Bruce Alan Glynn, 59, passed away after a brave battle with Multiple Sclerosis on September 21, 2018. He was born in Madison, South Dakota to William and Carol (Pigsley) Glynn. He was raised in Shakopee, MN and eventually settled in Canon City, CO. Bruce often commented that he was “bumbling through life”, but in reality he lived life to the fullest and on his terms. Proud of his Nakota heritage with the Yankton Sioux nation, he loved guiding people through his sweat lodges he had on his property and guided many people through that process. He was a happy person who loved to cook and help others. Before he became ill, he worked helping people on a Suicide Hotline, helping others understand how important life was. In keeping with his Native American heritage, Bruce loved to tell stories, whether it be in his sweat lodge or talking to folks walking along the River Walk as they past his home. He is survived by his wife, Judith; her 4 children with grand/great grandchildren; siblings, Pamela (John) Ham, Mary (Gary) Wilhelm, Richard (Lori) Glynn, Patrick (Annette) Glynn, Marty (Jody) Glynn; his daughter Miranda Rasmussen and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents. Arrangements entrusted to Harwood Funeral Home. Online condolences at Harwoodfunerals.com.