In Memory

Harvey Glen Keefer

Date of Death:  February 13, 2021 (64 yrs old)

Cause of Death:  unknown 


Obituary for Harvey Glen Keefer

Glen Keefer, 64 years old, passed away February 13,2021

Harvey Glen Keefer was born February 21,1956 to Harvey and Willie Keefer at Landstuhl Army Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany.

Glen had a love for music and a passion for serving the Lord. In the late 90's, Glen felt the Lords calling into ministry as a worship leader, a call he took very seriously. In over 20 years in the ministry, Glen led worship and various music programs at 4 churches here locally. Never leaving his hometown, turning it into his personal mission field. Glen was currently serving at Tanglewood Baptist Church, a church that became a home to him and Pat, and a congregation that became family.

Glen Loved his family and enjoyed spending his free time with them. He always enjoyed playing 42 with his parents and Pat, driving to the hill country to look at wild flowers, going to the cabin in Ruidoso and just sitting around watching M*A*S*H with his grandkids. Glen really loved Christmas . He loved the story of our Saviors birth and the Awe that it created. He loved putting up decorations, listening to carols, watching his grandkids open their presents, enjoying a hallmark movie or 12 and setting up his Christmas Village, HappyTown. A name given to his village by its first mayor, adopted son David Chapman.

Glen was employed at Commercial Foods Services and would have celebrated 19 years there this June. Glen loved working for the Brown Family and enjoyed his time spent with them. Over the years, the Browns became more like family, and his customers became his friends.

Glen is survived by his parents, Harvey and WIllie, of Odessa, his wife of 32 years Pat, of Odessa, his sister, Debbie Mouser and husband Tommy of Boise,Idaho. Son, Bradley Keefer and wife, Katie of Savannah, Ga, granddaughter Abgayl, of Mobil, Al, Grandson, Elijah of Savannah, Ga
Nephew, Benjamin Mouser and wife Gennifer of Boise,Idaho and nieces Karen Lee and husband Greg of Conroe, Tx and Nancy Baker and husband James of Amelia,Ohio.

Services will be held at 10:00 am on February 22,2021 at Tanglewood Baptist Church in Odessa,Texas with Pastor Lyndel Lee leading the memorial