Glenn Dale Escue

glenn escue

February 15, 1956 ~ July 26, 2023

Born in: Perryton, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Glenn Dale Escue, 67, of College Station, Texas joined his Heavenly Father on July 26, 2023, after a multi-year fight with dementia. Glenn was born on February 15, 1956 in Perryton, Texas. He was the youngest son of Irven and Retta Escue and spent a joyful childhood in San Angelo, Texas with his two brothers, Fred and John. In high school, Glenn enjoyed working at Neff’s Amusement Park where he developed a life-long enthusiasm for theme parks. During his junior year of high school, Glenn began working at Sears and worked his way up to become a department manager before graduating from college. Glenn married his high school sweetheart, Janice Crotwell, in 1975 and would welcome daughters Jessica and Jenna a few years later.

Fascinated with computer systems, Glenn graduated from Angelo State University in 1980 with a degree in Computer Science. He also completed many graduate hours in Management and Finance. Glenn later used his knowledge in computer systems with General Telephone and Electronics (GTE), Verizon, and the City of College Station. He loved the travel opportunities he had with GTE/Verizon and the friendships he developed through his work there. Glenn retired from Verizon in 2007 and the City of College Station in 2015.

In his spare time, Glenn loved competing in anything athletic and coaching his daughters throughout their various sports. Glenn’s greatest joy was working with his girls to perfect their skills and playing on the tennis court throughout the State of Texas. He continued playing tennis until his health declined.

Glenn’s faith was important to him throughout his life, and he especially enjoyed sharing his faith through the Gideons ministry. Glenn was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in San Angelo, and Brazos Fellowship in College Station.

Glenn is survived by his loving wife Janice, daughters Jessica Escue and Jenna Lawrence, son-in-law Benjamin Lawrence and granddaughter Rachel Lawrence, all of College Station; brother Fred Escue and wife Tereasa of Eden; sister-in-law Ginny Escue of Elkhart; nephews Aric Escue and wife, Dianne, of Elkhart; Matthew Escue of San Angelo; Josh Escue and wife Michelle of Austin; BJ Brewer of Eden; and niece Teri Wilder of Burnett. He is also survived by numerous extended relatives and many friends. Glenn was preceded in death by his brother, John Escue, and parents Irven and Retta Escue.

A memorial for Glenn will be held at 1:30pm on Friday, August 4, 2023 in San Angelo, Texas at Freedom Fellowship with Pastor Harold Watkins officiating. Pastor Harold baptized Glenn many years ago, and it means a lot to the family that he is officiating Glenn’s memorial.

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  1. Praying for you all during this time of bereavement. May God give you all continued strength, support, and love.

  2. I worked with Glenn for a number of years at GTE/Verizon. A very bright man and a joy to be around. Many condolences to his family.

    Clark Baker

  3. Glen was an amazing boss and mentor. There is no way I could have succeeded in my career as a manager without the time and effort Glen spent teaching me the knowledge he had gained over a long, successful career.

    And beyond that he was just a great guy. The picture on here is great. Just as I remember, happy and smiling.

  4. I remember Glenn at GTE/Verizon working with Melvina. He was very smart and always friendly. My condolences to his family.

  5. Glenn was a gentle soul all his life. He was just “good”. A “good” brother, a “good” father, a “good” man. He will be missed. When someone you love dies, we mourn because we are left behind BUT we rejoice that he has no more pain. We rejoice because he was a son of God and through his salvation, has joined his brother John, his mother and father, his grandparents….and they are all having a big family reunion in Heaven. Miss you sweet cousin.


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