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Glenn Michael Hanlin

August 28, 1957 – September 3, 2018

Glenn Michael Hanlin, affectionately known as “Mikey”, 61, of Statesville, NC went into his heavenly home on Monday, September 3, 2018 at Gordon Hospice House.

He was born on August 28, 1957 in Masontown, West Virginia to the late Alvin Hanlin Sr. and Mildred Hanlin. Glenn has lived with his sister Nadara Spangler, whom he lovingly called “Cissy” and her husband Chuck for the past 24 years in North Carolina.

Mikey was a special and very likeable person who had numerous friends. He attended Lifespan Enrichment Center for 10 years where he participated in the Special Olympics. He even won a trophy for bowling. Mikey also loved oldies music and especially loved listening to Elvis. He was also a member of Rocky Mount United Methodist Church.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Glenna Miller and Nelda Hanlin, and two brothers, Alvin Hanlin Jr. and Billy Hanlin.

Mikey is survived by four sisters, Alma Leavitt, Dorothy Menear, Nina Haskell, and Nadara Spangler and six brothers, Jimmy Hanlin, Dale Hanlin, Gary Hanlin, Bobby Hanlin, Kenny Hanlin and Darrell Hanlin.

A visitation will be held at Troutman Funeral Home Chapel on Thursday, September 6, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, September 7, 2018 at Rocky Mount UMC at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Georgianne Hartline officiating. A private family burial will be held at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Kingwood, WV at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Rocky Mount UMC 1739 Perth Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 or to Gordon Hospice House, 2341 Simonton Rd. Statesville NC 28625.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.troutmanfuneralhome.com. Troutman Funeral Home is entrusted with the local arrangements for Glenn Michael Hanlin.

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  1. Donna(Hanlin) Kemp wrote:

    Mikey, It was always a joy to spend my summers, with you,Grandma and Grandpa! I have such great memories of our time! I’m so grateful for the time we shared, I often think of you, when you came to stay with me in Alabama, and will never forget the look on your face, when you pulled in my driveway in the big rig! You were so excited to take that road trip!!! I will miss your laugh and smile! You were such a special person, you will be missed. Love you My sweet Mikey. You are with My sweet Grandma and Grandpa now, and knowing Grandma, you’re sitting in her lap and she is rocking you and hugging you tight. ( Oh how I miss that!) Give them all kisses and hugs for me, Rest In Peace my sweet Mikey !

    P.S. Give my Daddy a big kiss for me!

  2. Gary and Hazel Hanlin wrote:

    Mike, it’s too hard to say goodbye to a great brother and a good friend. We want to thank you for the time you gave us. We know you are happy to be with Mom and Dad. May God bless you and show you things beyond your wildest dreams. We love you and will miss you until we meet again.
    Gary and Hazel

  3. Nadara Spangler wrote:

    Mikey, I am so proud to be your Cissy. I love
    how in our pictures you always hold my hand. You are so very special, everyone loves you. You touched so many lives and made them smile. I know MOM and Dad are smiling now too. You are so very special. You are the best. I will always love you and miss you.
    Until we meet again, I love you, you are an Angel.

  4. Shirley Martin/Judy Overcash wrote:

    Mikey and Shirley – that was the couple of the century – From the first day that you came into LifeSpan, you were Shirley’s special friend. Shirley has a love for you that will always be there and so do I. You will always hold a spot in both our hearts. We love you still and you will be so missed. Rest in peace my little friend. We will all meet in Heaven one day…

  5. Chuck Spangler wrote:

    Mikey, I’m not sure where or how to start you brought so much joy to my life and everyone else that you met. You taught me that a disability is not the person with it but the person that views it that way. You have always been so special to me and the best brother-in-law, friend, and buddy a person could ever want. I am so honored to have been part of your life. Enjoy your new life, keep smiling and watch over us until we met again. May you be in piece and joy. Your Buddy Forever