Glen Reznicek

December 14, 1948 - October 25, 2021

Glen Reznicek was born on December 14, 1948 to Louis and Iris Grissom Reznicek. He passed away on October 25, 2021.

Glen grew up in Dallas, Texas with his brother Gary. He graduated from W.W. Samuel High School and joined the Air Force. After serving his tour of duty, he returned to Dallas and went to work for Sears & Roebuck. Several years later he started his own HVAC service business. He served his many clients throughout the DFW metroplex for 40 years before retiring.

He was an avid outdoorsman, who loved to hunt and fish. He enjoyed grilling outside where he got lots of help from his Great Pyrenees Maggie Mae and Clifford. He loved to travel and spend time with friends. He enjoyed having lunch with his friend Al and the quilt ladies. He volunteered for the Guild of Dallas at the annual Guild Quilt Show and was the official hand stamper.

He was a devoted and loving husband, a patient and understanding father and grandfather.

Those left to cherish his memory include his wife of almost 25 years, Ann Reznicek of Rowlett; son Brian Reznicek and wife Nancy of Crandall; daughter Mindy Batchelor and husband Jimmy of Quinlan; step-son Derek Dilts and wife Gwen of McKinney; brother Gary Reznicek and wife Sherry of Combine; grandchildren Phoenix, & Addison Reznicek, and Maddox & Berkley Dilts; many extended family and dear friends.

Funeral will be held at 11:30 on November 15, 2021 at DFW National Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider making a donation in Glen’s name to Wreaths Across America ( or SPIN (Saving Prys in Need) 301 Allegheny Trail Lane, Garland, Texas 75043.

5 replies on “Glen Reznicek”

Don & Linda Henderson says:

We are so sad. And send many prayers to Ann, Mindy, Brian and Gary and all the family. He was a great man and glad to have many wonderful memories of time with him many years ago. Love, hugs and prayers to all of you. We are so sorry we can’t be there for the service as we will be out of the country but will be there in spirit. And will make a donation to wreaths across America as I do that for my brother too. Don & Linda Henderson

David Grissom says:

Instead of good bye, I’ll say see you again someday. Some of my best memories from childhood were spending time in the woods with you, Louis, Gary, my dad and Al. Rest In Peace my friend.

Anonymous says:

Wonderful friend to Clarence and Ann Ann batchelor we lived side by side while raising our children Clarence has passed but Ann batchelor will miss him rip glenn

Candy Bigham says:

Love to Ann and her family during this time of tremendous sorrow. Prayers!

Don Huffman says:

Expressing deep gratitude for the US Air Force Service of Sgt Glen Reznicek for our nation. Prayers are ascending to heaven for comfort for his family and friends in their loss. May he rest in his new “heavenly deployment” with his preceding loved ones.
don huffman, Army vet, Dallas Honor Guard member

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