Glen was the son of Paul Hamblin and Frances Jeppesen, born in Rexburg, Idaho. Growing up
he learned the value of hard work –he was often called a “workhorse.” Ignoring criticisms about
not being smart enough for college, he attended Utah State University and graduated with a
bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering.
He used his degree off and on during his career pursuits. He also started his own sewing
business and at times drove semi trucks. He loved new adventures, new challenges, and
meeting new people, so he was always on the move.
He was recognized for his ability to be able to talk to anyone and everyone (and for long periods
of time). He was also known to have a willingness to help people – if he could give, he would
give. He also had a love of baseball and a love of singing (even if it might have been off key).
His life ended on March 22, 2023 due to substance abuse.
Glen was preceded in death by his mother, 1 brother and 1 sister. He is survived by his father, 6
brothers, 2 sisters, 5 children, and 15 grandchildren.