Glen Charles Neumann was born November 11, 1930 in Fort Morgan, CO to Charles and Gertrude Neumann and was the oldest of five children. Glen passed on August 14, 2023 surrounded by family. After graduation from Fort Morgan High School he enlisted in the United States Air Force. He served over three years in the Air Force and returned to Colorado and enrolled in Colorado State University where he graduated with a B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Glen went on to a career in the aerospace industry working on the design of the Titan Missile for Martin Marietta and was present for a launch in early 1960. Glen married his wife Margaret Borland in 1966 and traveled for several years enjoying our beautiful country including Alaska. When their traveling was concluded they returned to Colorado and settled in Greeley. Glen opened a Commodities Trading Office and he and Margaret bought what became Cottonwood Health Cottage. They served the community of Greeley for over 40 years with their businesses. Glen became an avid runner in his late 60’s. He ran in the mountains, on beaches and the streets of Greeley always with a faithful dog at his side. He ran 5k's, 10k’s and a few marathons in his 80’s and traveled to Norway to run in a race that entered three countries. Glen had a special, intellectual humor that was typically followed by an eye rolling – just to make sure you knew he was joking.
Glen is survived by his wife, Margaret, two sisters and one brother, sister in law Diane (William Berger), nieces and nephews Jill Meakins (John Debue), John Berger (Janice), Lynn Young (Michael), Susan Berger, David Berger (Amber). Also nine great nieces and nephews. Glen is predeceased by his sister Shirley Meakins. Private services have been held at Riverside Cemetery, Fort Morgan, CO.