Glenn Stampfle

Glenn Stampfle, 89, of 2304 Shadyside Ave., Huntingdon, died Saturday, April 13, 2019, at UPMC Altoona.

Born March 26, 1930, in Akron, Ohio, he was united in marriage to his high school sweetheart, the former Dottie Decker. His wife of 67 years survives at their home.

Mr. Stampfle is survived by his children, Debbie, Richard and William.

He was the manager of the former J.C.Penney, Huntingdon, from 1982-1990.

Mr. Stampfle was a member of the Huntingdon Kiwanis Club since 1983. He served on the Huntingdon Borough Planning Commission and served three terms on the board of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program. Mr. Stampfle was a volunteer mentor and counselor for SCORE from 1999-2008 and was president of the Huntingdon Area Merchants for four years. He was one of the founders of the Huntingdon Main Street Program. Mr. Stampfle was the founder and chairman of HARDI, which later developed into the Huntingdon Chamber of Commerce and served as the director for four years. He was an active member of the citizen’s committee that founded the Isett Community Swimming Pool. Mr. Stampfle served on Huntingdon Borough Council from 1992-2010 and was president of the council for 12 years. He was a member of the Huntingdon Area Water and Sewer Authority. Mr. Stampfle was a founding member of the Huntingdon Boomtown Committee and a founding member of the Huntingdon Landmark Organization, whose mission is to promote and facilitate the adaptive reuse of historic landmarks in Huntingdon, leading to the economic strengthening of Huntingdon.

At Mr. Stampfle’s request, there will be no public visitation or services.

Arrangement are under the direction of the Robert E. Peters Funeral Home, Huntingdon.

Online condolences may be made at huntingdondailynews.com.

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RaystownMatt

Glenn cared about this community deeply. His contributions in business, civics and overall community leadership have left a lasting legacy, and he will be missed.

mcpa34

Mary Anne & I (Chal) Port are so sorry for your lost. Prayers for all the family.