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949 Main St
P.O. Box 363
Waldoboro, ME 04572
Phone: 207-832-5541
Fax: 207-832-6346
Glenn Barbour

Glenn Barbour

Thursday, August 20th, 2020
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Glenn passed away peacefully next to his loving wife and family, at his home on August 20, 2020.

Glenn was born on February 14th, 1962 to Ronald and Ethelyn Barbour of Waldoboro, where he was raised and lived all of his life.

He graduated in 1980 at Medomak Valley high school, in those years he found his love of wrestling second only to the love of his life Dawna Barbour.

His love for Dawna didn’t stop there, he got married to his high school sweetheart on August 21, 1982 And never stopped loving her from that day forward for 38 years and counting. The unconditional, true love, most people only get to read about.

Glenn was a jack of all trades, he farmed, clammed, lobstered, cut wood and did handy man carpentry. Also he was his families and friends Mr. Fix it. He was a clever man. There just wasn’t much he couldn’t do and would be there in a flash for anyone in need. He never stopped long, there was always something that needed to be done or fixed. He worked so hard to create the beautiful life he gave his family.

He has two children, Glenn and Brittany Barbour of Waldoboro. A bonus daughter and son Jess and Adam. He led by example of how to be the best Dad. He not only raised but coached both of them from the day they were born until his very last breath. He coached wrestling and softball from their first years all the way through high school. He also gained a lot of children through those years, he loved all the kiddos big and small. He cheered them all on, and loved each and every one of them deeply.

Bumpa has 3 grandchildren who he loved more than life itself. He lived, loved and breathed Arianna, Rachel and Tucker; whom he also coached, day in and day out, even if it was from the bleachers or the stands. Their laughs were music to his ears. He loved watching his beautiful girls grow up and he enjoyed riding the skidder, his John Deere tractor and mowing the lawn with his little man, teaching him the ropes and all he knew along the way. He made a lot of memories with them they will cherish forever in their hearts.

When Glenn wasn’t working he made a little time for himself to enjoy hunting, if you knew him, you’ve heard many stories of those big bucks and hunting stories. He loved his days on the Medomak River. He also enjoyed playing Co-Ed softball with his girls Britt and Jess. He liked hanging out with his friends whether it was next to the campfire, throwing some horse shoes, behind Hoss’ bar on a Sunday, or up to Moody’s house for some cornhole. He loved to gab, it seemed there was someone he would find to talk to no matter where he was or where he went.

He was predeceased by his loving parents Ronald and Ethelyn Barbour of Waldoboro and his father in law Donald Eugley of Waldoboro.

He is survived by his wife Dawna Barbour, Children Glenn Barbour his wife Jessica Barbour, Daughter Brittany Barbour and partner Adam Kennard. His 3 grandchildren Arianna Kennard, Rachel Barbour and Tucker Kennard, of Waldoboro; his Mother in law Elsie Eugley of Waldoboro; Brothers and sisters Kim Brown and husband Buddy Brown of Nobleboro, Scott Barbour and his partner Michelle of Jefferson, Melissa Barbour of Waldoboro and Ronald Barbour and wife Laurie of Waldoboro; many nieces and nephews and a lot of loving friends.

Visiting hours will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at Hall’s of Waldoboro, 949 Main Street, in Waldoboro.

In lieu of flowers we would like to share a piece of Bumpa’s heart with the children at the Barbara Bush Children’s hospital. There will be an account set up at Camden National Bank and a link on Facebook. Bumpa will be sending his strength and courage around Christmas time to the children big and small.

Hall’s of Waldoboro has care of the arrangements. To extend online condolences visit .
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Bob Sherwood

Posted at 07:18am
Please accept our condolences . Bob and Patrick Sherwood

Patricia Libby

Posted at 08:53am
Donna and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I know he fought the good fight, and now he is at rest. Now it is the family who is left to grieve and remember, he had such a great smile and was always there for his family and friends. Of course in my mind he will always be that carefree young man who loved the sport that was so close to Doug. Long bus rides filled with laughter and youth and longer days surrounded by those many teams, families really , for many of us. Now it is I who hold all those memories, for Doug and myself, but they are fond memories of days gone by and I cherish them. Love to you and the family , stay strong, hold on to the memories and know we are with you in spirit....prayers Pat Libby

Barbara Britt

Posted at 09:07pm
Dawna we are so sorry for your loss. He was so special and will be missed by all. Our thoughts and prayers are with and the family. Love Hammer and Barbara

Lise Potter

Posted at 06:47pm
Dawna ~ so sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May he rest in peace. Love, Lise & Mark

Susan Ferrier

Posted at 06:13pm
My thoughts and prayers to The Barbour Family 💞 Glenn was a caring man, a friend to all. I have a funny memory of Glenn hiding in the bushes by the entrance of the daycare across from The Kennedy’s on Halloween night and scared us as we walked up the path for trick or treat just to add a bit of fright to the fun of the evening! ❤️ 👻 😅 He will be missed.

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