Roger Post

Obituary of Roger Glenn Post

Glenn Post, 72 of Niles passed away on Friday, January 28, 2022 in St. Joseph, Michigan, of natural causes. He was born in South Bend, Indiana to the late Roger E. and Helen M. (Dombrowski) Post. Glenn graduated from Brandywine High School, class of 1974. After graduating, he went on to pursue a career in Technical Manufacturing. He worked at Toefco Manufacturing in Niles and then Crown Manufacturing in Elkhart. There, he practiced the art of coating technology for industrial purposes. In obtaining these types of skills, Glenn became proficient in not only his professional career, but also his personal life. He liked to keep his things in excellent shape. For example, he loved classic cars and always had his own car in immaculate condition. He would spend much of his time working on them to make sure they stayed in the condition he knew how to maintain. When Glenn wasn’t working, he enjoyed spending time with his brothers and his good friend Dan. They all kept each other in line, and always knew how to have a good time. Glenn missed his brothers dearly. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Jerry & Jeffrey Post. Glenn is survived by many special friends including, Dan (Tina) Horak of Niles. A private interment will take place at Silverbrook Cemetery where Glenn will be laid to rest alongside of his family. Memorial contributions may be made in Glenn’s memory to the Center for the Homeless, located in South Bend, Indiana. Memories of Glenn may be shared with his family at Arrangements have been entrusted to Brown Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Niles.
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