Glenn Robertson Woodfall was born at Brighton Hospital in Victoria. He was educated at Wallarano Primary School in Noble Park, Youngtown Primary School and East Launceston Primary School, from there he attended Riverside High School, and then on to Launceston Matriculation College. Glenn dropped out of this school in his last year to take up a rural traineeship at Cressy, with Richard and Jan Higgins. On completion of his traineeship he then went to "Wetmore", Ross working there for a couple of years, before he also moved to the Fingal Valley, where he worked on "Bona Vista" at Avoca, he remained here for a couple of years until he took a "Rural Exchange" for 12 months to Canada, where he worked on a property in Heinsburg, Alberto.
On returning from Canada, he returned to farm work at "Bluegong" in Cressy, but it was about this time that his girlfriend from Matriculation College, Victoria Clark returned to Launceston, and their relationship renewed.
It was also around this time that Glenn finally decided that the loneliness of a rural life was not for him, so he and Vic decided to go back to Canada on a working holiday, as well as touring the continent. On returning, he worked as a cleaner in Launceston for a short while, before moving to Melbourne. Here he started an apprenticeship as a Spray Painter, with his uncle Laurie Woodfall in Seaford. After completing his apprenticeship, they were married in Longford, Tasmania, and shortly thereafter they returned to Launceston to live during 1999. Deciding that he did not want to be a Spray Painter for the rest of his life, Glenn decided to leave the industry, and obtained a position with our local Electricity Supply organisation, Aurora Energy around 2003. In 2005, owing to a position becoming available with Aurora Energy in Hobart, plus their desire to live in a larger community, Glenn and Victoria decided to sell up and move to the Capital City
They became the proud parents of Mia Jewel and later Lacey Belle, and later still Owen Fox.

 

Mia Lacey Owen