The Legacy of Glen Jacque Suel
Glen Jacque Suel was born on July 8, 1949, to the late parents of George Sr. and Betty Jane Suel, in Columbus, Ohio. He entered into eternal rest on Saturday, July 13, 2013.
Glen was raised in a military family, where he received a public education in Ohio, Colorado, and California. He earned a wrestling scholarship to California State University. Later, he received his Bachelor's degree in Recreation Administration from California State University, Northridge. Glen chose this major because it allowed him the freedom and flexibility to be both indoors and outdoors and to work with people of all ages. Glen served his country from 1967-1973 in the United States Air Force Reserves.
In 1988, Glen was united in Holy Matrimony to Sharon Stewart. They were blessed to raise six loving children. Glen was a great family man, husband, father, and grandfather. He was grateful that God blessed him with Sharon and he consistently showed his appreciation for God's gift by saying how much he loved her.
Glen was blessed to have a successful trucking business. His truck handle was known as "Family Man". He used his business to be a witness for the Lord Jesus Christ to mentor young men and to be an example to all. Glen really loved the Lord with all his heart.
Glen will be forever remembered for having a loving, kind, and warm personality. He was a fun-loving person. Glen enjoyed Star Trek, Smooth Jazz, camping, fishing, and spending time with his family. He also earned a Black Belt in Karate.
Glen leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife of 25 years, Sharon; son Eric Stewart; daughters, Shannon Williams, Sharlyn Crump, Tiffany Coleman, Lindsay Bellamy, Kelly Williams; sister Judy Suel; brothers, George Suel Jr., Tim Suel; sisters-in-law, Sonia Suel and Laura Suel; 16 grandchildren; mother-in-law, Rea Gipson; and a host other loving relatives and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, George Suel Sr. and Betty Jane Suel.
July 26, 2013 • 11:00a
Reverend Paul S. Munford, M. Div. Pastor
I used to work with Glen. In Los Angeles for the Recreation Department. He was a great co-worker and Friend. My condolences to his family.