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Official Obituary of: Glenn Richard Stumpenhagen, 59, on February 18, 2022

Glenn Richard Stumpenhagen, 59, on February 18, 2022

NORTH ATTLEBORO – Glenn Richard Stumpenhagen, 59, of North Attleboro, passed away Friday, February 18, 2022 at home.  

Born March 27, 1962 in New York City, he was a son of the late Helmut and Margaret (Zilinsky) Stumpenhagen. 

Glenn grew up in Farmingville on Long Island, NY and was a graduate of Sachem High School there. He received a BS at Syracuse University and later an MBA from the University of Rhode Island. 

He’s worked as manager of store operations and planning at the TJX Corporation for the past 26 years. 

Glenn loved museums, history and old war movies. He was also a big fan of the New England Patriots and enjoyed playing the saxophone. 

He is survived by his fiancee, Amy Gottlieb of North Attleboro; two children, Richard and fiancee Sophie of North Attleboro and Kathryn Stumpenhagen of Plainville and Amy’s daughter, Brittany Gottlieb of North Attleboro. He was brother of the late Edna Papandrea-Sloan. 

Visiting hours will be held on Thursday, February 24 from 4-7 p.m. at Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro. A collation will be held following the conclusion of visitation at at 7:30 p.m. at Evivva Trattoria, 15 K Ledgeview Way, Wrentham, MA 02093.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital at www.stjude.org

 

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  • Glenn, We were best friends, oldest friends, brothers.  I am already missing being able to ask you something about our past that I’d forgotten.  It is as if half of me has been ripped away and I am stunned, numb, lonely, and shattered.  Be at peace, my friend.  You will be so terribly missed and always loved.  Martin 

  • Glenn and I met in graduate school and became fast friends. His intelligence, sense of humor and focus were amazing! We spent innumerable hours sailing on Narragansett Bay – and even once in KS until our catamaran capsized on top of us! I sure wish I had known about the saxophone – I would have enjoyed jamming with him… For now, my friend, fair seas and following winds…

  • I will miss talking to you about everything.  Loved talking concerts and music with you even though I knew nothing… to your family I am sorry for the loss of Glenn… he will be greatly missed. Love Gail 

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  1. I will miss talking to you about everything.  Loved talking concerts and music with you even though I knew nothing… to your family I am sorry for the loss of Glenn… he will be greatly missed. Love Gail 

  2. Glenn and I met in graduate school and became fast friends. His intelligence, sense of humor and focus were amazing! We spent innumerable hours sailing on Narragansett Bay – and even once in KS until our catamaran capsized on top of us! I sure wish I had known about the saxophone – I would have enjoyed jamming with him… For now, my friend, fair seas and following winds…

  3. Glenn, We were best friends, oldest friends, brothers.  I am already missing being able to ask you something about our past that I’d forgotten.  It is as if half of me has been ripped away and I am stunned, numb, lonely, and shattered.  Be at peace, my friend.  You will be so terribly missed and always loved.  Martin 

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