God called Bruce Kelly Glenn home on Nov. 27, 2018. His beautiful heart stopped beating.
He was proceeded in death by his father Leo Glenn, his beloved mother Donna Mae Kelly Catalla, three brothers, Luigi Glenn, Stanley & Charles Rubel. And a son Roy ‘Roy Boy’ Glenn. He has left behind two favorite aunts, Dolly Critelli and Patsy Kelly-Cowee of Billings, a sister Terrisa Olson of Missoula, four children, John Glenn, Kelli Mattson, Xander Glenn, and Bruce Glenn all of Billings, ten grandchildren: Robbie Mattson, Erica Mattson, Britany Mattson & Faith Nasser, Audriana Aldridge, Jessica Glenn, Jayme Glenn, Jade Glenn, Sean Glenn, & Chase Erickson, and multiple aunts, uncles, cousins, and extended family of the Crow tribe. Bruce had the most infectious smile and beautiful heart. He was a great intellect who loved having long conversations with those that were fortunate enough to be in his circle. When he was of school age, he enlisted in the Vietnam War for 4 years and served his country for nearly fifteen years in the US Army.
He was an avid outdoors man and loved to go camping & fishing. He was a man of many trades. At one point he built half of his house out in Lockwood. He had a knack for intricate wood work with a skill saw. He was employed with Exxon refinery in Billings for 25 yrs as an operator until retirement. His love for people was wide and true. He helped everyone that came across his path that was in need. He had a special love reserved for children and animals. His beloved dog Queenie was left behind too. His hard working hands can finally have a rest, it is time for God to take care of him. Heaven gained an Angel, and some broken hearts in time will heal. We will never be the same again without you and will work diligently to honor your name until we meet again, watch over us all.