Jeffery Glen

Obituary of Jeffery John Glen

Jeff, age 46, leaves a legacy of love and integrity with his family.  He has left everlasting memories of a loving and devoted husband, father, brother and uncle.  We are forever grateful for every day we shared together.

Jeff leaves behind his loving and devoted wife of 13 years, Debra Nedelcov; precious children Joshua (12), Daycie (11), Jonathan (6) and Daylan (4) Glen; sister Dee Chamberlain (Barry, Brin and Brady); his twin brother Jason; father-in-law Edward Nedelcov; brother-in-law Michael Nedelcov (Stacey Stoppler) as well as numerous uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

Jeff passed away with his wife, sister and brother holding his hands.   He was welcomed to heaven by his mother, Barbara Glen, grandparents John and Del Tkachuk and mother-in-law Barbara Nedelcov. 

Jeff was a quiet, gentle and kind-hearted man.   He was understanding, generous and forgiving.   Special moments he shared with his children were swim nights, weekend Timbits, cuddle time, and sports and activities.  He was a Sea Cadet, baseball player, sports fan and an avid model car collector.   He took great pride in his career in the paving industry.

Although life presented Jeff many challenges, he persevered through personal storms showing love and affection for his family.

Special thanks to the firefighters, EMS and the compassionate staff at the CCU Unit at the RGH.   Thank you also to the friends and neighbours who helped us in our time of need.

There will be no funeral service.   A private family service will be held at a later date.  In lieu of flowers, a Moose Jaw Go Fund Me account has been created in his name.   This will help provide for his family now and in the future as they grieve and move forward.   You can find the Go Fund Me page at or by Google Searching “Go Fund Me Moose Jaw.”

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