Glen L. Doherty - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Glen L. Doherty

March 1, 1959 - August 7, 2019

          Glen L Doherty, age 60, of Newark, DE, passed away on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, surrounded by his loving family.

          Born in Prentice, MS on March 1, 1959, he was a son of Evelyn (Barnes) Doherty the late Otis L. Doherty.  Glen worked for Siemens as a computer technician.

          Music was a big part of Glen’s life and he enjoyed playing guitar and composing music.  With his love of music and dedication to his faith, he led one of the first contemporary worship teams at Ogletown Baptist Church for many years.  Throughout his entire life he was a hobby train enthusiast.  In his later years, he pursued painting landscapes, building models of muscle cars and was an avid golfer.

          Glen is survived by his mother, Evelyn Doherty; loving wife of 37 years, Cheryl Doherty; brothers, David Doherty (Chaille), Bryan Doherty (Dawn) and Wayne Doherty (Sheila McCann); and many nieces and nephews.

          A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 am until 11 am on Saturday, August 24, 2019, at Ogletown Baptist Church, 316 Red Mill Road, Newark, DE 19713, where a memorial service will begin at 11 am.  Interment will be held privately.

          In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Glen’s memory to Ogletown Baptist Church, Benevolence Fund, at the address listed above.


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  • So sorry for your loss. Keeping your family in prayer

  • Evelyn and family, with our deepest sympathies in the loss of your loved one, Glen. May he rest in peace.
    May his memory forever be in your hearts.
    With love,
    Terry and Sharon Smith
    (Ruby and Carl Smith’s son and daughter-in-Law

  • Rest in peace. You’re in God’s hands now — completely healed.

  • I am so sorry. Oh the fond memories I have of our childhood. From the massive train projects at your home on Pyles Drive to the calling out in Church by Rev. Doherty when Glen and I had more important things to talk about during church, lol and then the general mischief that kids just get into.Kelly and I are lifting you and your family up in prayer, praying that our God will wrap HIS blanket of comfort around you all in the days and weeks ahead. I will, as I know you all will cherish those fond memories that will forever live in my and your hearts.

  • Glenn was an affectionate individual . Remembering the youth group get togethers with Ogletown Baptist Church and many other churches. Glenn would get out his beloved guitar and start his medley of songs, many humorous. Within a second everyone was sitting around him listening and laughing ! Thanks Glenn for the wonderful memories ! It’s time to sing with the Angels !

  • Cheryl & Family…I am so sorry to hear of Glen’s death. You are in my prayers ❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🥰💕👆 Judy Acord French

  • Evelyn and family, We are so sad to read about the passing of your precious loved one. I know how you all will miss him. Do know that our love and prayers are with you today and in the days ahead.

  • To Cheryl, Evelyn, and family. So sorry to hear about Glen’s passing. Be comforted by knowing where he is and who he is with.

  • It was such a joy to serve on Ogletown’s Worship Team with Glen for almost 10 years. His musical talent was inspiring and dry wit could always make me smile. He will surely be missed. But I am glad to know his body has now been restored to full health as he stands beside our Savior.

  • We have fond memories of Glenn and he blessed so many of us with his music and his great humor. Our love, thoughts and prayers especially to his beautiful mother and precious wife. Love, Jim & Daphne

  • Dear Evelyn, Cheryl, and the rest of the Doherty family. I was saddened to hear of Glenn’s passing but thankful to know he is with the Lord and in a new perfect body. Bless you all in this time of loss. I will always remember Glenn’s sweet music with the contemporary group
    at that time. I wish we had some of that on video. God bless you all

    Steve Crawford