Otis Glen Furlow

Otis Glen Furlow

November 30, 1931 – October 28, 2020

 

Preceded in death by wife, Marianne G. Furlow; and grandson, Ryan Joseph Furlow.

Survived by children: Don Furlow (Cathy), Dan Furlow, Dana Rogers (Joe), Mike Engdahl, and Paige Festersen (Pete); grandchildren: Kelly Meyers (Kim), Clint Meyers (Sara), Lee Rogers, Abbey and Peter Furlow, Anna and Caroline Festersen; great-grandchildren: Emma, Katy, Charlotte and Layla Meyers; and numerous other family members.

Private Family Services at Omaha National Cemetery with full military honors.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Golden Retriever Rescue in Nebraska.

 

7 Comments

  • Ken Schaefer Posted October 30, 2020 3:45 pm

    So very sorry to hear about Glen’s passing. He was a great guy, and I enjoyed knowing him. My life is fuller for having known him. He was a good hunting buddy, sport, and friend. Someday he and I will be singing karaoke (Your Cheating Heart) together at our next level.. He was a good friend, and I will miss him. RIP, Glen, till we meet again!!

  • Deb & Mark Hopkins Posted October 31, 2020 9:14 am

    We are so sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. He was always a ray of sunshine and never had a bad word to say. We know how much he missed Marianne, so we are comforted in knowing they are back together again. In our real estate group, Glen was one of the last “good ones”. So if you can buy real estate in heaven I’m sure Glen’s on it! To Glen’s family, you meant the world to him. He was always bragging up his family and so proud of all of you. To Glen, everyone was a “Good Buddy”. RIP Glen.

  • Nancy Foster Petrella Posted October 31, 2020 10:02 am

    Glen stepped in as Grandfather and Greatgrandfater to my children when I married Dan.He treated them as his own.He was kind and respectful to me and even managed to sell us a couple houses..imagine that.We traveled togather and spent countless hours on the deck.I loved the man,I truly did.Smooth journey Chief Otis.

  • Glenn Knust Posted November 1, 2020 2:30 pm

    Glen and my dad, Paul Knust were life long friends. Glen was my favorite ‘uncle’ and I will always remember the times he spent with us hunting, playing cards and enjoying life. He will truly be missed, but it is comforting to know he is with Marianne and Paul. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.

  • Marlyss Knust Posted November 1, 2020 5:50 pm

    My husband , Paul Knust, & Glen were best friends. Glen was just the “best” . He will be missed. My heart goes out to his children. Just know that Marianne & Paul were there to welcome him.

  • Cathy King Bass Posted November 22, 2020 10:53 pm

    Dan, D.G, and Dana, all your King “siblings” send you lots of lioe and light.

  • Jenna Souchek Posted December 16, 2020 3:19 pm

    I met Glen at Lakeside Hospital and haven’t forgotten him! What a character! I went to deliver a Christmas card to his home and saw it was for sale and then saw the obituary. I’m sorry to hear of his passing last month! My prayers are with his loving children whom I met at Lakeside as well. A wonderful family. I’m sure he is enjoying being reunited with his bride finally! Honored to have gotten to meet you all!
    Jenna

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