Glenn G. Eddy

Glenn G. Eddy, 80, passed away April 29, 2018, after a brief illness.
He was a loving husband, father and grandfather, and will be missed by his many friends and family.

Glenn was born in Jakes Run to the late Merle R. and Ochel B. (Chisler) Eddy on May 26, 1937.
A graduate of Clay-Battelle High School, he attended WVU and launched his career at Monongahela Power Co. spanning many years as he progressed from his starting position as a meter-reader and ending with his retirement as construction supervisor, in Elkins, after spending many years as district supervisor, in Kingwood.
In retirement, he employed his craft as master electrician to perform hundreds of electrical inspections for D&D Inspections. His hobbies were numer-ous including rebuilding Corvettes, hunting, fishing and pocket watch collecting and repair. He was a Methodist by faith and a member of several fraternal/charitable organizations including Preston Lodge 90 (Masonic), Rowlesburg Order of Eastern Star and Kingwood Kiwanis.

Glenn is survived by his wife of 40 years, Nina (Toni) Dean Eddy, of Kingwood; his brother, Darrell Eddy and wife, Almeada, of Bridgeport; sister-in-law, Nancy Eddy, of Rhode Island; daughter, Terri Lea (Eddy) Malcolm and husband, Fred, of New Hampshire; and stepsons, Mike Bolyard and wife, Glenna, of Middleway, Paul Bolyard and wife, Laura, of Florida, and Dean Bolyard and wife, Kim, of Kingwood.

Grandchildren include Timothy Malcolm and wife, Kirsten, Eric Malcolm and wife, Megan, Danielle Bolyard, Jedidiah Bolyard and wife, Kaileen, Jeremiah Bolyard, Dillon Bolyard, Emma Bolyard and Wyatt Bolyard.

Great-grandchildren are Julian, Trevor and Harper Malcolm, Evelyn Bolyard, Scarlett Bolyard and Bella and Kalli Land.

He was preceded in death by his parentsl and his brother, Larry.

Visitation will be held at Browning Funeral Home, in Kingwood, from 11 a.m. Saturday, May 5, until the 1 p.m. celebration of Glenn’s life. A Masonic interment will follow at Etam Cemetery.
The family gratefully requests that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to Etam Cemetery Association, c/o Angie Lipscomb 283 Birch Root Road, Rowlesburg, WV 26425.