Glen Hergenrider was born December 4, 1941 in Belfry, MT in a log cabin. He was the son of Alex and Katherine Hergenrider. He was blessed with growing up on a farm and learning the simple, but hard work of country livings. He graduated high school.
After college, he went on to be a surveyor, working for Christian Springs. He was very involved with the development of Yellowtail Dam and also worked on several missile sites across the state. Due to a hereditary eye disease and the loss of vision, he no longer could stay in that field.
He then went on to purchase his own farm between Belfry and Bridger, MT. He raised cattle and grew hay, barley, beans , and beets in Carbon County. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, family, and a good joke.
He courageously battled cancer twice, and all the aftershock from treatment for 5 years. He lost the battle February 14, 2017
He was preceded in death by his parents and a grandson, Justin Toland.
He is survived by the love of his life, Maureen Kotar, brother Randy (Rogene) Hergenrider, sister Marjorie (Joe)Carey, daughter Veronique Toland, two grandchildren; Misty (Guy) Warner, and Adam Toland, three great-granddaughters that he adored; Amariah, Ally, and Stepheniah Warner, and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held 10:00am Saturday February 25th at the Belfry Cemetery