Glen Niemi

Glen P Niemi

Thursday, October 2nd, 1969 - Sunday, June 30th, 2019
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BARRE- Glen P. Niemi,49, died suddenly at home on June 30,2019. Funeral services are private. Pillsbury Funeral Home 96 S.Barre Rd. Barre.

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Karen Gizzie

Posted at 10:58am
Remember Glenn From High school. Good guy. so sorry to hear.

Diane Studlien Sarver

Posted at 06:55pm
So sorry to hear this unbelievably sad news. Glen will always have a place in my heart, haven't seen him in 25-30 years. But he was my first serious bf way way wayyyyy back during happy and easy times, during Highschool. Glad he found the love of his life in you Joann, to have found that happiness. My deepest condolences to both you and Linda. I know his Mom and he were amazingly close and kindred spirits. The Glen I remember was certainly one of a kind. Living life to the fullest and on his terms. Many great memories with him and Barry and yes you too David Martin. Joann and Linda Hold on tight to each other during this time. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

Alfred Hamel

Posted at 09:33am
Even though I only knew him for a short time I'm deeply saddened by his passing. I own a shop around the corner from his apartment and he would stop by and we'd have interesting talks about life and about history which he loved. I was looking forward to more of that. I drive down Cat Alley all the time and it will never be the same... he would never miss the chance to smile and wave as I drove by to get to work. I won't forget him.
Fred Hamel

JoAnn Helin Posted at 11:15am

Thank you so much Fred! Glen always spoke highly of you. He looked forward to your discussions. He loved your store. He would buy stuff for our grandson Alfie whenever he could!

David Martin

Posted at 07:28pm
I have a hundred stories. ,but I remember us at the Rocky horror picture show convention,in N.Y..back in '87...we had the time of our life...i'm gonna miss you


JoAnn Helin Posted at 11:16am

I actually have some pics from Rocky Horror if you would like to keep them for yourself. Glen loved you like a brother!

JoAnn Helin

Posted at 06:09pm
Glen was the Love of my life. My life partner. My best friend. We shared everything. He was the kindest man. He was gentle and loving. The most giving person I know. He would do anything he could to help anyone. He loved gardening and he loved building Rock walls for our garden. He loved music. Especially Freddy Mercury (Queen). Among many others. We loved to dance together in our living room at night. We also loved playing Madden on PS4. A tradition started by Glen and his little brother Erik Cuttell. Glen loved many things. He never took anything for granted. He lived his life the way he wanted. He will be missed Dearly by all of us. I know he's at peace now. He's with his brother and grandparents. Watching over us all. His memory will live on . I will love you forever Glen. Till we meet again my Love. Xoxo

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