Glen Arthur Myrhe

June 5, 2016

Glen was born on November 7, 1956 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.  He and his wife Eileen were married for 36 years and have been living in the Yukon for the past 25 years.  Glen had a strong love of life, he adored his family and friends.  When Glen wasn’t managing Guillevin International, he enjoyed fishing and being out in nature.

A memorial for Glen will be held on June 17th from 4pm to 7pm at Mount McIntyre, located at 1 Sumanik Drive.  In lieu of flowers, please donate to Whitehorse General Hospital.


  1. Marsha Godin

    Hi Eileen,

    So sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. You are in my prayers. Glen was the Best Boss I ever had as well as my friend. He will surely be missed. I still find it hard to believe he is gone.

  2. Brian Link


    My name is Brian Link. I am not sure that you would remember me. Glen and I became friends through business and I was at your home in Fort St John and Calgary. That was a long time ago and since you moved to Whitehorse, we lost touch. I did see Glen in Calgary a few years ago when he was in to buy a new truck. I also spoke to him on the phone in 2013 through a friend of his. I was a sales rep that sold to Gough and came u to Fort St John often back then. I just heard about Glen”s passing last night from a mutual friend. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you even though it has been a while. I hope you are working your way through your loss day by day. God bless you and your children Eileen. I will always remember and treasure my memories of Glen.


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