Glenn Charles Sanders, beloved son, brother, cousin and friend, was called home to the Lord on October 18, 2021, after 70 years on this earth. Glenn was born and raised in Baton Rouge, graduated from Baton Rouge High School and attended L.S.U. Glenn spent the majority of his working life as a pipe fitter. Glenn was devoted to his mother for her entire life, caring for her until the day she passed. He was passionate about food. He loved to cook and eat. This was especially true during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Glenn was a devout Catholic and attended Mass daily at St. Joseph's Cathedral for 25 years. He volunteered at his church, helping with the food pantry and setting up the church for the Christmas holidays. Glenn was preceded in death by his father, Alvie Sanders and his mother, Dora Rebowe Sanders. He is survived by his brother and only sibling, Gary Wayne Sanders (Tami Whitman) and numerous cousins on his mother's side of the family. Glenn will be missed by his family and friends. We will be forever grateful for the time we had with him. Rest in peace. Services will be held on Monday, October 25th, at St. Joseph's Cathedral, 401 Main St., Baton Rouge, with visitation from 9:00 am-11:00 am, followed by a Mass and internment at Roselawn Cemetery, 4045 North St., Baton Rouge.
Published by The Advocate from Oct. 22 to Oct. 25, 2021.
Glenn, I haven't seen you in decades, but you were one of the nicest guys that I ever knew.
October 29, 2021
Gary Wayne, I truly feel a lose of one of my closet friends for 66 years. I´m 71 now and still remember Doing everything with Glenn and you came along and were like a little brother to me. I loved your mom, Glenn and you. Y´all were always there for me. I often think how wonderful it would be if my kids and grandchildren had the Belfair experince just to know that feeling. I´ve been checking on y´all from afar. I hope you and Glenn stayed close after Dora passed. Love you Pabst and may God bless. Kindness is something that the deaf can hear and the blind can see. This saying reminds me of all three of you