Glancy Funeral Homes Staff & History
We invite you to meet those who have made Glancy Funeral Homes a leading resource during your time of grief. Here you will find the heritage and people behind Glancy Funeral Home's reputation of quality, sincerity, and trust.
As a family-owned funeral home, we take pride in our profession. We are able to provide any special services in a caring and comforting way: before, during and after the service. When a family suffers the loss of a loved one, it is comforting to know that the funeral director and staff will take the time in making your service unique, reflecting the loved one who had passed away. For decades, Glancy Funeral Homes have been serving Montpelier, Warren, Geneva and Van Buren and the surrounding communities. Since 1841 our services have been characterized by sympathetic understanding and complete attention to detail, which has been realized and perfected over the years.
Jeffery W. Glancy: President, Glancy Funeral Homes
Jeff has been affiliated with the Walker & Glancy Funeral Home since 1969. A 1973 graduate of Blackford High School, Jeff is very well known in the community having grown up in the area. In 1987, Jeff became the owner and operator of the Walker Funeral Home, then changing the name to Walker & Glancy Funeral Home. Jeff is a 1975 graduate of the Indiana College of Mortuary Science. Over the years, he has added three other locations to the Glancy family name. The addtional funeral homes include: Glancy- H. Brown & Son Funeral Home in Warren, Downing & Glancy Funeral Home, Geneva, and the Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home in Van Buren.
Jeff is very involved with the communities he serves. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge, American Legion, Kiwanis, Chamber of Commerce and Fire Department all of Montpelier. He is the President of the Brookside Memorial Park Cemetery, Montpelier. He and his wife Trudie have one daughter, Shannon Marie Glancy.
|Trudie Glancy: Glancy Funeral Homes|
|Trudie, the wife of Jeff, is the long time Secretary/Treasurer of Glancy Funeral Homes. A 1979 graduate of Blackford High School, Trudie and Jeff have been married since 1984. She is a member of the Montpelier Tri Kappa Sorority, Montpelier Kiwanis, Montpelier Jamboree Committee and the Montpelier Chamber of Commerce. Her hobbies include; traveling, spending time with her family, friends and granddog Max.|
|Shannon M. Glancy: Vice-President, Glancy Funeral Homes|
|Shannon is the daughter of Jeff and Trudie Glancy. She was born and raised in Montpelier, Indiana. She is a 2005 graduate of Blackford High School, 2009 graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington, and a 2011 graduate of Mid-America College of Funeral Service-Jeffersonville, Indiana. In Mortuary School, Shannon served as her class secretary and is a current member of the Mu Sigma Alpha and Pi Sigma Eta Fraternities. She is currently serving a three year term on the Warren Chamber Board as the Secretary. Shannon received her Indiana Funeral Directors license in 2012. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, running and crossfit.|
|David M. Harriett: Glancy Funeral Homes|
|David is a 1985 graduate of Bluffton High School-Bluffton, Indiana where he was born and raised; however he now resides in Montpelier, Indiana. He is also a graduate of Mid-American College of Funeral Service, where he received his Associates Degree in Funeral Service. While in mortuary school, David served as Senior Artist of the Pi Sigma Eta National Mortuary Fraternity. He enjoys spending time with his family. David is a member of the Montpelier Masonic Lodge, the Montpelier Volunteer Fire Department and serves as the Montpelier Jamboree Co-Chairman. He has been working at Glancy Funeral Homes since 2001. David is married to his wife Angie and they have two sons, Matt and Ethan. He enjoys spending time with his two puggles, Hayden and Halli.|
|Dave Ferguson: Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Joe Pickett: Ferguson & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Bob Coffield: Walker & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Bob is a lifetime resident of Montpelier. He served in the United States Army and is a member of the Millard-Brown American Legion Post #156. He and his wife Janet attend the First Baptist Church, Montpelier and have one son, Jim. He retired in 1996 from Greif Brothers Industrial Packaging in Albany, Indiana. Bob was a longtime member of the Montpelier Volunteer Fire Department and he enjoys fishing and gardening in his spare time. He has been associated with the Walker & Glancy Funeral Home since the 1950's.|
Charles Ewart: Downing & Glancy Funeral Home
|Jean R. Landis: Walker & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Jean and his wife Mary Jane (Grove) Landis are residents of Montpelier. They have two daughters, Barbara A. Thurman and Janet Sue Johnson, 7 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Jean retired from International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers: Local 855. He is a World War II veteran serving with the United States Army. His hobbies include woodworking and spending time with his family. Jean and his wife Mary Jane are members of the Pleasantdale United Methodist Church, Montpelier.|
|Charlie Boxell: Glancy-H.Brown & Son|
|Kevin Nestleroad: Glancy Funeral Homes|
|Kevin is a 1998 graduate of Blackford High School. He has lived in Montpelier since 1982 and has worked for Glancy Funeral Homes since 2006. He takes care of all remodeling projects, general repairs and composes the memorial DVD’s at all four locations. He is a member of the Vintage Motor Bike Club and the Tri-Sate Gas Engine & Tractor Association. He enjoys spending time at his family farm.|
|Adam Theurer: Downing & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Adam was born and raised on a farm in Jay County. He graduated from Jay County High School in 2001 and then from Vincennes University obtaining his degree in Mortuary Science. He is a 3rd generation funeral director. Adam's hobbies include; motorcycling, hunting and spending time with his family and friends. He is a member of the St. James Lutheran Church in Salamonia Indiana.|
|Brent Crouch: Downing & Glancy Funeral Home|
|Brent is a current resident of Berne, Indiana and is originally from Dunkirk, Indiana. He is the son of Tom and Sandy Crouch, Dunkirk. He has worked for Glancy Funeral Homes since 2005. He enjoys football, hockey, and working out.|