In 1944, while attending High School in Laguna Beach, he met Joanne LeBrun, the mother of his first child. For two years they became very close and engaged in a serious relationship. In October 1946 Joanne gave birth to a baby boy who was adopted by a loving family in Los Angeles. In December 1998 Glen was reunited with his first born son, Kenneth Gerald, and a happy relationship evolved. While still in the Navy Glen married Evelyn Kilpatrick and they had two children, Ricky Glen (stillborn), and Debra Louise. After eight years the marriage ended bitterly. During the interlocutory period, Glen met and later married Elois Henshaw. They had two children, Lynn Elise and Christopher Glen. Lynn's second marriage gave them their first grandchild, Alexandria Elise. Since then they have welcomed a second grandchild, Jacob Alexander, from their son and his wife.
Upon retiring from Lockheed, Glen and Elois began a lifestyle of full-time RVing (traveling by motor-home). They traveled for several years doing family research at County Courthouses, Libraries, Cemeteries, etc. Each year they enjoyed a week, or month, at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and/or Mid-Continent Genealogy Library in Independence, Missouri. Their family research is now restricted to what they can find on the Internet filling in blank spots not found during their travels. Illness has curtailed their travel lust and they are now happy to sit at home, near the Gulf in South Alabama, and tap their computer keys.
Glen's first wife's parents wereMell and Katherine (Woodworth) Kilpatrick.
Glen's second wife's parents wereOra and Beatrice (Tankersley) Henshaw.