Glenn S. Kimball

Glenn S. Kimball


Glenn S. Kimball, 60, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at Porter Medical Center in Middlebury.

He was born on March 7, 1961 in Middlebury, Vermont, the son of Wayne and Janet (Barnes) Kimball.

Glenn is survived by his loving wife, Kelley of Vergennes and their beloved dog, Bella. During their 32 years together, they were the best of friends who always appreciated each other. Their marriage was filled with kindness, respect and love. 

Glenn spent over 30 years working at Vermont Mechanical in Williston, Vt. During those years, Glenn assumed many roles including Senior Project Manager, Estimator and Department Manager. He was an integral part of the Company’s success over those years. Several years ago, Glenn decided it was time to turn his long-time hobby of woodworking and cabinet making into a full-time occupation and started his own business, Brothers Handyman Service, LLC. which he thoroughly enjoyed.  He was always happy to help family, friends and customers. He was a “true shirt off your back guy”.

In addition to his wife, Kelley, Glenn is also survived by his sons, Jason Kimball of Burlington and Joel (Crystal) Kimball of Burlington, his parents, Wayne and Janet Kimball of Waltham, his grandchildren, Celisse, Austin, Jasper and Jayden, his siblings, Robin (Robert) Rheaume of Stratford, NH, Randall (Patricia) Kimball of Williston, Dea (Albert) Kimball of Forestdale and Michele (Victor) Cyr of Ripton as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. 

Visiting hours will be held on Friday, March 11th from 6 to 8 p.m. at Brown-McClay Funeral Home, 48 S. Maple Street in Vergennes. A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 12th at St. Peter’s Catholic Church, 85 S. Maple Street in Vergennes. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Glenn’s memory  may be made to the American Diabetes Association at Glenn’s wife and family are asking everyone to please join us safely by wearing masks during the visiting hours and the Mass.

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Carmen Douglas
2 years ago

Glenn was the most considerate and reliable contractor I have ever used. He updated my old farmhouse in the past year from bathrooms to replacing my back deck. We became good friends Always kind and a great sense of humor. Sending condolences to Kelley and his family and friends. I miss him very much

Patricia Fenn Clark
2 years ago

Patricia Fenn Clark

Wanted to send a message to Wayne, Janet and family. It is a big loss losing Glenn. I am Della Fenn’s daughter Patricia. I enjoyed Glenn’s company when he would come visit when I was selling apples after school at the packing house. I work with Glenn’s neighbors in Vergennes. Scott and Kip. Hearing them talk about enjoying his company was nice. They will miss him like so many others. It was nice having you all for neighbors years ago. Thinking of you and take care.

Ellen Fenn Smith
2 years ago

So sorry to hear about Glenn. My thoughts and prayers go out to his wife Kelley and all of his family and friends. A lot of good memories growing on up on 116 with you all. May God be with you always.

Dorothy Fenn Foley
2 years ago

My condolences for the family. I am Dorothy Fenn Foley. I live in Kentucky now. When I was younger, we lived next to Wayne and Janet. I remember Glenn coming over to visit. He was very inquisitive and a joy to visit with.

Amy Poirier
2 years ago

Glenn had the gift of a great memory and would often remind us of adventures and experiences that we thought were lost. He was forever the considerate friend who remembered a birthday or another event that would bring meaning to the day. It was always good to know that you could pick up the phone and he would answer, no matter how long it had been. You will be missed, Glenn, but we promise to continue to tell your story. To your children and dearest Kelley, please accept my deepest sympathy and love.

Jodie Brileya
2 years ago

My heart is heavy for all Glen’s family and friends. Though I have not seen Glen since high school I remember him as Dea’s sweet brother. Dea was so proud of her brother’s carpentry talent and the pieces he made for her. I am sorry for your loss of him. May you all find comfort in your memories. Love and hugs, Jodie

Carmen Stevers
2 years ago

Uncle Wayne and Aunt Janet and family,

My condolences and love to all.

Kathleen and David
2 years ago

We met Glenn in November when he did a couple of small jobs for us. He was so kind and thoughtful, and had great fun with our puppy. We were shocked to hear of his death, and send our deepest condolences to his friends and family. Obviously, he was a special guy.

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