Glenn Douglas Harding

  • "I only got to see Glenn once or twice a year at different..."
    - Teddy McHugh
  • "Safe journey to the other side, my friend. It was a..."
    - Jim & Linda Beeler
  • "I sure am going to miss you Glenn I'm going to miss the..."
    - Shelly Thomas
  • "RIP Glenn. Prayers for your family. It was a great pleasure..."
    - Robert Guillory
  • "Love you DAD... on to a new and better journey."
    - Glenn Douglas Harding II
Service Information
Cascadia Cremation and Burial Services
6903 E 18TH ST #A

December 15, 1946 ˜ October 26, 2019

Glenn Douglas Harding, 72, of Vancouver, Washington, passed away on October 26, 2019 after fighting a long battle with Muscular Dystrophy. Glenn grew up on a farm in the Proebstel area of Vancouver and was active in school sports, especially football.
After graduating from Evergreen High School in 1965, Glenn began his career in the trucking industry as a long-distance household mover. Over the course of his career, Glenn drove over a million miles and passed through all 48 continental states. He finished his career as Safety Director for Gulick Trucking, before retiring in March 2018.
Glenn had a passion for Harley Davidson motorcycles and they were his main mode of transportation for over 30 years. This passion took him on many adventures, including multiple trips to Sturgis, making many friends along the way. He loved music, classic cars and was always picking up new hobbies, even learning the art of quilting in his later years. Glenn gave love freely, was loved by many and his spirit will be greatly missed.
He was married most recently to Pat Warwick in 2018, who survives him. Glenn is also survived by his sons, Doug Harding and Ken Harding; his daughter, Marcy Harding; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; his brother, Ken Harding; and two sisters, Shirlene Buckmiller and Jill Short.
Glenn was predeceased by his father, Douglas Harding; and his mother, Shirley Wolf.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to OHSU’s Neuromuscular Disease Center.
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Published in The Columbian on Nov. 10, 2019
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