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I sorry to report that Glen Wren, aka Soaring, has died. Here is a portion of the message I got from an in-law.
"It's bad news I'm sorry to say. Our dear friend Glen Wren passed away Sunday morning at the hospital. He had a combination of liver and lung difficulties. Ada was with him. Their son Matt was up here planning to make a new start in life; house hunting and making plans as such. He just left for Texas within the hour. He's driving back.
"Well, that's all I know. I told Matt "God must be getting an ear full right about now." I think I got him to smile a little."

My sincere condolences to Glens family and the forum. Glen spent alot of time helping and organizing this forum it will be a great loss for all. We didn't always see eye to eye but it sure won't be the same with out Glenn.

I am really surprised and deeply sorry to hear this as I didn't even know he was ill. Glen was never afraid to speak his mind even with me but he was a great man and always available to help others with his knowledge about Mustangs. He did a lot to help me with the forum and without him, nothing will be the same.
My sincere condolences to his family.

My sincere condolences to his family.

It's always hard...

Glen Wren (Soring) died Monday, January 17th, 2011. I'm Ada, his wife.  Moderator, please move this to the appropriate forum.

Funeral details are at - the Wimberley facility, not the one in San Marcos.

I can no longer drive a stick shift), so both of Glen's Mustangs will be for sale.  Ole Yeller ('65 289) and Big Red ('03 Mach 1). Location: Wimberley TX (near Austin). E-mail Glen's brother,, for details.


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