Aragon, Glenn Sr.

My thoughts & prayers go out to the Aragon family.
Im sorry for your loss. Creator bless them at their time in need of you. Heal their heavy hearts. Dont burden them with sorrow, but instead of joy they shared with their family member. Help them keep the memories they created with him alive thru stories, songs, the teachings. Hohou.
Thinking and praying for you all at this time.
My condolences to the Aragon family.
Monica and Family,

You're in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Our condolences in this time of grieving. Peace be with you.
May you find comfort in the memories you shared together and comfort in the words Jesus promised that there will be a resurrection of all who have fallen asleep in death . John 5:28-29
Our prayers and condolences to the whole family
Aragon Family,
Would like to express our condolences. You have been on our minds and heats and in our prayers since hearing of Glenn passing.

Remembering Glenn:
We have many good personal memories of Glenn as a friend and all that he did while apart of our Salish Kootenai College family. He was greatly admired and respected for his ability to inspire our students and gave them positive life long lessons beyond learning the skills of metalworking. Glenn was the sole developer of the well-known high level metal arts classes at SKC. After taking his metal arts courses, Moses Yellowrobe and several of his students purchased their own equipment and took up metalworking producing their own metal artworks. His students would frequently receive top honors and awards at our American Indian Higher Education art competitions each year.

Glenn’s artwork is prominently on display at SKC in the Woodcocks Fine Arts Building and other places on campus. A major artwork featuring near life size drummers, singers and dances is on permanent display at our new Tribal Health Clinic in Polson. Glenn was also a most generous man frequently donating his art to worthy causes

Glenn often talked proudly of Joanna, his parents Pete and Dorothy and his sons Glenn Jr., Kevin, Brian and other family members and friends that he missed by not having them near. Joanna was an accomplished person and a most stabilizing and loving person in his life. Glenn needed Joanna’s strong arm on occasion to help keep him centered through a few difficult times.

Glenn’s cowboy humor, stories, strong personality, work ethic, and the many generous gifts that his beautiful art continues to give, will remain apart of us, and all those who were lucky to have known him.

Apologies for not being able to have given Joanna, Dorothy, and the boys big hugs and express these things in person.

With love,

Corky and Linda

(406) 214-5444 or 675-4088

33608 Emory Rd.
Ronan, Mt. 59864
May all the precious memories remain in your heart. He will be missed by many. The family will be in our thoughts and prayers.