Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman Glen Michael Huber

New Mexico State Police, New Mexico

End of Watch Saturday, January 26, 1991

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Reflections for Patrolman Glen Michael Huber

My wife and I were neighbors of Glen and Arlene while we were living on campus at NMSU. I was Police Science major and recently seperated from the Army. Glen was preparing to go on active duty when he graduated later that year. Glen and Arlene, my wife and myself and another couple, Jerry and Lou spent many weeknight and weekends together. Glen talked about his future as a police officer all the time. We all went to Jurarez one night for dinner after he returned from Ft Benning. I have a picture of all of us there. I was stationed at Clark AB in the Philippines when he was killed. It was heart breaking. After a recent chat with Lou I found this site. Her husband Jerry is buried in the same park as Glen. I am sure they are partying together.

Jay Clanton USAF MAJ (Ret)
None, retired living in Chiangmai Thailand

September 3, 2022

I knew Glen from a short stint he did in Pecos, NM. He helped me out as I was bicycling through the area. We stayed in touch until that faithful day. I think of him often & sorely miss seeing him. He had so much life left to live.

Jennifer G Buntz

August 2, 2021

30 years ago, we were so young and willing to serve. Courage was an element we embraced without hesitation. We played ball; we played cards and we talked about God...
The day we lost you the NMSP suffered immensely; "if Glen could die, any of us could." Our loss was indeed small compared to your family. I can only imagine their grieving.
I miss you Buddy. Someone is only truly gone if they are forgotten...and you Sir, will never be forgotten.

Hon. Michael J Gibson
Sergeant NMSP Retired

May 16, 2021

Officer Huber-You are remembered on this day, the 30th anniversary of your death. Your family and friend's remembrances clearly showed you were an honorable man, father, friend and Officer. May God continue to bless and comfort your family.

Deputy Chief Mike Smathers
Albuquerque Police Department

January 26, 2021

Patrolman Huber,
On today, the 30th anniversary of your death I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice-not just as a Law Enforcement Officer but for our Country as well when you served with the U.S. Army. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.



January 26, 2021

We’ve felt blessed since becoming aquatinted with this man, Glen Huber, last month. We were asked to organize a liquidation auction of a rural school that is closing, and in the foyer of the school hung a huge US flag and this framed picture on the wall. It caught our eye after recognizing the NMSP uniform, and since we, too, are New Mexicans. Glen Huber was a NMSP officer and sadly was killed in the line of duty after he was ambushed in 1991. The flag was presented at his funeral by President Bush to his mother and hung in his memory at the little school where she had taught. We did a little investigating on Facebook and asked a few friends at NMSP and were able to contact Glen Huber’s daughter, Penny. She is so proud of her dad. We will honor him by sending the flag and the framed memorial to her. It is said that Glen stood 6’ 10”!! Big shoes to fill, I’m guessing. Thank you for your service, Sir.

Jamye and Melanie Moore
Tumbleweed Equipment and Auction Co. of West Texas

October 21, 2020

Jerry as I am preparing to teach OS at the NMLEA tomorrow, I am thinking of you and Glen and the times we shared as police officers... the few times I was assigned to work in Espanola or Rio Arriba were always enjoyed with good friends fond memories. Every time I teach an OS class I talk about you and Glen and the sadness that come over all of LE in NM during your sacrifice. I was told a long time ago - "As long as someone speaks your name you will never be forgotten..." As long as I am around you will never be forgotten...

RIP Brother you are One of New Mexico's FINEST.

Jack F. Jones II NMSP 1973 -1984

Deputy Chief Jack Jones II
Espanola Police Department

October 14, 2019

Deputy Chief Jack Jones II
Espanola Police Department

October 14, 2019

RIP Trooper, you will never be forgotten.

