by Ed Ashurst
Baxter Black says it best, “Warner Glenn is a simple man, not easily swayed from his principles. He has character, honor, modesty and inner strength. Tough, with a smile. Handshake, with a promise. A gladiator when defending what he loves. When he invites you to rope at his branding, to shoot the lion on his hunt, to play a tune on his fiddle, or even to say grace at his table, it’s like Mickey Mantle handing you the bat and saying, why don’t you take a few swings.” This is the story of Warner Glenn.