For the previous six months, Glenn worked as a truck driver for Beyond the Leaf. As a truck driver for more than four decades, he worked for companies such as Boscov’s, Denney Electric, and A. D. Moyer Lumber until retiring.
With pals and his dog, Glenn had a great weekend riding his motorcycle, surfing, and spending time with family and friends. It didn’t matter if it was drywalling, roofing, or something as basic as swapping out a light switch, he was always prepared to lend a hand to others.
For him, the quality of his work was of utmost importance. He was on the Gabelsville Athletic Association’s board of directors.
At the Friendship Hook and Ladder Fire Company, he was also a member of the Boyertown Orioles Nest 22 social group. Glenn will be remembered for his room-filling personality, love of music, and affection for the community where he resided.
A memorial service for Glenn Moyer will be held at a later date, and his children, Stacey L. Hartman and her husband Alex C. Hartman, Brandon C and his wife Lindsey B. Moyer as well as Brent A. Moyer and his wife Kasey A. Moyer will attend.
Carsen L. Neubauer, Lilly A. Moyer, Ryker A. Moyer, Flynn A. Moyer, and Arlo J. Moyer are the grandkids of the deceased Married to Martyne from Gilbertsville; sister to Bonnie J. Kuser from Boyertown; and brother to Scott D. Moyer from Gilbertsville. For Glenn, Brian D. Moyer was a sibling he never got to see.
From 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM on February 12, 2021, the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc., 111 North Reading Ave. Boyertown, PA, will have a visitation. There will be no exceptions to the requirement to wear a face mask covering both your mouth and nose.
Glen R. Moyer, 71, of Long Pond, PA, died on December 6, 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital – Monroe Campus in Stroudsburg, PA, surrounded by his beloved family.
Kathryn J. (Albert) Moyer’s spouse, Glen, was devoted to his wife and children. On August 9th, they celebrated their 41st wedding anniversary.
To the late Raymond and Nellie (Argot) Moyer he was born on January 26, 1950 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.
Glen is a recent high school alumnus of Pocono Mountain High.Glen has worked for Consolidated Freight in Pocono Summit for many years as a truck driver. While in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, he had also worked for PennDOT.
Pocono Lake Wesleyan Church at Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania, was his church of choice.Glen was a Tunkhannock Township Constable for 19 years.Aside from spending time with his loved ones, he enjoyed restoring old cars.
Glen’s presence in our life has been a blessing. In addition to his devoted wife Kathryn, he is survived by three children: Katie Achiron and husband David; Krista Smith and husband Jeff; and Kody Moyer and wife Katie, all of Dupont, PA. His passing has left a void in their lives.
Nine grandkids, Cheyenne Moyer, Travis Achiron, Savannah Achiron, Michaela Smith, Abby Smith, Ellie Smith, Briar Smith, Carter Moyer, and Everetht Moyer, all called him Papa, adored him and named him their Papa.
As well as numerous nieces and nephews he leaves behind his brother Joseph Moyer of Holland Paten, New York, as well as a large circle of friends.
Glen’s three siblings who died before him were Luella Warner, Kenneth Moyer, and James Moyer.The Pocono Lake Wesleyan Church in Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania, will hold a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, December 13, 2021.
Gower Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc., Gilbert, PA, will host a memorial service on Sunday, December 12, 2021 from 6 to 8 p.m.
From 10 a.m. until the start of the church service on Monday, December 13, 2021, more visitors may pay their respects.
Glen’s final resting place will be at the Pocono Lake Wesleyan Church Cemetery in Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania, where he was buried in the family cemetery.
Donations to the Pocono Lake Wesleyan Church, 203 Spur Road, Pocono Lake, PA 18347, in memory of Glen R. Moyer may be contributed in lieu of flowers.
Members of the Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department, Company # 8, as well as the Pennsylvania State and Western Pennsylvania Fireman’s Associations knew him well.
Glenn was a US Navy veteran who served on the USS Carter Hall LSD-3 during the Korean War and was promoted to the rank of MM2. The National Defense Service Medal and the Navy Occupational Medal Europe were presented to him.
Glenn Moyer’s beloved and loyal wife of 42 years, Sandra Lee Debich Moyer, who he married on November 24, 1964, has been left to cherish his memories. Vicki Jo McDonough and William McDonough, his daughter, live in South Bend, Indiana.
A Greensburg, Pennsylvania-based family: Glenn R. Moyer Sr. and his wife Monica Hunker residents Joseph H. Moyer and his wife Robin Kelly Ann, William, and Katie McDonough are three of his eight grandchildren.
In addition to Glenn R. Moyer, III., Rachel Lynn, and Jacob R. Moyer, Tristan N. Moyer and Joseph L. Moyer Jack E. Moyer and Margaret, his wife, live in Greensburg with their brother.
Betty J. Immel of Greensburg, one of his two sisters. Carol Snider of Greensburg, Pennsylvania Besides his parents, Glenn was predeceased by his brother Kenneth Moyer.
And Jean Elaine Painter, his younger sister Glenn’s nephew, Pastor Donald J. Immel, will officiate at a memorial service for him on Monday, October 15, at 7 p.m. at the New Stanton Assembly of God Church.
Prior to the ceremonies, his family will be welcoming friends and family members into the church foyer for a reception. Frank Kapr Funeral Home, Inc., Scottdale, has been entrusted with Glenn’s funeral arrangements.
The family asks that memorials be made to the New Stanton Assembly of God Church in Glenn R. Moyer, Srmemory. .’s
For three years, Glenn was Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Banking. As a result of this role, he served as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency and the Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Banking and Securities Commission.
Other boards on which he served include the Commonwealth Financing Agency, the PA Economic Development Financing Authority, the PA Industrial Development Authority, the PA Minority Business Development Authority, and the PA Energy and Natural Resources Development Authority.