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POLLOCK, Glenn William

May 26, 1954 — November 1, 2017

Glenn was born in Sudbury, Ontario, where he spent his school years.  He worked for Bell Canada and eventually took up a position with Xerox Canada in Terrace, BC.  He spent over 30 years in Terrace.   In their retirement Glenn and his wife Germaine moved to Kelowna to enjoy all that it had to offer.

Glenn was diagnosed with cancer in March 2015.  He was a fighter to the end, determined to live life to the fullest.  His family and friends meant a lot to him.  His life touched more people than he could ever have imagined.

He is survived by wife, Germaine Robertson; brothers, Tom (Jane) Pollock and Tim Pollock; step-mother, Margaret Pollock; sister-in law Barb (Mossop) Dagg; brother-in-law Brian Dagg; nieces Emily (Matt) Johnston, Shelby (Derrick) Shea, Katrina Pollock (Dylan); nephews Jeffrey Pollock, David (Natalie) Bulman, Stephen Bulman; and his many friends.

Glenn was predeceased by wife Nancy Mossop, mother Lenora Pollock, father Kenneth Pollock, and sister Penny Pollock.


I have lived and laughed

And did my best,

But now it’s time to rest.


Donations can be made to the Ostomy Canada Society Youth Camp, 5800 Ambler Drive, Suite 210, Mississauga ON L4W 4J4, to www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/15037 (please specify the donation is to the Youth Camp), or a charity of your choice.

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  • ken duffin says:

    So very sorry.Remember Glenn well. Enjoyed the few times,Tim,Tom,Greg& Glenn and I hunted together at Lost Channel.

  • Kerrie & Robert Reay says:

    Heartbreaking to hear of Glenn’s passing and to all of Glenn’s family and friends; may the memories of Glenn you hold dear to your heart give you comfort in this difficult time and in the days and months to come.

  • Dan and Connie Baker says:

    Glen will be missed greatly! You always had a big smile for me each time we met. Always a laugh to share. I raise my glass to you tonight and hope you are raising yours as well.

  • Ernie & Gloria Kuehne says:

    Sincere condolences to Germaine and Glenn’s family and friends. It was a pleasure having known Glenn; he had his own sense of humor……. we always enjoyed his company and had good times with him. He will be missed by many. He lived life to the fullest. Glenn, you fought long and hard, now it is time to Rest in Peace!

  • Gord Cormier says:

    My condolence to the family. I worked with Glenn in Sudbury at Bell Canada and for a while he was my mentor. He always brought a smile and had a great sense of humor and I always looked forward to a day working with Glenn. One memory of Glenn was coming back home after working for Bell in Saudi Arabia for 6 months. Glenn went and bought a new Camero and a new Trans AM. He later sold me the Trans AM so he could purchase property on a lake near buy. I knew Glenn, Tom, and Tim we all grew up in the small town of Lively. Nice family and fond memories. Sorry for your loss.


    I have known Glenn and his family since 1961, when our family moved to Lively. We were in the same class in grade school and shared many found memories at Fairbanks lake. Glenn moved to Terrace about the same time that our family moved to Kitimat. It wasn’t until later that we met at the Alcan smelter where Glenn was installing Xerox equipment. Glenn tragically lost his first love, Nancy, during an ATV outing in the local mountains. You were one of the good guys Glenn. You will be missed.

  • Frank Donahue says:

    Germaine, yet another tragic loss- so sorry there is no words to absolve your pain- but our thoughts are for you today.

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