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Glen D. Statler

October 08, 1937 - June 11, 2016

Private services will be held.


Boulger Funeral Home

Glen D. Statler

October 08, 1937 - June 11, 2016



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10 responses to “Glen D. Statler”

  1. Donna Nalewaja says:

    So sorry for your loss Judy. Glen was a wonderful person both personally and professionally. His accomplishments will live on as will his goodness in his children. Kindest regards, Donna Nalewaja

  2. Jack Rasmussen says:

    I will always remember Glen as a friend and excellent professional mentor. I remain indebted to Glen for hiring me into the faculty in the Department of Plant Pathology back in 1992 when he was the department chair. He helped me learn rust diseases in the state, which were new diseases for me but part of my professional responsibilities. He instilled in me the importance of helping the NDSU breeding programs develop disease-resistant varieties for the state. His door was always open to me and his advice was trustworthy. His lessons were well-taught and have stayed with me. I thank Glen for the fond memories,the professional guidance and the chance he gave me.

  3. Darla Bakko says:

    Statler Family,
    So sorry to hear of Dr. Statler’s passing. When I came to NDSU in 1999 I worked under him in the plant pathology department as a secretary. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers and we would love to send a memorial in his honor. Please contact us.

  4. Lois Hovden says:

    So sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. Judy, Laurie, Doug, and families, may God give you strength in the coming weeks//months/years. Love and God bless, Lois Hovden

  5. Marcia McMullen says:

    To the Statler family:

    I was saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Statler. He was a professor in the NDSU Plant Pathology Department when I was a graduate student there, and he taught me a lot about wheat rusts. He also was the department chair during part of my time as an Extension Plant Pathologist and department faculty member. He was very supportive of Extension efforts to provide information to wheat and barley producers on the management of some very damaging small grain diseases. I thank him and Judy for their efforts to make new students and new faculty welcome in the department and the community.

  6. Pat and Duane Berglund says:

    Dear Statler family, Glen will be missed by all. I recall travels with Dr. Statler a number of times. He was always so supportive of Extension work of those in his Dept. and others like myself were doing for Crop Agriculture. He was a pleasure to be around and visit. He will be missed by all. May he rest in peace.

  7. Karla (Syverson) Poisson says:

    Doug, Kim and Family,
    Thinking of all of you during this difficult time.
    Karla Poisson

  8. Mort Mazaheri says:

    Hi Judy:

    we are sadden by passing of Glen. He was a good member of NDSU faculty for many years and a good social friend. We wish you much strength to handle this big loss.

    Mort and Sharon Mazaheri

  9. vivian j. Acuff says:

    My deepest sympathy to the family. Dr, Statler was a very compassionate, friendly, respectful man. I supported him in typing all of his published articles during my employment at NDSU. He was always so appreciative of any help that was given to him. His family will surely miss him.

  10. butch mac arthur says:

    so sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. I had the pleasure of working for him in the rust pathology lab. I am forever gratefull to have worked under him and learn all the diseases of wheat and flax. prayers for the statler family judy, lori, doug and your families.

    Butch Mac Arthur

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