16 July 1995
From The Idaho Press-Tribune
July 1995
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo



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Glen Rager

     Glen K. Rager, 40, of Nampa, passed away July 16, 1995, at a Seattle hospital.  Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday, July 21, 1995, at the Nampa Calvary Chapel, 1210 N. Middleton Rd.  Pastor Rich Wright will officiate.  Burial will follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Caldwell.  Services are under direction of Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.
    Glen was born January 2, 1955, in Pasadena, California.  He met Tina Tolliver in 1987 in Nampa and they were married June 26, 1988, in Nampa.  Glen spent most of his life in the automotive business and had owned Christian Brothers Automotive in Nampa until he became ill with Leukemia in October of 1994.  He fought a courageous battle and received a bone marrow transplant on March 3rd at the Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center in Seattle.
    Glen was a member of the Calvary Chapel in Nampa.  He was a very devoted husband and father, and he desperately wanted to come home to be with his family.
    He is survived by hiss wife, Tina of Nampa; six young children, Brandon, Heather, Tabbatha, Hillary, Glen and Brianna, all at home; his parents, Robert Roger of Calif., and Sue Trueman of Nampa; two brothers, Dale of San Bernardino, CA., and Clay of Nampa; his wife's parents, Don and Jeanie Champine, formerly of Nampa; three brothers-in-law. Ty Tolliver and his wife Becky of Fruitland, Rick Tolliver of Nampa, and Dale Champine of Iowa; two sisters-in-law, Dawn and Angie Champine, both of Iowa; his aunt and uncle, Ray and Carol Ahrens of Caldwell; and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.
    Memorials may be made to the Glen Rager Children's Memorial Fund, c/o any First Interstate Bank.


 

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