Glenn Boyd Hassell

Glenn Boyd Hassell

December 24, 1947 - September 7, 2020

Glenn Boyd Hassell, 71, died Monday, September 7, 2020 at home being cared for by his wife following a brief illness. He is survived by his wife Mandy and his children Laura Rinner, Travis Nicholson, and Samantha Nicholson as well as his grandchildren Makayla and Andrew Rinner Jr. He is also survived by his older brother Kenneth Hassell. Born and raised in Rusk, Texas and preceded in death by his parents RL and Frances Hassell. He graduated from Rusk High School and attended Sam Houston State University. Glenn had a passion for photography, family and animals. Glenn worked for many years in the retail field and supervised many retail outlets. A celebration of life will be held for Glenn on September 26, 2020 at First Baptist Church of Spring Forest in Spring, Texas at 11:00 a.m.


Sep 26
Memorial service

Saturday, 11:00 AM -12:00 PM

First Baptist Church of Spring Forest

22703 Aldine Westfield Rd, Spring, TX 77373

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    Back in school during baseball practice I would catch for Glenn warming him up. Behind us at the field was a berry patch. About every tenth or so throw Glenn would throw it wild and the ball would end up in the berry patch. It would take us about 10 minutes to find the ball plus picking some berries to eat . He said it helped him throwing the ball. I guess it worked. We had lots of laughs over that.. RIP my friend.
    Roger McCrary Sep 17, 2020
    Hopefully, Glenn got a chuckle from “Moms” courtesy of autocorrect. Actually, back in the day he and everyone else called me Mina B.
    Mina Echols Harris Sep 13, 2020
    My memories of Glenn revolve around the fun years of high school and sports. That quiet demeanor fooled many a batter when he let that baseball fly. Happy memories! My heartfelt sympathy to all his family and friends.
    Moms Echols Harris Sep 12, 2020