Mike Glancy
1940 - 2019
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Michael Owen Glancy of Las Vegas, NV passed away January 4, 2019. He was born April 3, 1940 in Kingman, Arizona to James and Leta (Wanslee) Glancy. He was raised in Kingman and graduated from the University of Arizona. A civil engineer, Mike spent a career in construction including running Glancy Construction in Kingman, building a section of I-40 at ADOT and many years as a manager for concrete and material suppliers in Kingman and Las Vegas. He loved to watch sports of any kind (especially his Wildcats), read cowboy books and give people nicknames. An avid hunter, he was happiest when taking his family on a hunt or cooking, eating and sharing his venison, elk or antelope. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Lulu (Kolomitz), and their children Mo, Brian, Bridget, Sherry, Erin, Killarney, Jesse, Sarah and Judy, his brothers John and Richard, sisters Mary, Kathleen, Anne & Mert as well as 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his brother Charlie and daughter Christina Marie. Mike was loved by so many and will be missed by all. A celebration of his life is planned for January 19th in Las Vegas.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jan. 9, 2019.
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January 16, 2019
Through out life you come across individuals who place an impression on you that lasts for a long time. As a fellow member of the management team for Bonanza Material Mike was always fair and supportive even when I transitioned into a construction manager. Without him my life at the company would have been short lived I'm grateful for those days to have known him and to have rubbed shoulders with him and the men we worked with. May he Rest In Peace and may his family and friends be supported in their time of loss. Kelly Booth
January 15, 2019
Thoughts and prayers for the Glancy family during this time of loss. Fondly, Dick Molin, Carmel, IN
January 13, 2019
Bill Carner
January 13, 2019
I feel lucky to have had you around for as long as I did and I always loved talking with you. I loved that you were able to see me grow up and I hope to have made you proud. Thank you for always being supportive of me and welcoming me or whoever I brought around. I'll never forget hunting with you and how awesome your stories (and spotting eyes) were! Thanks for being such a hard worker and always providing for your family, your kids are my favorite people and I'm sure it's because of how they were raised. I love you and I'll miss you dearly.
January 11, 2019
From Don Barnes; WOW, i thought my friend Mike would be with us forever. I will really miss him. Just hear about it from Robert Terril. Best man I ever worked with, most honest, cordial, friendly, fun loving etc. Cant name all his attributes. I know your sorrow Lulu. Always think of him on St Patrick's day with his "green" outfit (Don Barnes 541-969-2668)
Don Barnes
January 11, 2019
Don Barnes
January 10, 2019
Thank you for all that you did for me. I am so grateful to have had you in my life for as long as I did. I always loved your sharp memory, sense of humor, work ethic, and hearing about all of your interesting life experiences. You were a cool Dad and an awesome grandfather to my children. You will be thought of often and missed forever.
January 10, 2019
See u on the other side my friend...mike was the first man 2 give me a good job in las vegas .WMK,CSR,RINKER...Thank u 4 tht 20 year run ...u will be miss...GOD Bless 2 all.
John Wilson
January 9, 2019
Though I did not have to opportunity to get to know you all that well I can tell by the character of your children that you were a good man. Thank you for creating an amazing famiky, I know they love you deeply. May you be at peace knowning you left something wonderful on this earth in your family.
Samantha Carter
January 9, 2019
I will always cherish the memories I have of Uncle Mike. The patriarch of the Glancy clan, he was smart, funny, and dedicated to his family. I loved hunting with him when I was young, watching sports with him growing up and just visiting with him and hearing stories about the past. The nickname he gave me was "piper's son". From a very early age, I could count on being greeted with the monicker anytime I had the pleasure of his company. I wish I could have spent more time with him over the years. I'm sure many of his family and friends feel the same. We will miss you Uncle Mike! My love and condolences to Lulu and my cousins. I hope to see you all soon.

January 9, 2019
My Dad was an excellent provider. He worked hard for his family and I can't think of a time when any of us didn't have something we needed. That's saying a lot when you consider he was the sole provider for 9 children and 4 grandchildren that spent most of their youth in his home. His long hours allowed our Mom to stay home and shower us with love so I can't thank him enough for that.
Jesse Glancy
January 9, 2019
You loved me unconditionally, imparted your strong work ethic upon me and believed in me from day one. I am so grateful for everything you provided us including the nicknaming gene. I miss you immensely and will love you forever.
Sherry Lynn Tincankaduski
January 9, 2019
Please accept my heart felt sympathy for the loss of your beloved Mike. When someone we love falls asleep in death the memories we have of them become our treasure so may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends and may those cherished memories of a life well lived and Gods promise at John 6:40 ease the pain of your grief during this difficult time.
January 9, 2019
Thank you for providing for all of us and always being there for me Dad. For teaching me so much, for never missing one of my games and for filling me with confidence. You always knew how to make me feel special. I love you and miss you so much.
Mo Glancy
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