September 27, 2021 - November 04, 2016
Age 60, of Adams Twp., passed away unexpectedly on Friday, November 4, 2016. Beloved husband for thirty six amazing years of Maureen (Menzel); The proudest dad of Jessica, Shawn (Josy), and Craig; Treasured pap-pap of Bryce, Mason and Austin; Loving brother of Robert A. Glancy (Mary Ann), James G. Glancy (Linda), Thomas J. Glancy, the late Patricia A. Conroy (survived by husband Michael) and the late Michael J. Glancy; Son of the late Robert and Laura (Hurrie); Also survived by countless relatives and friends from all over the country.
A Blessing Service will be held at St. Kilian Church (small chapel) in Mars (205 Clark St., Mars 16046) on Friday November 11th at 11am with reception to follow at Treesdale Country Club. It was always his wishes to not have a funeral. Tim wanted his life to be celebrated and all are welcome to share in that celebration.
Tim spent his whole life in the construction industry. He and his brother led their company in hundreds of construction projects over the past 40+ years. He truly loved going to work every day.
Tim’s greatest joy came from spending time with his family. He unconditionally adored his children and grandchildren. They were the light of his life. Anyone who knew Tim, knew the pride he had for his family.
In his later years, Tim found joy and relaxation in spending time on the golf course. Golf was a way for him to, not only spend time with some of his closest buddies, but also his best friend, his wife. No matter if Tim and Maureen were at their home in Mars or at their home in Naples, Florida, they always were surrounded by trusted friends.
Tim would ask all of his friends and family not to mourn his death, but rather he would want you to toast to his life, do something special for someone, pay it forward, and remember to always live every day as if it were your last.
In lieu of flowers, the Glancy family would appreciate that donations be made to Autism Speaks of Butler County, The ARC of Butler County
112 Hollywood Drive Suite 202 Butler, PA 16001 a foundation, for all that know him, has especially touched his life and heart in the most significant way possible Arrangments be DEVLIN FUNERAL HOME of CRANBERRY.