Glenn Anthony Gangi, 69, a lifelong resident of Indianapolis, Indiana. He took his last breath on earth and his first breath in heaven on June 23, 2023.
Glenn was born on September 7, 1953, to Ralph and June Gangi in Munich, Germany while his father was serving our country. Glenn served in the army after graduating from Southport High School. He went on to further his education at the University of Maryland. After graduating with a business degree, Glenn pursued his dream of owning his own businesses: Capital Funding Corp, then Capital Mortgage Corp. He went on to finish his career working for Quality Leasing before retiring.
Throughout his life he was enthusiastic and passionate about collecting and designing miniatures, military dioramas, stamps, and coins. Glenn was an avid fan with season tickets to the Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts, and Broadway Across America. He enjoyed his music and always making and updating his top 400 playlist.
His family meant the world to him, and he was never happier than when he was with one or all six of his children.
Glenn was married to the love of his life, his wife Nancy Janice Lytle-Gangi of 32 years.
His six children are Katrina (Christian) Hupp of Seattle WA, Jessica (Todd) Barton of Carmel, IN, Joanna Gangi (Frederick Perry) of Seattle, WA, Kevin (Natasha) Gangi of Seattle WA, Olivia Gangi (partner Kevin Kryah), of Chicago, IL, Alyssa Gangi of Indianapolis, IN.
His loving Grandchildren Stella and Ava Hupp, Kaiden Mott, Jonah and Naomi Perry.
He looked up to his special brother Barry (Rebecca) Gangi of Huntsville, AL.
He is predeceased by his parents Ralph David and June Brilda James Gangi.
The reception will be held at Indiana Funeral Care on September 12, 2023 at 10:00.
The memorial service at 12:00 followed with a Military service at Crown Hill Cemetery.
Donations can be made to the American Kidney Fund or American Diabetes Association.