Timothy Glancy

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.

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  • Daniel C. Lucci

    My condolences to the Glancy family on your loss. I worked with Tim for many years on construction projects at the Air Force Reserve installation in Moon Twp, Pa. He was always fair and a professional in negotiating our contracts, and he spoke graciously of his family and friends each and every time we met. Rest in Peace Tim!

  • Robert Rohm

    Tim was a good friend and even better person. Thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.

  • Caracciolo family

    Dear Maureen and Family, We were so sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved Tim. Please except our most sincere condolences and prays for your loss. Tim was such a good man with a huge heart he will truly be missed. We will be attending the blessing on Friday. Sincerely The Caracciolo family

  • Dennis Johnston

    I did not really know Tim very well, but some people you can just tell right away that they are a good human being.

  • ED THANER

    Maureen and family, so sorry i cant be with you,ill always remember Tim with that lovely grin on his face. Ill have a Jack&Soda (actually 2) tonight in Bonita Springs-one for TIM and one for ME Ed Thaner

  • Heather Bergman

    I’m sorry for your loss. Tim will be missed by his many friends.

  • Mike and Anita Russo

    We were shocked and saddened beyond belief to hear of Tim’s passing. He was undoubtedly one of the nicest people we have ever met. Maureen, you and your family are constantly in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Ken and Maribeth Cuccinelli

    Our heartfelt condolences to Maureen and all the Glancy family. Tim and all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. May he rest in the eternal peace of God. Ken and Maribeth

  • Paul and LuAnn Phillips/Phillips Mechanical

    We are so sorry for your loss. We had many years working for Tim and he will be greatly missed. We will be out of town on Friday, so we will be unable to make the memorial service. Our prayer is that the Lord comforts all of you through this difficult time. We will be making a donation to the Autism Speaks in his honor.

  • Julie Shebat

    I am so sorry for your loss. I know it is not easy to lose a loved one and my heart goes out to you and your family. I hope that, in time you will be able to celebrate his legacy.

  • Dede Rittman

    I am so sorry to hear this tragic news. My sincere sympathy on your loss.

  • Jeff Evans

    Dear Maureen and family, While it is impossible not to mourn the loss of such an amazing person, we are thankful for the years of friendship that we had with Tim and will continue to have with you Maureen. Life is too short and tomorrow is not guaranteed, so live life the way Tim did, to its fullest. Rest in Peace Good Sir! We’ve already said a toast to Tim and will do so again with you on Friday! Love, Sharon & Jeff

  • Gail Wolf

    Maureen, I am so very sorry to learn of your terrible tragic loss. I am unable to come to the blessing service but please know you are in my heart and my thoughts. Gail

  • Sandy Pozar-Keeter

    I am so sorry for your loss. Tim was a classmate of mine from NHHS class of ’74. He always had a smile and was kind to all. Prayers for the family and long distance hugs.

  • David Simmons

    Uncle Tim, you and Aunt Maureen did so much for my Mom, Brother and I when we were just little kids. You made sure we had everything we needed when things got tough for us. To help us out like you did means the world to us. Only later in Life did my brother and I find out about this. You were always so generous and kind. A true Irishman in all aspects and we love that about you. We love you and we miss you… greatly greatly miss you. Say hello to Pap, Grammy, Uncle Bill and all the others who are waiting for us to join them up there! With immense love, The Simmons Family

  • Rebecca Connors-Adams

    Maureen and Family, I am beyond words and so sorry for your loss. Not only did I see Tim always smiling at the Treesdale Club, but I also remember how warm and welcoming he was while I was in your home when I was on Jessica’s cheer squad as a child. My deepest sympathy and thoughts. xoxo

  • Mar & Jack

    We have been thinking of you, Maureen, and your entire family since we heard the sad news. When we envision Tim, it is with his warm smile and always a kind word. That is how he will be remembered. Sending you strength, positive energy, and hugs during this difficult time. Mar & Jack

  • Tim Hindley

    Maureen and family, my deepest condolences at this time. We all met back in 1980 and I always thought of Tim as good friend even though we didn’t get together as much as we used to. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Hannibal and Moira Galin

    Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Glancy family. Tim was an awesome friend. We are very saddened by his passing but will celebrate his life.

