Glen C Chriscoe

glen chriscoe

Glen C. Chriscoe, 64, passed away Sunday, September 10, 2023 at Randolph Hospital.

Glen was born on November 6, 1958 in Randolph County.  He attended North Moore High School.  He worked in the textile industry for many years and later at Ben Owen Pottery.  He was a fan of Dale Earnhardt, Sr and NASCAR racing.  Glen was an avid deer hunter and enjoyed many trips fishing at Jordan Lake.  He enjoyed time spent with his large family.

Glen was a son of the late Grant and Bertha Williamson Chrisco and was preceded in death by siblings: Gene Chriscoe, Hubert Chriscoe, Emily Needham, Frankie Chriscoe, Wanda Chriscoe.

Glen is survived by sisters: Phyllis Davis (Gilbert), Sherry Brady (Russell); brother: Paul Chriscoe (Tamara); many nieces, great nieces, nephews, great nephews and friends.

Graveside service will be 2 PM, Thursday, September 14, 2023 at Union Grove Baptist Church.

The body will lie in repose from 2 until 5 PM, Wednesday, September 13, 2023 and 8 until Noon on Thursday,  September 14, 2023 at Kennedy Funeral Home.

The family will receive friends at the home.

Kennedy Funeral Home is honored to serve the Chriscoe family.

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  1. So sorry for our loss ! So much I could say about Glen but most of all he was a special brother in law to me ! He was always smiling making jokes and made you feel welcome ! Our loss but Heavens gain ! May God wrap his arms around each and everyone of us as we say goodbye here on earth but one day we will meet again ! God bless the family !

  2. My Cousin and friend and fellow Dale Earnhardt Sr fan my prayers and Love to the Family and friends I’m so sorry for us all but I know in my heart he is now taking with my Daddy his Uncle Archie and of course his Dad and Mom Uncle Grant and Aunt Bertha that must be quite a reunion

  3. Sending my condolences to the family. Have some wonderful memories of Gene, Sherry, and Phyllis. Praying for family and friends. Hugs to all!!

  4. So sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. He was always took time to talk to me and compare fishing stories during the years at Ramtex. Thoughts &
    Prayers go out to his family.
    Randy Stroud

  5. So sorry to hear about Glenn, I thought a lot of him and his family.
    Praying for comfort for you all.
    Christine (Chris Caviness) Brewer

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