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Glenn Alan Heathers

Longtime Kenai resident Glenn Alan Heathers died Sunday, Jan. 19, 2003, in Anchorage. He was 62.

A memorial service is planned for Saturday. Anyone seeking further information is asked to contact Dee at 260-3011.

Mr. Heathers was born May 5, 1940, in Port Angeles, Wash., to Norman and Ann (Baay) Heathers.

He worked fire patrol at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, and Snider Ranger Station. He flew the hook as a logger and also worked as a blacksmith in Washington. He was employed by Kenai Custom Seafood in Kenai, where he was in charge of smoking fish and preparing pickled halibut. He was employed there for 15 years, where he made many friends for life.

He was preceded in death by two sons, Bart and Guy Heathers; his mother and father; sister, Erline Hill; brothers, Ross and Daryl Heathers; and nephew, Vince Heathers.

He is survived by his son, Daniel Heathers; brother, Larry Heathers; sisters, Cheryl Peters and Colleen Sisson; and grandsons, Kody and Reece Heathers and Joseph Simmons.

Arrangements were made by Anchorage Funeral Home and Cremations Service.

Source: Peninsula Clarion, January 29, 2003



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