July 5, 1937 - March 26, 2021
Glenn Lloyd Bieler, age 83, died March 26, 2021 at his home in Broomfield, Colorado. He was born July 5, 1937 in Eureka, Kansas to James “Foster” and Ruth Hazel (Rouse) Bieler, who preceded him in death. On December 31, 1963 in back to back ceremonies with his sister Evalina, Glenn married Verna Marie Wright, who survives, in Broomfield.
Glenn graduated from Valley High School (Valley, Nebraska) in 1956. Glenn was drafted by selective service to the United States Army November 14, 1960 and followed service with United States Army Reserves from November 7, 1962 until honorably discharged October 31, 1966.
Glenn was extraordinarily dedicated to his family, often traveling hundreds of miles to visit relatives in Salina, Kansas and Little Sioux, Iowa at every opportunity. When Glenn was presented with challenges throughout his travels, he always found a way to overcome them and complete the journey with a positive outlook.
In addition to his devoted wife Verna, he is survived by his brothers Henry W. Bieler (Edith) of Irwin, Iowa, Donald L. Bieler of Newton, Kansas, sisters Evalina Holcomb (Ronald) of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Twila Davis of Belton, Missouri, children David M. Bieler (Kornelia Ays) of Yoder, Colorado, Dena M. Dolson of Grand Junction, Colorado and Denise R. Hart (Wayne) of Broomfield, Colorado. Grandchildren Michelle Celski (Brad) of Walbridge, Ohio, Patrick Bieler-Ays of Savannah, Georgia, Jadyn and Jeryka Hart of Broomfield.
He was predeceased by his brother Bernard Allen Bieler (2019) and his son Douglas Glenn Bieler (1986).
Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Time: 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Fort Logan National Cemetery
4400 West Kenyon Ave.
Denver, CO 80236
Due to Covid-19 Restrictions on Attendance – Family Invitation Request Only