Daniel Ari Glenn

Daniel Ari Glenn, 60, passed away the evening of July 28th, 2022, in Seabrook Texas of kidney cancer. He was born on July 6th, 1962, in Berlin Germany to Curtis and Gythe Glenn. The family moved to Great Falls, Virginia when he was a young child. The family then moved to Sweden, Demark, and Taiwan. They returned to the US where he spent his school-age years in McLean, Virginia, and attended Langley Highschool. He earned a BA and a Master of Public Administration at the College of Charleston University in South Carolina. He was a proud member of the Army’s first Cavalry Division for 6 years. Daniel worked for the Texas Workforce Commission Vocational Rehabilitation Services as a Vocational Rehabilitation Supervisor.

Survived by his wife Leslie; daughter, Madison, and stepdaughter Hanna her husband CJ, and his first granddaughter, Dani Elizabeth. His siblings Susan Robeck, and her husband Stephen, Phil Glenn and his wife Charlene, Loraine Goeller and her husband Jimmy as well as their families. His in-laws, Warren and Patricia Bacala, brothers-in-law; Scott, Jimmy, Chris, and Chris’s wife Deirdre, as well as many beloved nephews and friends. Also, his son Jonny from his previous marriage.

He was an enthusiastic American who loved to support locals as well as American-made products. He loved art, nature, animals, and the beach. He also enjoyed doing impressions of his favorite celebrities. Danny’s celebration of life will be held on August 20th at 4 pm at the Seabrook Community House, 1210 Anders Ave, Seabrook Texas 77586. Instead of flowers, the family would appreciate gift card donations.


  1. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of Danny’s family. He was such a wonderful, kind hearted friend. Danny has left lasting memories to all of us at TWC – Vocational Rehab Division, but most importantly, he changed so many lives. Danny will never be forgotten.

    Monica Falcon
  2. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. Danny is missed very much and I will cherish the brief time I was able to work with him.

    Jennifer Bridgeford
  3. Daniel “Danny” was a great leader at TWC- Vocational Rehabilitation Services. He was passionate about assisting people with disabilities. Danny was well respected by his staff for being personable, caring, and fair. He liked to have fun and enjoyed his work. Danny’s contribution to us a VR Professionals and friends will make an impact forever. God bless you Daniel Glenn. May the Lord bless you and keep you. May he make his face shine upon you and give you peace.

    Susan C Lindsey
  4. I first met Danny when he and my niece Leslie came to New Iberia, La. many years ago. Danny and I established a friendship and a bond immediately. We enjoyed each other’s company. Danny was family and I loved him. He will never be forgotten and I thank him for all the good memories he left so many people and all that he accomplished in his lifetime. God Bless you, Danny!

    Kevin Bacala
  5. Danny was my mentor and leader in the operations of the Pelican’s Nest neighborhood organization. I so wish he could be here when his father will join the other heroes in Arlington, VA. I miss him terribly. God bless you Danny, your friend, Bob Duncan.

    Bob Duncan

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