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Krunch Glen Day, a.k.a. “The Equalizer”

June 27, 1964 - March 27, 2021

Posted by:
Carrie Mowell

Posted on:
April 3, 2021

Glen was such a treat to be around. He always had me laughing. He will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. Miss you buddy.

Posted by:
Charlton DeVault

Posted on:
April 3, 2021

I am so sorry to read about Krunch. I remember him fondly for his single-handedly helping me finish my law office building and residence at the corner of Broad and Main in Kingsport Tennessee during the early 1990\'s, He had one young child and another on the way at the time. Krunch first came in during evening hours as a painter\'s helper, eventually began working 5 days a week and left an accomplished carpenter. Krunch learned as he went along. He was able to \"customize\" the shelving, bookcases, trim, fireplaces, and stairway he built. For the columns and pilasters he constructed, Krunch set up two routers in the garageage area and double-fluted the 12-feet long facings in the Greek Temple of the Winds fashion. Krunch ask how I wanted my office double door entrance to look and devised a way to frame it as I drew it. Same thing for the fire place and office stairs. He devised unique construction tactics to enable him to build sturdy floor-to-ceiling bookcases, fireplaces, and accent paneling, Krunch joined and plained rough walnut lumber into finsihed boards and constructed the main office stairway with walnut steps, three-dimensional panelling, and neo-classical trim. I have bragged on Krunch by name several times each month of each year since the mid-1990\'s for his intelligence, superioer workmanship, dependability, and woodworking talent to clients, attorneys, and visitors who walk through my office in amazement at Krunch\'s finished customized product. I think the world of Krunch. His surviving children are justifiably proud of him. I extend my sincerest sympathies to his children and grandchildren. Please stop by my office when you are in Kingsport. Krunch has passed too soon. He will be missed - but remembered. God Bless.

Posted by:
Machine gun kelly

Posted on:
April 2, 2021

Thanks for all u done on the cb radio, rip my friend RIP.

Posted by:
Robin Smith

Posted on:
March 31, 2021

I'm sorry for the family and friends of glen day my prayers are with the family and friends at this time of sorrow and griefs .may god bless and watch over the family and friends at this time.

Posted by:
Tony Melissa Zeb and Canaan Harr

Posted on:
March 31, 2021

Prayers for peace and comfort during this time of sorrow and grief.

Posted by:
Jeff & Lisa Lovin

Posted on:
March 30, 2021

Family, We were sad to hear of Krunch's passing. You will be in our PRAYERS as you go through your season's of first. May the God of Hope turn your tears into LAUGHTER, your memories into JOY, and you sorrow into PEACE in JESUS name. Love in Christ, Jeff & Lisa Lovin<