January 16, 1948 ~ July 21, 2021

Born in: Owensboro, KY
Resided in: Daviess County, KY

Patricia Gail (Wathen) Glenn, 73, of Owensboro, Kentucky passed away at her home. She was born in Daviess County on January 16, 1948 to the late Charles Marvin and Mary Pauline (Thompson) Wathen. She was retired form Swedish Match after 37 years.

Along with her parents, Patricia was preceded in death by her brothers, Bill, Joe Ed, and Jim Wathen.

She is survived by her husband, of 52 years, Larry D. Glenn and two sons, Charles Michael Glenn and (Rebecca Riley Glenn); Stephen Matthew Glenn and (Ashley Payne Glenn); six grandchildren Eden (Jared) Brewington; Meaghan Glenn; Riley Glenn; Jenna Glenn; Gavin Glenn; Brody Glenn; siblings, Ann (Dick) Lewis; Brenda (Johnny) Phillips; Linda (Bob) Pinkston; Mary (Clarence) Hulsey; Jeannie (John) Glenn; David (Maria) Wathen.

Private visitation will be held Friday, July 23, 2021.

Haley McGinnis Funeral Home & Crematory is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mrs. Glenn. Share your messages of condolence with the family of Patricia Gail (Wathen) Glenn and sign her virtual guestbook by going to

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  1. I will miss Gail so very much. As children we used to go to Gail and Larry’s house often. Both are my first cousins. I loved her. She and all family are in my prayers and thoughts in this difficult time.
    She is an angel in Heaven now.

  2. I am so heartbroken, over Gails passing! We had some great fun & a lot of laughs over the years, working together! She was funny! Gail was a friend. Didn’t see her after retirement, but still a friend. She will be missed!💔🥲

  3. So sorry to hear about Gail. I enjoyed working with her & her sister, Brenda. Both had such a good sense of humor & so fun to work with. The family is in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Larry so sorry for your and the family are in my thoughts and prayers..

  5. “To Gail’s family and siblings.
    Sincere sympathy to each of you. Little did I know that the 4 years I worked at Pinkerton Tobacco (now Swedish Match) I would be working with the Wathen girls from Curdsville. We went to grade school together (Gail was younger and Brenda was older than me). We went to the same church (the Wathen family was the second from the back pew and my (Murphy) family sat in the 4th pew from the back.
    All wonderful memories and the stories we can tell! May God grant you spiritual peace during this sorrowful time. May Gail rest in Peace.”

  6. I have such great memories of hanging out at your house Aunt Gail. You were always so nice to me. And you always had the best records to play while I would babysit! I loved being at your house cause you always made me feel welcome. Fly high beautiful ange

  7. So sorry to hear of Gail’s passing, Sending love and prayers to all who loved her
    especially Steve, Ashley, Gavin and Brody.

    Mary and Richard Moore

  8. Mr. Larry, So very sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. Praying for you and your family during this difficult time.
    Love your neighbors
    Alex and JoAnna Krampe

  9. R.I.P Aunt Gail… you took me in as a foster child and I never thanked you. You treated me like one of your own.
    Your loving nephew,
    Mark Wathen

  10. Joe bill and Shirley Clayton. I remember all the years we worked together at Swedish match, Joe sends his prayers to Larry.

  11. We love you aunt gail….we know you are finally at peace and not in pain..even though it’s hard for all of us on this earth…until we meet again…love you forever and may you rest in peace….

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