Glen was born in Dallas on November 27, 1971. He passed away in Dallas on December 14, 2012 at age 41.
Glen was a good chess player at an early age and also enjoyed fishing and hunting. He had a way with animals and he and his twin sister taught the family cat to fetch like a dog. He had a remarkable talent for drawing lifelike birds and delicate butterflies. He could also draw beautiful flowers and grow them as well. During his employment at the Dallas Arboretum, he had some of the best looking plants and flower beds there, and had hopes of starting his own landscaping business one day. He loved to tinker with stuff, souping up cars or lawn mowers. He was funny and had a way of saying words or phrases that were hilarious. He was a good cook and his specialty was homemade apple pie.
Glen is survived by his mother and stepdad, Marilyn and Bob Culmer; his sister and brother-in-law, Kesha and Mark Cherry; his twin sister, Shonda Capritta; daughter, KaEllen Kennedy; long-time girlfriend, Misti Mitchell; children, Mikayla Glenn Mitchell, Jonathan Michael Mitchell and Jacob Patrick Mitchell; nephew, Cameron Capritta; and niece, Marleen Cherry. Glen was predeceased by his father, Frank W. Pearce, Jr.
Glen and his twin sister had a close and unique bond that was both loving and mischievous, being