Glenn Allen Belote

September 2, 1933 - December 10, 2010

Glenn Allen Belote, age 77, of Frisco passed away December 10, 2010. He was born on September 2, 1933 in Houston, Texas to Anna (Drapela) and Leon Belote. On September 24, 1982, Glenn married Linda Wiesmann in Richmond, Texas. Glenn is survived by his wife, Linda Wiesmann Belote of Frisco, Texas; daughters, Kimberly Noyce and her husband, Peter Noyce of Leicestershire, England, Deborah Tracy of Conroe, Texas; grandchildren, Christopher Hendley, Blake Hendley, Heather Hughes, and Alexis Ready; sister-in-law, Marylouise Fairgrieve and her husband, Jim of Sun City West, Arizona; nephews, Jeff Belote, James Belote, and Greg Belote. Glenn is preceded in death by his parents; brother, Leon Belote; sister, Mickey Friend. A Remembrance Gathering will be held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Frisco on Monday, January 3, 2011 from 6:00 until 8:00 P.M. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Lewy body Dementia Association, Inc. The web site address is: There is a link to make a donation by mail or on-line.

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Hey, Big Bro-- I always wanted a big brother. Little Helen and Ray did not oblige, but Lil' Sis brought you into my life, for which I will ever be thankful! You have left us too soon; however, we have wonderful memories of times with you. We will watch over Linda, but you and the folks, with God's help, will do a much better job from above. Love ya always--Lou Lou and Jimbo Marylou and Jim Fairgrieve, January 8, 2011 Mr. Glenn and Linda have been a wonderful neighbor and became family friend since I moved to Frisco. A kind man who always extended his help and kindness to us. We will miss him in the neighborhood! May God ease Linda's pain through this very difficult time. Heidi Heidi Fazeli, January 3, 2011 Linda, You are in my thoughts and prayers at this time. Thinking of you, sunshine Sunshine (Pat) Kroll, January 2, 2011 Glenn, thanks for being my friend and thanks for your help and guidance while I was in Baytown in 1957/1958. Jerry Krueger, January 2, 2011 Dear Linda, I know that you will always remember all the happy memories that you and Glenn shared. He is now an angel helping God care for all people. Our prayers remain with you. Love, Kathy and Frank Baker Frank & Kathy Baker, December 31, 2010 We didn't know Glenn very long, but he was an absolute joy while we did know him. We'll remember him with love always. Linda, be strong! Rosemary & Joe Johnson, December 20, 2010 Linda, God sees your sorrow. He knows your pain. Remember, great things are in store Glenn, things we cannot image, things God has prepared for him. There is great joy and celebration just on the other side. Margaret and Mark Trojacek, December 20, 2010 Linda, to know Glenn was to love him and we did. Just sorry you and he never got to Callender Lake so he and Gerald could "catch the big one". Just know you have many friends who are remembering you in thought and prayers.May God's Grace bring you comfort in the days ahead. With our deepest sympathy and love, The Kesler family Sara Ann Kesler, December 17, 2010 We never had the pleasure of meeting your Dad Kim and Tracy but we know what kind of women you turned out to be and that says alot about him. We know this was so hard on all of you and we wish we could have been with you to hold you. I am here anytime you need me. I love you all. Heaven has given another angel his wings. In His Love, Kristi Bob and family Kristi Bob and family Morrison, December 15, 2010