ARLINGTON – Glen David Tuggle, 58, of Haslet Texas passed away May 06, 2021 due to complications of pneumonia.
Glen was born in Fort Worth to the late John David Tuggle and his wife Jo Ann Ross Tuggle on January 11, 1963.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents John Henry and Rachel Wyatt Tuggle, Wilson Ted Ross, G.E. “Buddy” and Oline Williams Ross Baker, and a brother, Douglas Wayne Tuggle.
He is survived by his mother Jo Ann Ross Tuggle, sister Pamela Jo Tuggle Walrath and husband Bill Walrath, and nieces and nephews Lacey Yates, Hayley Yates Franklin (Victor), Matthew Walrath, David Walrath (Orianna), Hannah Grant, Rebekah Botts (Shawn).
No doubt Glen was above average intelligence, as evidenced in his work as a Senior Principal Consultant – Public Sector, but his ministry on earth was caring for others with his extreme generosity fueled by his larger-than-life heart. He loved the outdoors: hunting, fishing, camping, and trail rides; he was a patron of the arts, with season tickets to Bass Hall, Casa Manana, the Fort Worth Symphony, and many others. Glen supported the Humane Society, the Arthritis Foundation, and many benevolent causes. Glen also loved sports, especially his Texas Rangers. He loved everything Fort Worth and everything Texas, most especially Texas Wesleyan University. He graduated from Texas Wesleyan University in 1985 with a BBA in Accounting. He subsequently served on the Texas Wesleyan University President’s Council, the Alumni Board of Directors as member, Treasurer, Vice President, and President, Chair of the alumni scholarship process, reunion class agent, participant in the Rosedale Renaissance Campaign, and was the recipient of the 2017 Wesleyan Service Award.
Glen was also a member of the Texas Baptist Business Officers Association, Chief Business Officer of Wayland Baptist University 1989 – 1991, and the President’s Development Council at Howard Payne University.
Memorial Service will be held Thursday, May 13 @ 3 p.m. at Brown Owens & Brumley Funeral Home, 425 S. Henderson St., Fort Worth Texas 76104. COVID protocol is appreciated.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the
Glen D. Tuggle Alumni Scholarship
Texas Wesleyan University
1201 Wesleyan Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76105 Attn: Gina Phillips
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