February 17, 1951 – December 10, 2019
It is with great sadness that the family of Glen Mighton announce his peaceful passing on Dec.10, 2019. After a long and difficult battle with cancer.
Glen Mighton was born in Quesnel BC to Mildred Annie (Mufford) Mighton and Douglas Charles Mighton of Moose Heights, Quesnel BC.
A dedicated rancher, husband and father his entire life. Glen never missed a day even in his final month. Making sure the cattle were fed and the crops were in before settling down for supper at his ranch north of Quesnel.
Glen is lovingly remembered by his wife of 46 years. Gail Ann (Lovell) Mighton. Two sons Todd Mighton and Jody Mighton. Daughter-in-law Jolene Faust. Grandchildren Emma, Alexis and Kohan. As well as his daughter Loretta (Mighton) Schisler and husband Kyle Schisler. Grandchildren Cash and Colt. As well as brothers, sisters, friends and extended family.
Today and everyday we will honor his hard working dedicated, loving and gentle kind spirit. Truly one of the best.
A memorial service will be held in 2020 or 2021. Cremation took place at Quesnel cemetery.
Thank you Quesnel, from Glen Mightons family.
The families of the late Glen Oliver Mighton (Dec.10, 2019) wish to thank so many who assisted us in our time of great sorrow and throughout Glens long and difficult cancer battle.
Thank you to all the dedicated teams of Doctors, Oncologists, Surgeons and wonderful nursing staff at GR Baker and Prince George hospital. A special thank you to Dr. Grapes for keeping him pain free in his last hours.
No words can thank the amazing nursing staff; Charlotte Lettington, Kylie Bassett, Deb Dinsdale, Meg Bishop, Crystal Campbell, Crystal Cooper. Home Support Team; Tiffany Eftoda, Angelina Bowden and the cancer Oncology Unit at GR Baker. Thank You.
Thanks also to the Quesnel Ambulance Services for getting Glen transferred to GR Baker and the Hospice after that snowstorm we had. To Quesnel Hospice Team. Thank you for giving us a peaceful and quiet place to spend Glens last 12 hours.
Thanks to many friends and family who rallied around bringing hugs of support, foods and flowers. Last but not least, thank you to Clayton Funeral Director for getting us through this difficult Christmas. Quesnel is fortunate to have you all. And for any or all I have forgotten, know that you were our rock. Hugs to all.
Gail, Todd, Jody, Jolene and family. Kyle, Loretta Schisler and family.
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