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Glen Wayne Jensen

Sep. 17, 1928 - Apr. 30, 2020

Date of Service: May 7, 2020

BURLEY – Glen Wayne Jensen, a 91-year-old resident of Lehi, Utah, and formerly of Burley, passed away Thursday, April 30, 2020, at Harmony Hills Assisted Living in Lehi.

Glen was born September 17, 1928, in Murray, Utah, to Glen Alpine Jensen and Nora Estella Greenwood Jensen; he was the fourth of six children. Glen attended grade school in Burley and Rupert and graduated from Richfield High School. He then attended Utah State University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in agronomy. On April 28, 1949, he married Margie Ruth Warr in the Logan Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Margie and Glen had four children, Steven (Diane), Janet (Vaughn), Julie, and Greg (Bridget).

Glen cultivated a strong work ethic from an early age. He started working on the family farm as a young boy and drove the school bus when he was fourteen. He served as First Lieutenant and Quartermaster in the Korean War. He worked for the U.S. Government in the Agricultural Stabalization Conservation Services. He also farmed in Oakley, Idaho, and sold real-estate. Glen never stopped working or learning. His intellect was evident in his vocabulary, wit, and vast knowledge of seemingly every subject.

Glen fostered deep connections with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. He supported all of their lifes’ achievements, both large and small. He took great pride in his family. Relationships were highly important to Glen and he was always ready for a visit or a phone call. He lived his life surrounded by family and friends and was quick to serve. His generousity spread to family, friends, and strangers.

Glen retired in Burley and then moved to Utah in 2014, to be close to his family; however in his heart Burley was always home.

Glen is survived by three children; 17 grandchildren; and 29 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and sibilings; his wife, Margie (2004); son, Steven (2011); and a great-grandson, Rock Sutherland (2008).

A private family service will be held Thursday, May 7, 2020, at the Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home in Burley. Burial will follow at Pleasant View Cemetery.

Condolences for Glen Wayne Jensen

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From L D & Jennifer Sager:
Our sincere condolences to your family. Glen was a gentle giant.
From Sheryl Koyle:
Glen was an excellent roll model! I loved working with Glen in Real Estate ! He was a pleasure to put a deal together and help a family get a home ! He helped alot of people in this area.
From Rick and Chris Funk:
We always walked away with a smile and a good feeling after a visit with Glen, what a special man! Sending our love and prayers.
From Carolyn Laird:
It tugged at my heartstrings to hear of your Dad's passing and brought back sweet memories of your family and growing up in the Burley 5th ward. Sending love, thoughts and prayers your way. So sorry for your loss.
From Bona Rae Davis:
So sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. I always enjoyed visiting with him at the office, watching the parade and going to lunch. I missed him after he moved to Utah but was glad he was closer to family. He was a great guy!!
From Kathleen Kober:
What a great example and legacy he has given to his family. I remember what a great sense of humor he had and how he put up with much silliness from parties and YW activities at their home. Love to you Jan and all your family.
From Lily H Bell:
So sorry.............
From Wayne and Vicky Davis :
Loved you dad so much. He was inspiration to all who knew him. Steve was a good friend to Wayne and “uncle mark” was Wayne’s roommate in college and in our wedding. So sorry for your loss.
From Wendy Fernandez :
My deep condolences to his daughter Janet and all family.
From Brent Mendenhall:
Glen was a mentor and sounding board. He was instrumental in helping me get into USDA career. He and my brother gave me life lessons on the Oakley farm. See you on the other side Glen.
From David R. Boyd R. Butch :
All the best to family from
His friends, Sandy, Boyd R and David R
From David R Price:
Glen was a great friend and mentor for my self and Boyd Butch Poulton for most of our Realestate career.


Ask him a question, he knew the answer. I first met him as a member of the Bishopric in the old Burley 5 th Ward., Dairy Queen Church.
Thanks to all his family and friends

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