of Mountain View, AR
September 14, 1947 - November 18, 2021
Glen Alvin Schneider, age 74, of Mountain View, Arkansas, passed away Thursday, November 18, 2021, at the VA Hospital in Little Rock. Glen was born to Alvin and Amelia Bauerlein Schneider on September 14, 1947, in San Antonio, Texas. Glen was a member of the Walter Moore Masonic Lodge Chapter #525 and enjoyed working on his farm. Glen is survived by his wife of 52 years, Rose Carter Schneider; son, Glen Dale Schneider; brother, Allen Lee Neal of Texas; grandson, Evan Glen Schneider; great-grandson, Floyd Glen Schneider; a host of nieces and nephews; and several friends and family members. Glen was preceded in death by his parents and brother, Carol Wayne (Butch) Neal. A graveside service will be Saturday, November 20, 2021, 12:00 PM, at Case/East Richwoods Cemetery with Brother Larry Howard officiating. Pallbearers will be Afton Fletcher, Jimmy Carter, Andy Carter, Jim Rodgers, Cody Rodgers, and Ryan Carter. Honorary pallbearers are Lee Arnold, Brian McClung, Roger Wilson, and Larry Stewart.
Rose, Glen Dale, Evan Glen, and Floyd Glen I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap His Loving arms around you all and and allow the memories you have of Mr. Glen comfort you during you time of grief.
I'm Sorry for y'alls loss I will be Praying for Y'all
Gary and I are so sorry to hear about Glen. May God bless his family.
Aunt Rosie, Dale, & Evan I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Glen! He was always 1 of my favorites!! He was always so excited when I could come to see you all!!! So glad I had a relationship growing up into my 30s with him!! Was trying so hard to make it. Was super sad I couldn't! I Love and miss you all dearly! I will be flying for free again so I will be around more again!♥Hoping to come after the new year! Take care and God Bless! Much Love!
Our thoughts & prayers go out to , sorry to hear of Glenn passing. Our hearts go out for you all. Larry & Wanda Sutton.
Rosie,I’m sorry for your loss. Glen was a good guy. We always enjoyed our time with you up on the mountain. He was a hard worker and fellow Vietnam veteran. I’m glad I got to meet him and spend time together when we were there those few times. Again so sorry. R.I.P. Soldier,everyone is going to miss you. Cousin Bill Locke.
Rose, I am so sorry to learn about Glen. The road is not an easy one. Please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May God wrap His Loving arms around you all and comfort you during this time. May God Bless you all.Joanie Younger
WORKED FOR GLEN IN HIS WOOD SHOP FOR A LITTLE WHILE, GREAT MAN TO KNOW
We are so sorry to hear about Glen. Our prayers are with you all.
Rose & family so very sorry for your loss prayers
Our deepest sympathies and thoughts are with you. From your cousins from Australia
Jon and I are very sorry for your loss....
I'd like to let Mrs. Rose and all of Mr. Schneider's family know that I appreciate Mr. Glen's service to our country in Vietnam.
Sorry for your loss
So, so sorry. Praying for you all.
Sis Rose we are so sorry, Larry and I loved Bro Glen and we love you. We know you are missing a huge piece of your heart. Praying for you all.