B: 04 Mar 1900
M: 23 Jul 1923, Alma Hjeldness
FN: Joseph Hugill
MN: Mary Rachel Davidson
Children of Robert Hugill and Alma Hjeldness:
Glenn R. Hugill
B: 16 Feb 1925, Humboldt, MN
D: 18 Jul 2000, Libby, Montana
M: 18 Aug 1949, Germaine Schlumm, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Libby, MT.
Children of Glenn Hugill and Germaine Schlumm:
M: Unknown Sokoloski, Spokane, WA
M: Unknown Margado, Vancouver, WA
Obituary of Glenn Hugill
Libby, Mont. - Glenn R. Hugill, 75, Libby, Mont., died July 18, 2000, at a Spokane, Wash. hospital.
He was born Feb. 16, 1925, at Humboldt to Robert Hugill and Alma Hjeldness Hugill. He came to Libby with his family in 1927 where he was raised and educated, graduating from Libby High School in 1943.
He enlisted in the United States Army in June of 1943, serving during World War II in the European Theater. While serving in Italy in 1944, he was wounded in action. He was honorably discharged in 1946 and was a Purple Heart recipient.
He returned to Libby following his discharge. He married Germaine Schlumm Aug. 18, 1949, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Libby.
He was a long time employee of the J. Neils Lumber Company and later, the St. Regis Paper Company. He served as pole yard foreman from 1948 to 1969, sawmill foreman from 1969 to 1975 and yard foreman from 1975 until retiring in 1981 after 33 years of service.
Always helping in the activities of his family, he had served as a little league coach during the 1960s and as a band parent and numberous other functions his children participated in.
He also worked in the development of Cabinet View Country Club and had served on the Libby Zoning Board. He and his wife, Germaine, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1999.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister and brother-in-law, Eleanor and Red Post.
Survivors include his wife, Germaine; two daughters, Kathy Sokoloski, Spokane, Wash. and Sheila Margado, Vancouver, Wash.; three sons, Kent Hugill, Boston, Mass., Stuart Hugill, Portland, Ore., and David Hugill, Denver, Colo.; and seven grandchildren.
Mass of the Resurrection was July 25 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment with military honors was in the city of Libby Cemetery.