Glenn was born February 20, 1929, near LaBelle, MO, the son of Edgar and Dora Mae McDaniel Scoggin. He was united in marriage to Erma J. Wright on June 9, 1952, in Idaho and she preceded him in death on May 23, 1979. Glenn was also preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Mac Wayne Scoggin and Kenneth Ray Scoggin, three brothers-in-law, Larry Pape, Leroy and Robert Wright and his father-in-law Winford Wayne Wright.
Surviving are two children Debra Kay Scoggin/Myers and husband Craig of Ewing, MO, Randy Glenn Scoggin and wife Karen Ann of LaBelle, MO, a special friend Mary Jane Carroll of Monroe City, MO, one sister Kathryn Mayfield and husband Charles of Rutledge, MO, six grandchildren, Margo Katherine and Adrienn Elizabeth Myers, Gabriel Glenn Scoggin and wife Jen, Jameson Andrew Scoggin and wife Ginny, Isaac Wendell and Alexander Rand Scoggin, two great grandchildren, Ezra and Rhett Scoggin, three sisters-in-law, Donna Scoggin of LaBelle, MO, Donna and JoAnn Wright of Quincy, IL, his mother-in-law Juanita Wright of Quincy, IL and numerous nieces and nephews.
Glenn was raised near LaBelle and graduated from LaBelle High School. He served his country in the United States Air Force from 1951 to 1955. Glenn lived all his life in Lewis County where he was engaged in farming. Glenn was employed for nearly fifty years with Wrights Auto and Tractor Parts in Quincy, IL. Glenn loved going to tractor pulls, working on farm equipment and spending time with family and friends. He was a member of the LaBelle, Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 5, 2014, in the Coder Funeral Chapel in LaBelle, MO. Reverend Charles Sharp officiated the services. Burial with full military rites was held in the LaBelle Cemetery conducted by Lewis Co Memorial American Legion Post # 573. Music was provided by Billie Miller. Casket bearers were Gabriel Glenn Scoggin, Jameson Andrew Scoggin, Isaac Wendell Scoggin, Alexander Rand Scoggin, Wayne Carroll and Craig Myers. Honorary bearers were Margo and Adrienn Elizabeth Myers, Bill Bair, Gilvie Franke and Charles Mayfield.
Memorials may be made to the LaBelle Cemetery and may be left at or mailed to Coder Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 151, LaBelle, MO.