of Flippin, AR
December 12, 1954 - July 28, 2023
Glen "Maxy" E. Macumber, 68, of Flippin, Arkansas passed away July 28, 2023. He was born in Mayfield, California in Los Angeles County December 12, 1954 to Charles Junior and Gladys Faye Macumber. He was raised on Highway 14S on the banks of the Buffalo River. He attended and graduated from Yellville Summit School and recently attended his 50th year school reunion with some of the best classmates and friends who ever graced the halls of that school.He is survived by his wife, Cheryl Sue Beaver Macumber; his sons, Brett Kyle Macumber (Amanda) and Derek Ashley Macumber (Juan) and his grandchildren, Drew Bentley, Brooklyn Sky and Zaylee Marie. His family grew with his marriage to Cheryl; Skipper Dawn McCormick (Kent), Andrew Floyd Phillips (Stephanie), Reginald Euland Ulman, Beau Isaac Greenhaw (Katlynn) and grandchildren, Andrew Quinn, Jordan Lucas, Daniel Kyle, Zalia Dawn, Joshua Bratton, Conley Jaden, Mykal Kaleb, Lydia Brooke, Caydon James, Mykaila Kinley, Holdon Floyd, Mardracus Isaac, Jordan Andrew, Mykizik Kane, Kambri Mya, Ryder Inman (coming soon) and a great grandson coming soon. He is also survived by his sister, Dianne Wade and his mother-in-law, Sue Beaver Jackson; his first wife, Teri Reed Macumber; numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and very dear friends who were like brothers.He was preceded in death by his parents; Teri's mother, Peggie; Cheri's father, Lynn; brothers-in-law, Keith Wade and Cloyd Passmore; granddaughters, Jaden Lee and Taryn Gayle and other loved ones that were forever a part of his heart.A Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date where we would love to hear your memories of Glen.In lieu of flowers and food, an account has been created at Anstaff Bank (all locations) to receive contributions in memory of Glen (Maxy) Macumber through the Yellville Summit Class of 1972 for a specific memorial purchase or scholarship.Roller-Burns Funeral Home in Yellville
So sorry for your loss....I spent a lot of time around Maxey back in the day.....he played softball for my dad, Bo Wood, for many years and a lot of good teams....we had a lot of fun back then. Dad just turned 90 and we talk about those times a lot. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Glen was the best brother in law I could have ever had! My heart goes out to everyone involved, but especially my nephews Brett and Derek! We will have a hole in our family that can never be filled! Sending love and prayers to all!
Thank you Glen, my brother, for being such a loyal and loving friend. Your love, caring and kindness for my sister, her children, and my family will always be a treasure in my heart. I will definitely miss your sweet concern and sage advice and hearing that one of a kind chuckle and laugh. But I am thankful that you are in the arms of your Savior. Enjoy those streets of gold you good and faithful servant!
Glen was like a father to me. He educated and grew me in life, and business. I am at a loss for words. I send condolences to the entire family.
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thought and prayers go out.to you and the family.
May the constant love of family and friends soften the sadness, may cherished memories bring moments of comfort, may peace surround grieving hearts. Not one mean bone in his body. The ideal man of a loving marriage, of a father, a family member and friend.My endless love and deepest condolences.
If you ever need to talk or cry, Iâ€™m hear to listen and pray! I know how it is to lose a husband. Contact me thru FB or messenger. Praying for you!
Cheryl and family, I pray the Lord will provide you comfort during this difficult time. So glad we had a chance to enjoy ourselves for that week in Florida with Derek and Juan. I know Glen really enjoyed himself. I hope all the happy times in your life hold strong in your memory. â¤ï¸ðŸ™
Glen will be greatly missed. So glad to have been able to reconnect last year during the lead up and during our class reunion. My condolences to the family. The Lord give you comfort. I will look forward to hearing the date for the celebration of "Maxy's" life.
Cheryl, I am sending prayers of comfort to you and your family. So sorry for your loss.
One of the best bosses I ever had. Truly cared about everyone who worked for him. Will miss him dearly My heart goes out to the family.
My heart breaks at this news. I didn't grow up with my cousin Glen but saw him every year when my family visited. I loved spending time with him. Mischievous and funny as a child, Smiling and friendly as a man. He had a way about him that just made a person feel good. I was in Flippin the week before he passed but didn't want to drop in unannounced. I wish I had called. Rest In Paradise
He was my step dad but he treated me like his son he loved me like his own he believed in me and he invested in me he taught me a lot that made me who I am he would tell anyone who wanted advice if you are going to do a job do it to your fullest and don't quit till your done at your best I'll miss you Glen and I won't forget your love and lessons thank you
Our hearts are very heavy as we heard of the news about our dear friend Glen. Glenn and I work together since the late 1980s as route sales drivers milk and ice cream both hours upon hours side by side growing up in the business as time went on glenn moved up as supervisor and then eventually into management and then into his management his position at fayetteville I was so proud to know of that when he went to fayetteville because glenn was the same to me as the first day I met him a true friend he was always there to listen. He always wanted to know how my family was doing basically before anything else then we would get into the discussions about the business the goods and the bads but in the end that smile that never wavered was always there and he'd say little buddy you just come back and talk to me anytime you need to that never went away I knew the opportunity was always there. My sincere prayers and thoughts are with his family now as they miss him so much . Thank you for sharing him with us. Clay Harmon Sfld.rt.sales driver
He was a classic. Just a good friend , condolences to the family. He will be missed. Prayers to all the family.
God be with u always. Friends are here for you. So very sorry life for him ended this way. God Bless
I had the pleasure to work with Glenn for several years. He was the kindest gentlest soul and was always fair to everyone. He will be sorely missed.
The best papa in the world, I love you forever.
I didn't know Glen very well. He was married to my cousin Cheryl. I do know he was a kind and loving man and will be loved and missed by all.
So sorry to here about Glen. My mom work at Dari Inn in yellville I remember glen in their always telling jokes teasing making everyone laugh. That was the hang out for kids after school. I pray God gives the family peace at this sorrowful time. Praying for all of you.
I had great respect for Glen. He was a man of his word and was the best boss I had ever worked for. I know he will be missed very much by so many.
May he have peace in Heaven with restored body an spirit.
So sorry to hear about Glen. He was a great boss who became a wonderful friend. I will miss talking to him.
No words can express what I am feeling. When I have my happiest memories of my childhood, Glen is in them - playing at our house and our Grandparentsâ€™ house, starting school together and even our graduation. I am so grateful that I got to visit with him in May. My most sincere condolences to all his family! I love you all! Gaydene Still Rae