Glenn Pillion Surber

Glenn Pillion Surber, 72, of Frankfort, died January 2, 2021 at I.U. Health Arnett Hospital, Lafayette, Ind.  He was born November 12, 1948 in Lee County, Virginia to the late Lebert & Bonnie (Long) Surber.  He married Nancy Tribbett on June 24, 1972 and she survives.

Glenn was a 1967 graduate of Thomas Walker High School in Rose Hill, VA.  He moved from Rose Hill to Frankfort in 1972.  He worked for Taylor Drywall for 30 years, was a member of the Painters Union for 10 years, retiring in July 2010.    A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in Vietnam. He then served in the Indiana National Guard for 8 years. Glenn was a former member of Hope United Methodist Church and a former member of the American Legion, VFW, Moose and Eagles Lodge.  He loved hunting, fishing, dancing, hiking, mushroom hunting, singing, remodeling houses and the mountains of Virginia.

He is survived by his Wife:  Nancy Surber of Frankfort, 2 Daughters:  Rhonda (Johnny) Walker of Frankfort and Carrie (Brian) Wheeler of Frankfort, 3 Brothers:  Ronnie Surber of Jonesville, Virginia, Charles (Mary) Surber of Maryland and Tommy (Regina) Surber of Oak Ridge, TN, Sister:  Judy Surber of Rose Hill, Virginia, Grandchildren:  John Walker of Winamac, Nick (Amanda) Walker of Buck Creek, Ind., Jessica (Shane) Hoagland of Mulberry, Jase Walker of Frankfort, Cassondra (David) Ford of Frankfort, Troy (Fiancé Lauren Monteith) of Indianapolis, Great Grandsons: Rory Evans, Caleb Ford, Liam Ford, Zaiden Ford and Cooper Hoagland, a Great Great Grandson, Tatum Ford and several nieces and nephews.

Funeral Services:

 Visitation will be from 3-5 p.m. Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at Archer-Weston Funeral and Cremation Center, 501 E. Clinton St., Frankfort.  A private family service will be held.  Memorial donations may be made to the VA Medical Center, Indianapolis.  Out of respect for the health, safety, and comfort of all in attendance, guests will be expected to adhere to current CDC guidelines regarding appropriate social distancing and the wearing of masks. Please visit, where you may share a personal message with the family or send a Hug from Home.