September 17, 2016
He was born March 25, 1936 in Canton, Connecticut, son of Ernest and Gladys Girard Hudon. After graduating high school, Glenn moved to Alexandria Bay to work at Adventure Town. He also took blacksmithing at Cornell University. He was a certified blacksmith, loved Appaloosa horses, and was involved with many horse lovers in the area.
He married Susan Edick on September 21, 1956 in Alexandria Bay. His death came 4 days prior to their 60th wedding anniversary.
He was a rural carrier at for the United States Postal Service in Alexandria Bay for over 30 years.
Glenn loved all animals, but especially horses. At his farm, the “Horseshoe Ranch”, a variety of animals came and went, including a herd of longhorn cattle.
Besides his wife Susan, he is survived by his five children and their spouses, Mrs. John (Teri) Bruno, Camillus, Mrs. Michael (Julie) Chavoustie, Alexandria Bay, Mrs. Paul (Renee) Heath, Redwood, Brian and wife Jessie, Alexandria Bay, and Bruce and wife Kim, Burrville, a sister, Zana Tauro, and 8 grandchildren, Mitchel, Andree and Graham Chavoustie, Jason Heath, Kiah and Taylor Hudon and Dylan and Garrett Hudon.
The family will receive friends and celebrate Glenn’s life, at the family farm on Rt. 12, Saturday, September 24th, from 1-5 pm.
Memorial donations may be made to the Alexandria Bay Fire Department, Hospice of Jefferson County, or Wildlife Rehabilitation, c/o Sue Rynn, Wellesley Island, NY.