  • Tom Suter

    Maureen, I’m without words about the sudden passing of Tim. I couldn’t believe what I was reading on FB just now, I’m so sorry. My heart and prayers go out to you and the family. Tom

  • Duane Talhouk

    Maureen, I am so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I am also sorry that I can’t be at Treesdale on Friday to celebrate Tim’s life as I will be out of town. However, please know that I will be thinking of you both even though I can not be present. May God grant you peace in your time of need. Duane

  • Debi Aronson Fisher

    Tim, may you finally get to play 18 on the best course in the universe. You will be sadly missed by all, I’ll never forget NHHS and some of our crazy antics ??

  • Diane Strehl

    Timmy was the very best brother in law I could have asked for! He made sure Maureen and the kids never wanted for anything, especially love! Not only did he LOVE his own family deeply, his love extended to the rest of us that he inherited by marriage!! Always the first with a hand UP for anyone! His laughter, love and generosity will be greatly missed by everyone who ever had the pleasure to meet him. Rest in peace Timmy! Love you and miss you!

  • Lori Barrante

    Knowing Tim for more than 40 years, God gained a true angel… no other words will do. May your family and friends hold you close and God hold you closer.

  • Don Funk

    Maureen and Family, It was such a shock to find out about Tim on Saturday. My heart goes out to you and your children. Tim and I have known each other since first grade at St. Teresa School and thru high school at North Hills. Tom, Rob and I always had a good time with Tim, especially our last night out with you and Tim back in July. I look back at all the weekend nights we spent our at your house on the edge of North Park. Shooting hoops, playing football or just sitting around talking with both of you. I would have done anything to be at his service on Friday, but we will be on vacation starting that morning. I am extremely saddened to loosing a very good friend and I pray that Tim is going to be watching over you and your family. My wife and I extend our sympathy to you and your family as you try to cope with this tragic event. I will give you ac all when we get back after November 20. Here’s to Tim (Irish) Love you, buddy, and I won’t forget you.

  • Mike and Jill foley

    So sorry for your loss. We always thought of you as a friend. Our first memory of spending time with you guys was tournament ball. It was a great summer and fun time at the ballfield. Tim let Kevin pitch in a baseball game and was the best time for him. Always enjoyed running into you at Panera and talking. You were alway a great friend and really would have done anything for you if he could. Again sorry for your loss Jill and Mike

  • Pat O’Dwyer

    Eighteen years ago we met a great man on a small island in the Caribbean. Who knew that pool volleyball, outdoor chess and a seat at the bar would blossom into a fantastic friendship. Tim always had a smile, a joke, and not a care in the world. He was interested in what was happening with you. Whether we visited him in PA or FL, he always made it seem like it was home. Tim’s smile and good laugh will forever be missed. Our hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to Maureen, Jessica, Shawn, Craig & the grandkids. Tim loved and cherished you wholeheartedly. You were his pride & joy. He is watching over you. May good memories help you heal during this difficult time. Love Pat, Nancy, Dan & Kaitlyn O’Dwyer

  • Larry and Denise Pancyrz

    Expressions of Sympathy Larry and Denise Pancyrz has sent this Expressions of Sympathy card.

  • Margie Fraser Kerchner

    Our famiy loved Coach Glancy. He & his family were so very special to us. He coached my boys who are now 33 & 31 years old: Scott & Bradley. May God bless & watch over Maureen, Jessica & her son, Shawn & his family & Craig. We send our love & prayers

  • Margie Fraser Kerchner

    Our famiy loved Coach Glancy. He & his family were so very special to us. He coached my boys who are now 33 & 31 years old: Scott & Bradley. May God bless & watch over Maureen, Jessica & her son, Shawn & his family & Craig. We send our love & prayers

 

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