1938 ~ 2007
Glen Ralph Brydon of Kamloops passed away on August 19, 2007 at 69 years of age.
He is survived by his loving wife Geddes; son Ralph of Comox, Peter (Laura) of Kamloops, Albert (Debbie) of Masset BC, and Mark of Kamloops; grandchildren Lynn, Julie, Sarah, Glen, and Jordan; step-grandchildren Kiefer, Jade, and Skyler Collison and step-great grandson Calvin Collison; sister Ann Brydon (Stew); and many other relatives.
He was predeceased by his father John, mother Charlotte, and dear friend Lyle Munro.
Glen was born in Thompkins, Saskatchewan on June 3, 1938 and lived at Rocky Mountain House until the age of 14. He then moved to the Enderby/Armstrong area and left school at age 16 to work in the sawmill industry. Upon meeting and marrying the love of his life, Geddes Harrison on August 9, 1958 and after the birth of his third son, they moved to Kamloops where he began work in the logging industry. Four years after the birth of their fourth son, they moved to Meadowland Crescent in Barnhartvale where he started his career as Glen’s Excavating. In 1983 he returned to the logging and reforestation industry until 1998. Finally, Glen and his bulldozer began employment at Blackwell’s wood paste pit until present. There will be no formal ceremony as per Glen’s request. BRYDON 554-2577 Condolences may be emailed to:Sympathy@shawbiz.ca