Glenn Edward Bentley, 75, died at his home in Mt. Sterling on June 18.
Born in Cromona, he was the son of the late Edward and Lady Grey Bentley. He was the widower of, Virginia E. Bentley, and after her death married Tammy Bentley, who survives him. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Bobbie Bentley.
He moved to Mt. Sterling in 1960, where he started Glenn Bentley Body Shop in 1962 and retired from his business at the end of 2010 after 49 years.
Mr. Bentley was an honorary Kentucky Colonel and Kentucky High School Athletic Association referee. He was a member of Hope First Church of God.
Surviving in addition to his wife are three sons, Bruce Edward Bentley and wife Veva, David Huff and wife Robin and Michael Huff Bentley, all of Mt. Sterling; a daughter, Blair Vance of Kansas City, Mo.; grandchildren, Brittany Caskey and husband Collin of Louisville, and Kayla Bentley of Mt. Sterling; great-grandchildren, Mikah Arnold, Tyler Bentley, Hudson Caskey and Peyton Shepherd; and three sisters, Vivian Spangler of Jackhorn, Lois Altman and husband Bob of Louisville, and Doris Potter of Greenville, Ind.
Funeral services were held June 21 in Mt. Sterling.