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Obituary – Glenn A. Bagley

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Glenn A. Bagley

Bossier City, LA – Memorial services for Glenn A. Bagley, 56, will be at 1:30 pm Saturday, May 26, 2018 at Rose-Neath Funeral Home Southside Chapel in Shreveport. Visitation begins at 12:30. Officiating will be his very close friend, Jeff Bowman of Austin, TX.
A graveside service will be held immediately after the funeral at Centuries Memorial Park.

Glenn was born in Shreveport on July 20, 1961 to Carolyn Prothro (Bagley) Broughton and Donnell P. Bagley. He was a 1979 graduate of Northwood High School and served in the U.S. Navy, being stationed in England for a time. A resident of Bossier City, Glenn was the owner and CEO of Pinnacle Physicians Services, LLC., a medical billing company.

Having been a champion show jumper in his youth, he had a lifelong love for horses, was involved in Human Rights activism, and was a vivacious artist gifted with a beautiful voice and snarky sense of humor. Sadly,“The Sun’s Gone Down” on his life’s journeywhen he passed away suddenly from a heart attack in his home on Tuesday, May 22nd.

Glenn is predeceased in death by his grandparents, his brother Kyle Preston Bagley, stepfather Roy Clark Broughton, stepsister Maria Bagley, and his stepbrother Charles LaRoy Broughton Bishop.

Glenn is survived by his parents Carolyn Broughton of Shreveport, Donnell Bagley of Vivian and stepmother Teri Bagley; his sisters Sheila D. Bagley of Madison WI, Brandi C. Broughton Loyd of Mount Horeb WI, and Lisa R. Broughton McCollough of Mansfield LA; his brother Kevin Bagley of Stockton CA – and all of their fami-lies, including nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins too many to list.

His passing also leaves behind his ever-present, four-legged companion – a Chihuahua he named, “Queen Linda Suzie Bell Marie Antoinette the 2nd,” b e t t e r known as just, Suzie.
Pallbearers include: Steven McCollough, Russ Jones, Charlie Broughton, Sean Bagley, Kim Robbins-Bagley, and Robert Taylor.

Everyone cherished him and loved him dearly. We “love you, brother”, and already miss your caring heart!