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1967 Glenn 2022

Glenn E. Hannon

January 26, 1967 — April 24, 2022

Born into a career Navy family on Jan 26, 1967, in Kittery ME, Glenn’s early childhood was spent moving between the cities of Charleston, SC; Bel Air, MD; San Francisco, CA; and New Orleans, LA before settling with his family in Portsmouth, RI at the age of nine years old.

Glenn attended Portsmouth High School from 1981 to 1985 where he was a goal-driven student athlete who lettered in football as a Quarterback, basketball as a Guard, and baseball as a Pitcher. Always generous with a fun-loving demeanor, he made friends easily, and quickly established relationships which endured for the duration of his life. 

Upon graduation, Glenn chose to attend the University of Maine where he studied Business and Finance. He walked on as a freshman for the NCAA Division I Maine Black Bears and was a standout Pitcher all four years.  

Glenn started his career in Washington, DC as a public servant with the federal government at the Small Business Administration immediately following graduation in 1989. His entire career was spent helping entrepreneurs establish small businesses, allowing them to thrive. 

Glenn met the love of his life, Naghmeh Tayebe in 2000 and wasted little time ‘closing the deal.’ They were married in a beautiful ceremony surrounded by family and friends in 2002, and settled in Bowie MD. In 2004, Naghmeh and Glenn were thrilled to welcome their only child, a son, Brady Edward. 

Brady loved all sports, just like his father, and the two were inseparable, spending countless hours watching, studying, practicing, and playing sports of all kinds. However, baseball was always first and foremost for both men. Given Glenn’s talent and generous nature, he volunteered countless hours for the development of young players. Most remember the life lessons and pearls of wisdom he shared, as much as, if not more than, the baseball instruction. Over the years, Glenn’s coaching and mentorship positively impacted many programs and players across the DMV region.   

Glenn passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday, April 24, 2022, at the age of 55 due to natural causes. He is survived by his wife, Naghmeh; son, Brady; mother, Carol; father, Edward; sister, Holly Kinkeade and her son, Angus; sister, Regan Armstrong, her husband, Richard and their children Jacob, Hunter, and Abby, as well as their grandson, Kane. Additionally, he is survived by loved ones, Parvin, his mother-in-law; father-in-law, Houshang Nikfar; sister-in-law, Shahrzad Loghmani, her husband Siamak, and their children, Nelli and Arya. 

A 10 am funeral mass is scheduled for Thursday, May 19, 2022, at:

Sacred Heart Church              

16501 Annapolis Road

Bowie Maryland 20715

 

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