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Glenn T. Spell

Glenn T. Spell, age 54, of Windsor, S.C., loving husband of Lisa Mitchum Spell and son of the late Patricia Edenfield Nation, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his stepfather, William T. Nation, Jr.; a daughter, Candi (Jason) Barton; a brother, Alton Lee (Carol) Spell; a sister, Shellie Marie (Joseph) Pollard and five grandchildren; Ashlynne Barton, Olivia Craig, Hannah Dempsey, Jaylin Barton, and Jaxsen Barton. He was born in Baxley, Georgia but has been a resident of Windsor, S.C. for the past twenty-five years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Windsor. He was a Pipefitter/Welder by trade.  He was a member of the National Guards and the Local Plumber’s Pipefitter Union #150. The family stated that he never met a stranger and would always lend a hand to anyone in need. He always had an answer for the Lord. A man of his caliber shall be greatly missed by his family and many friends. Death is not the end, as he has just made that great transition to his new Heavenly Home where all is joy and peace in a land of endless tomorrows. A service, celebrating his life and homegoing, will be held at the First Baptist Church of Windsor, S. C. on Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 3:00 PM with Rev. John Raborn officiating. The interment will follow the service in the Church Cemetery. The Pallbearers will be Jason Barton, Seth Spell, Jeremy Williams, Terry Ransom, Hank Byars, Kenneth Paradise and Kenneth Spoonemore. The family will receive friends at the church one hour prior to the service. If so desired, memorials in his honor, may be made to the First Baptist Church of Windsor, Sunday School Addon at P. O. Box 238, Windsor, S. C. 29856.   Napier Funeral Home, Inc., 315 Main St., Graniteville, S.C. 29829 is in charge of the arrangements. You can visit the online guest register at www.napierfuneralhomeinc.com

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Glenn was one of my children by choice. I hadnt seen him in years but still loved him just as much as always. Lisa and Candi and the rest of the family will continue to be in my prayers. Love never dies

Mary Peninger Oct 15 2020 12:00 AM

I remember the fun years I worked with Lisa. She loved Glenn so much. He was her best friend. Love you , Lisa. Praying for you.

Carole Anderson Sep 28 2020 12:00 AM

I will forever be grateful for God sending you to me. We knew from the beginning that we were meant to be. The past 35 years have been the best. You always took us on the best vacations (where ever you was working at the time). Candi and I will always have the memories. The best husband, daddy, and papa anyone could ask for. I know that you are at peace now and that helps me a lot. Keep my place until I can get up there. I love you always and forever!!!

Lisa Spell Sep 27 2020 12:00 AM

You was always a loving man! You was a really great guy who loved his family. You will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved you. I won't say goodbye only say until we meet again give my Mom a hug for me

Sandra Broach Sep 26 2020 12:00 AM

We are so sorry for your loss. God be with you.

Rep Bill and Donna Taylor Sep 26 2020 12:00 AM

I first met Glen at a job we were on at Parris Island,SC. Glen was the forman. We were outside working and the Marine Drill Instructor was was inside the barracks screaming at the new recruits. I said to Glen, "Hey Glen, go in there and tell that
DI to quiet down, he is getting on my nerves". Glen said, "You go in and tell him"!

Richard Warrell Sep 26 2020 12:00 AM

RIP Glen. A good man.

Richard Warrell Sep 26 2020 12:00 AM

Rip my friend. When we work together he would steal
My pencil it did not matter how many I had ,then come back to see if I need a pencil.

Reggie bush Sep 25 2020 12:00 AM

Good man and good Pipefitter worked with him in Kinston NC ten years ago, he was my fitter and he saved me from losing my legs when he saw a piece of pipe about to fall.. will always remember him for that.. and sad to hear this.. RIP brother

Jeremy Truett Sep 25 2020 12:00 AM