HAMMOND - Frank O. Glenn Jr., 84, of Hammond died Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2002, at his home.

Mr. Glenn was born Oct. 21, 1917, in Brooklyn, N.Y., to Frank O. and Mary Elizabeth Glenn. He grew up and attended school in Brooklyn.

On June 4, 1942, he married Marguerite Myers at St. Bartholomew's Cathedral in New York City. On Nov. 18, 1988, he married Roberta Jo Williams; she survives, residing in Hammond.

Mr. Glenn graduated from Washington and Lee University with a bachelor's degree in finance and banking. In 1938, he began working for Brooklyn Trust and Tucker Anthony Brokerage in New York City and attended the New York Stock Exchange Institute. In June 1941, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and attended Officer's Candidate School, graduating as a second lieutenant. The Army then sent him to Harvard University. He was discharged in 1945 as a captain in the Army Signal Corps.

He moved to the Long Beach Peninsula in 1945, where he owned and operated Cranguyma Farms and developed Cranguyma Farm Products. In 1951, he graduated from Oregon State University with a master's degree in horticulture and food technology. From 1970 to 1982 he was director at Ocean Spray Cranberries Inc. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, Long Beach Cranberry Growers Association, U.S. Cranberry Marketing Committee, Ocean Spray West Coast Advisory Board, Long Beach Grange, Long Beach Elks, Astoria Golf and Country Club, the Washington Athletic Club, and the Rainier Club. He was also an Ilwaco Port commissioner. He enjoyed photography, sailing and fishing on the boat Tondeleyo.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, Candy and Frank O. Glenn III of Seaview, Guy and Carolyn Glenn of Long Beach, Richard R. and Sue Glenn of Raphine, Va.; two step-sons and daughter-in-law, Tim and Marni Williams of Battleground, and Tom Williams of Ilwaco; a step-daughter and friend, Marilyn Jo Williams and Kerry Harper of Seaview; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A son, Jonathan Glenn, died earlier.

Memorial service was Oct. 5 at Grace Episcopal Church in Astoria, with a reception following at the Uniontown Cafe. Inurnment is private.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Pacific Coast Cranberry Research Foundation/Cranberry Museum, 2500 Sandridge Road, Ilwaco, WA 98624.

Arrangements by Hughes-Ransom Mortuary, Astoria.

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