Date of BirthAugust 01, 1946

James Patrick Glasgow Obituary

Date of BirthAugust 01, 1946

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Date of PassingOctober 30, 2016

James Patrick Glasgow Obituary

from Everett, Washington, United States

Date of BirthAugust 01, 1946

James Patrick Glasgow Obituary

Date of BirthAugust 01, 1946

391 Views

Date of PassingOctober 30, 2016

James Patrick Glasgow Obituary

from Everett, Washington, United States


James (Jim) Patrick Glasgow Sr. (70) of Snohomish, WA passed away peacefully in his home on October 30, 2016, after an extended battle with Dementia and COPD. He was born on August 1, 1946. He was a down to earth, loving, generous, and caring family man. He always put his family first and was very proud of them. In Jim's lifetime he graduated from Edmonds High in 1964 and then went on to serve in the US Navy during Vietnam. He worked as a Snohomish County Sheriff as a reserve, at local Ford dealerships as a mechanic, then onto Metro Transit in which he retired after 33 years of service as a lead mechanic. Some of Jim's proudest were the years he spent racing Sprint cars and Superstocks; and the time he put in coaching and umpiring at Snohomish Little League. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandpa and friend and he will missed dearly. Jim is preceded in death by his parents, John and Lillian Glasgow; brothers, Bob and John Glasgow; his sister, Carolyn Glasgow; and father- in-law, Edward Soderman. He is survived by his loving wife, Pam Glasgow and children, Kristine, Jim Jr., John, Joe, Jessica and her husband, Brandon. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Ashlynn, Tristen, and Skyla; mother- in-law, Jean Soderman; and brother-in-law, Edward Soderman; nephews and nieces: Les, Pete, Jason, Brandy, Bobby, Sindy, Kim, Brandon, Cameron, Ryan and Charity. Please join us for a Celebration of Jim's life on Sunday, November 20, 2016. The celebration service and reception will be held in the Floral Hall Building at Forest Park located at 802 E. Mukilteo Blvd., Everett, WA at 1:00 p.m. The family is planning a potluck style reception (and BYOB). Jim's wishes were to be cremated. His ashes will be laid to rest at the Marysville Cemetery in the Summer of 2017. Friends and Family are invited to visit: www.asacredmoment.com sign the guestbook.