Glen P. Burlingame

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  • "In Hawai'i we never say good bye but always Aloha. Thanks..."
    - Hiroshi Ando
  • "Glen was a great friend to everyone in the United States..."
    - Christopher Zawodniak
  • "Glen, thank you for always watching out for me when we were..."
    - Tim & Vivian Wallace
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    - Mitch Neuharth
  • "There are no words...Sorry for your loss doesn't even BEGIN..."
    - Jeannette Sale
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April 13,1963 ~ April 9, 2013

Glen was born in Portland, OR to William and Karen Burlingame. He died on Maui on April 9, 2013. Glen graduated from Madison High School in 1981.
He was in the Coast Guard from 1981-86.
Glen was a loving man
who was known for being a bit of a prankster
and liked to be the devil's advocate in an argument.
He was well known in the Portland bowling community.
Glen was Fleet Planning Director for Evergreen Aviation.
Glen met his wife Deb when they were freshman in high school where they dated briefly and went their separate ways but remained friends. They reconnected at their 20th High School Reunion and married a year later on April 8, 2003 on Maui with Glen's parents and their children present.
Glen is survived by his wife; Deb, children; Tahnie Burlingame, Gus and Cody Jeffries; mother, Karen Burlingame; and three brothers, Alan, Karl and Mark.
Memorial service will be Sat., April 20th at 4 p.m., Salmon Creek United Methodist Church, 12217 NE Hwy. 99, Vancouver, WA 98686.
Memorial contributions may be made to Bald Face Truth Foundation, P.O. Box 69601, Portland, OR 97239.
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Published in The Columbian on Apr. 18, 2013