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Glenn Lee

August 26, 1965 — October 23, 2020

Glenn Patrick Lee A.K.A. GOODY

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” Psalms 133:1

Glenn Patrick Lee was born on August 26, 1965, in Spring Lake, North Carolina. The son of Earl Lee (deceased) and Mary Francis (Lee) now Floyd, died on October 23, 2020 at the age of 55. He graduated from Hanau American High School, Hanau, Germany, in 1983 and earned his Bachelor of Science Degree from Summit University of Louisiana in 2000.

Glenn enlisted in the United States Army and served for four years. In the Army, he served as a Medical Operating Room Surgical Technician. His military duty assignments included, Fort Benning, Georgia and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. He was proud to be a paratrooper of the elite 82nd Airborne Division at Ft Bragg, North Carolina. Glenn was Honorably Discharged from the United States Army and he and Donna settled in San Antonio, Texas. Glenn’s transition from the US Army to civilian life was seamless. He gained employment with the Federal Government and with Private Companies. In the Federal Government, he worked as a Logistician, a Quality Control Evaluator, and a Contracting Officer’s Representative in the Food Service Department in support of 37,000 Active Duty Service members at Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. With private companies, Glenn worked for Haliburton and Brown & Root that provided multifaceted logistical support for thousands of US Military & Foreign Military Soldiers during Operations Joint Forge and Operations Iraqi Freedom. His outstanding logistical and professional acumen landed him in Kosovo, Bosnia, and Iraq, Kuwait. For his dedication, he received numerous awards from higher level Chain of Command Military Officers & Civilians.

Glenn was a proud member of the Masonic Fraternity – King Solomon Lodge #62. He was Civic minded; for 20 years, he officiated basketball, football, and baseball for children of all ages. Glenn was a deeply loyal fan of the Dallas Cowboys. He acquired a classic 1961 convertible car, truck, motorcycle, and a pontoon boat.  His love of firearms kept him and his cousin Greg at the firing range. He loved to cook, especially, North Carolina Bar-be-que. Glenn joined the World Ventures Travel Club where he and his wife including friends took numerous Cruises and Flights to the Caribbean Islands. Everything he touched was with great enthusiasm, pride and joy.

Donna Lee was the “Apple of His Eye,” from early grade school they were childhood friends long before they said “I Do”, in Spring Lake, North Carolina. The best decision Glenn made was to ask Donna to marry him 35 years ago. He was blessed with a rare common sense approach to life and used his sensibilities wisely for himself, family and close friends. His deep devotion to his family is sterling testament to his life. A loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather. To mourn their loss are: Wife, Donna Lee, Two Son’s, David (Kristina), Robert (Jordin), Two Daughter’s, Alicia, Daniella; 7 Grandchildren, Kiera, Leah, Micah, Novah, Danielle, Yaileina, Leiandra; Mother, Mary Francis Floyd, Stepfather, Joe Floyd; Two Brother’s, Nathaniel (Cheryl), Cedric (Amanda) , Two Sister’s, Dannie May Farmer (Robert), Fatima Amerson (Wilbert); Uncle’s, Leroy Jones (Cheryl) Robert Mason (Aunt Gigi); Aunt’s; Betty Pratt, Nancy Mahoney, and host of Nieces, Nephews, & Cousins. We will always remember Glenn for his love of sharing and giving heart, his smile, humor and most of all the good that he done while on this earth. His family, closest friends, and co-workers will cherish his memory until we meet again. Sleep well in heaven Glenn Patrick Lee A.K.A. “GOODY”

In Lieu of Flowers, please make a donation in Glenn’s name to the Boys & Girls Club of America (210-945-1220), Universal City, Texas.

The Family of Glenn Patrick Lee thank everyone for their kindness & expressions of condolences



Schertz Funeral Home
  • 2217 FM 3009
    Schertz, TX 78154

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Schertz Funeral Home
  • 2217 FM 3009
    Schertz, TX 78154


Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery
  • 1520 Harry Wurzbach
    San Antonio, Texas 78209
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