Glen McKinney

of New Deal, TX

April 11, 1949 - July 11, 2021


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Glen Edward McKinney of New Deal passed away on Sunday, July 11, 2021, at the age of 72. He as born April 11, 1949, in Atkins, Arkansas to Glen B. and Kathleen (Price) McKinney. Glen worked for the Lubbock County Sheriff’s Office for more than 14 years before retiring. He was an avid Texas Tech fan and collector of trains and coins. Glen was also passionate about his family and spending as much time with them as he could.

Those left to cherish his memory are his children, Tanasha Swank and husband Jesse of New Deal and BeLinda Price and husband Chad of McKinney; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

Glen was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Lynne in 2015; and son, Russell in 2011.

Private memorial services are scheduled for Friday, July 16, 2021.

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Wendy Samples Lett
Tuscaloosa, AL
Friday, July 16, 2021

You taught me discipline, teamwork, how to be a young woman of integrity. You came into my life at a time that I most needed a strong male father figure, to help set me on the right path instead of the one I was trying to go down. I disliked you at that time for being strict. But through the years I worshipped you for it. Ty for being my dad. The definition of StepDad: An ordinary person who has stepped up to raise a child to protect, provide, offer guidance and to be a friend.

"Being a real parent isn't in the DNA it's in the heart".
I will Always Love You. You will be Truely Missed. Till we meet again. Say Hello to Mom and Russell for me. Give them a big hug and kiss from me.
Love, Wendy
One of your baby girls.

Tanasha swank
New deal,
Thursday, July 15, 2021

As the days pass and the nights too. I want you to know that my heart breaks for you. I love you daddy . You was the first man I loved. Also strong wise and brave. But now that you are with Jesus I don't know how to be I miss you so much. Wishing I could turn back the clock or wipe away all the pain and illnesse you had to live forever. I know that is selfish of me but what I wouldn't give for one more day with you.

Remember the time you , Jesse and I had to.work that texas tech game for 7 /11. We cooked all those pineapple cheese burgers. Tech won that day. We had a ball being there until midnight.
You taught me that family is everything and to love them all the time. You are truly missed. May God and you watch over me.

I love you forever and always.

julia and jason short
Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, July 14, 2021

We are so sorry to hear about your father are prayers are with you and the family we love ya verry much