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Glenn J. Bigelow

Passed 04/14/2022

Glenn J. Bigelow

Passed 04/14/2022

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Obituary For Glenn J. Bigelow

Glenn J. Bigelow, 82, of Rehoboth, passed away at Charlton Hospital on April 14, 2022. Glenn was born in Boston. A son of the late Kenneth and Catherine (Gallant) Bigelow.

He is survived by his significant other of 30+ years, Karen Morris, her children and grandchildren. A daughter Cassi Belli and husband Brian, son Glenn D. Bigelow and his girlfriend Susan McCallum. Sisters Madelyn Hayes, her late husband Peter, Diane Manion and her husband Steven; grandchildren Tara, Courtney, and China, and great grandchildren Aidrianna and Emmett, and many nieces and nephews.
Glenn is predeceased by sister Joyce Galvin and granddaughter Keri-Lyn Bigelow.

Glenn was a long time resident of Rehoboth, Enjoyed his career as a bus driver, and loved to read and play cards with friends at the Somerset Rod and Gun Club, and will be remembered fondly for telling jokes.
A celebration of his life will be held at Hometown Tavern on May 1st from 12:30-3:00 for family and friends.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Road, Warren RI 02885

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  • My deepest sympathies to Karen and Glenn's family. He was a great friend. We spent a lot of time together on bus trips and playing cards. He will be greatly missed. May he Rest In Peace. Frank Moise.

  • Glenn was great to work with. We shared many jokes when we crossed paths. He was one of the good guys. He helped me a lot when I was a Bonanza Rookie. To Glenn's family I wish you peace and comfort when you remember him. Patrick Magner. Retired Bonanza Driver.

  • It was a pleasure to know and work alongside of Glenn. He was always there to make light of any situation and bring laughter to everyday life at Bonanza. We will miss him. Rest In Peace Brother 🙏

  • As a retired Bonanza driver base out of NY. I had many fond memories of Glenn in Providence. Where I would layover for my return trip. Glenn would come in with that smile and always joking. Never had a mean streak in him. A pleasure to have known him. My sincere condolences to his family. May he RIP in God's hands.

  • Glenn and I were coworkers at Bonanza and more importantly friends for 20 years or more. He was a generous and kindhearted person . Nancy and I will always remember the time we spent with him and Karen. Sincerest condolences to their family.

  • I worked with Glenn at Bonanza Bus Lines in Providence, RI. I always remember him with a smile. May he Rest In Peace! Bob Thurber/ West Greenwich, RI

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