Glenn E. Beeman Thursday, June 1, 1939 - Saturday, August 12, 2017

Glenn Eugene Beeman, 78, of Cumberland, died Saturday, August 12, 2017 at The Lions Center.

Born June 1, 1939 in Gilmore, he was the son of the late Cecil Ellis Beeman, Sr. and Eva Anna (Fazenbaker) Beeman Metcalf.

He was also preceded in death by four sisters, Ethel Kelley, Mary Blubaugh, Edna Miller, and Sylvia Beeman; two brothers, Cecil, Jr. and James; and a sister in law, Cheryl Beeman.

Glenn was employed at Rose Hill Cemetery for 60 years; 50 years as superintendent. He also served as maintenance foreman for Emmanuel Episcopal Church.

Glenn was a member of the Frostburg Eagles-Aerie #1273, Cumberland Outdoor Club, Barrelville Outdoor Club, and Sons of the American Legion Post #13. He was the champion “Pigeon Shooter” of George’s Creek.

Surviving are his wife of 54 years, Maxine; two brothers, Richard “Butch” Beeman, and Calvin Beeman and wife Bonnie; and numerous nieces and nephews.

At Glenn’s request, the services will be private.

Memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, or to the Lions Center Family Council Fund.

The family extends a special thanks for the exceptional care provided by Emmanuel Episcopal Church, the staff of the Western Maryland Health Systems and Home Care, and The Lions Center, along with the loving support of family and friends.

Condolences to the family may be posted after his obituary at www.upchurchfh.com


So sorry for your loss Maxine, Glenn & I grew up in Gilmore were cousins. I did'nt know Glenn was ill. 

I will keep Maxine and family in my prayers for comfort and support at this time of loss. God bless and guide you always.

I used to have an office at Emmanuel Church and saw Glenn regularly during those 5-6 years. He was quite a gentleman and such a kind man. He will be missed. I keep all who knew Glenn in my prayers for comfort and support at this time of loss and grief.

What a wonderful man, friend & neighbor. He will be missed by all. Our thoughts & prayers are with Maxine and his family.