RANGELEY — Glen N. Henderson, 43, of Sabattus, died unexpectedly on Dec. 30, 2012.

Glen lived his life to the fullest, even though it was cut short. He was an avid racing fan and raced for many years at the local tracks. He was the 2005 Outlaw Champion at Oxford Plains Speedway.

He enjoyed his work and prided himself on his ability with steel erection and as a crane operator. He learned steel work from his father, Victor R. Henderson and his grandfather, Nick House. He worked many years for American Aerial Services and recently was employed by Keely Crane Services.

He loved to ride snowmobiles and his passion was his Harleys. He was a family man and his family meant a lot to him.

He is survived by his wife of 16 years, Jackie Henderson, his son, Glen Henderson Jr., and his daughter, Heather Henderson, all of Sabattus; his mother, Emma Jean Long of Monmouth; his brothers, Bobby Cote and Shannon Cote and his fiance, Marissa Iannucci, of Sabattus; and his sister, Brenda Lee (Henderson) of Lewiston.

He was predeceased by his father, Victor R. Henderson; his grandfather, Albert (Nick) House; his sister, Cyndi Henderson; his stepfather, Robert Cote; and his stepbrother, Patrick Cote.

He will be especially missed by his special niece, Lauren MacKenzie, who thought the world of him. He had also found out in early December that he was going to be a grandfather and was very excited.

Glen will be greatly missed by many family and friends.

He passed in the company of his best friend and cousin, Kenneth Henderson of China and their mutual friend, John Spencer of Litchfield.

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