Glenn D. Weiche, age 82, of Greenleaf, passed away on Monday, June 25, 2018, at St. Francis Medical Center in Topeka.Glenn was born January 28, 1936, at Greenleaf, to Otto LeRoy and Edna R. (Crain) Weiche. He graduated from Barnes High School in 1955. On January 9, 1988, he married Wanda J. Negley at Las Vegas, Nevada.Glenn was known for his fresh produce which he sold at Farmer’s Markets. He had also been a hog farmer and owned and operated Glenn D. Weiche General Contractors. He played pitcher on local ball teams from age 9 until he was 69. He was known as one of the greatest fast-pitch softball pitchers in the Midwest states. He also loved to bowl. His last game was in December of this last year.Survivors include his wife Wanda and children; Lori L. Dornbusch of Herington, Michelle R. (Jason) Martin of Orange City, Florida, Robin G. (Sean) Martin of Pleasant Hill, Missouri, Glenna D. (Kris) Beckley Wellsville, Mike (Pam) Heward of Cambridge, Iowa, Tony (Judy) Heward of Osage City, Tim (Alverta) Heward of Barnes and Dan Barnhill of Washington, eighteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.Preceding him in death were his two brothers; Lyle Weiche and Paul Weiche, a sister, Pauline Bledsoe, and two grandchildren; Zachery Jones and Eric Heward.Viewing is from noon to 8:00 pm, Thursday, with visitation between 6:00 and 8:00 pm, at Terry-Christie Funeral Home in Waterville.Funeral services are at 10:00 am, Friday, June 29, 2018, at Barnes United Methodist Church in Barnes with Pastor Dan Norwood and Pastor Elmer Trapp officiating. The musician is Sterling Clark who will accompany Leland Cook as he sings “In The Garden”. A prerecorded selection of “Grandpa Told Me So” will be played. Casket Bearers are; Logan Weiche, Christian Martin, Rhys Martin, Andy Barnhill, Landon Heward and Michael Weiche. Honorary Bearers are Chris Demkowski, Todd Moe, Delton Moe, and Jason Heward. Burial is at Maplewood Cemetery, west of Barnes.In Lieu of flowers memorials are suggested to the Glenn Weiche Memorial to help with funeral expenses and may be sent in care of the funeral home at PO Box 61, Waterville, Kansas 66548.