Officer J. Honeycutt
Utah Valley University Dept. USMC 2009-2015

May 31, 2018

Today as the New Mexico State Police Department District 7 re-dedicates their building, we wold like to say "Thank You" for this re-dedication in the name of fallen officer Glen Huber. Through the years, our niece Penny, his daughter, has shared with us how supportive your department has been toward her especially during the most difficult time of her life. We appreciate your generosity in honoring Glen's sacrifice during the line of duty. Today, we will be saying special prayers for your department members. We will continue ask God to send His holy angels to protect every member of your department as you continue serve your community and surrounding communities. God bless you all. Paul and Caroline Adams, Ohio.

Paul and Caroline Adams
Niece Penny, Friends of Glen Huber

March 8, 2018

Today, the wonderful people at the State Police Department in Espanola are rededicating their new building in your honor, Glen. We have watched Penny through the years speak of the generosity of the members of this Department and how helpful you all were toward her during a very difficult time in her life. We personally want to say, "Thank you." We appreciate for honoring Glen's sacrifice in this dedication. We know our niece Penny and her precious daughter will be there for this event. We will be keeping all of you in prayer, especially on this day. God bless you for all you do in your line of duty. May God's holy angels always protect you.

Paul and Caroline Adams
Penny Huber's Tio and Tia, friends of Gen.

March 8, 2018

Another year goes by as your still gone. Your memory is still very alive in everything we do. I carry you with me daily and pray your at peace. Thinking about you a little extra today.

Agent J Madrid

January 26, 2018


Tonight, I was thinking about You, and that Horrific Day..

(May You Rest-In-Peace……)

Michael B. Parlor

December 13, 2017

Good man, great Soldier, crazy friend.

As the saying goes, All gave some, some gave all.

J. C. King, COL (R)

May 30, 2017

I think of you often my friend, the good times we had and the lasting memories we made, like our fishing trip you Rudy Miller and I took to Abique lake, building a back yard fence at my home, painting my old jeep, working the State Fair and many more fun times. You were a good trusted friend, and I will remember you for ever.

Lieutenant (Retired) Rick Martin
New Mexico State Police

May 15, 2017

As I sit here wiping off tears from reading the great reflections and honorable memories you have blessed upon your family and friends. I must say I never had the Honor of meeting you Mr. Glen Huber would have loved too, I must say I do try and walk with the courage you have displayed in your years of service. I must admit I never Knew who you were until I made a traffic stop on one of your family members in Beavercreek Ohio. What a great woman she was on her way to bible study and shared your story with me briefly. God Bless you and your family forever your brother Officer Majercak.

Police Officer
Beavercreek Police ohio (Fellow Brother)

April 26, 2016

When a soldier dies on the battlefield, he is surrounded by comrades trying to keep him alive, trying to kill the enemy, trying to achieve the mission. Policemen, especially NM State Policemen, are often alone. They are one against more than one. The "enemy" has the advantage of surprise.

My heart goes out to them all, even when I get a ticket for speeding. It is a lonely and dangerous job. If ever I get in a position of power, I will increase the force to at least two per patrol, and double the salary and benefits, including $750K life insurance policy, mandatory death penalty to anyone who just shoots an officer. I want the nation, the world to respect our State officers, and the world (Mexico cartels) to fear the repercussions of any negative action against them.

Glen Huber is a hero, a man who we should name buildings after. Never forget him, and others like him.

Tony Ray
New America School

September 7, 2015


I another year has passed, and still the pain is real. I made it DC to honor the Angels In Black as I promised. I have to say I was an emotional reck, but made it through. As you know daily I think of you often and am greatful for the path u paved. I shall never forget the sacrifice you made so others may live And learn. I love you and miss you deeply.


Agent Janice Madrid
New Mexico State Police

May 25, 2015

Just thinking of you as I travel during the holidays. Miss you brother - uh - another year. You are never forgotten.

SO Sister Pierce

January 1, 2015

God Bless you Trooper Huber, thank you for your bravery and dedication, may God Bless your family and loved one's!

Ret, Penns P/O & State Investigator

January 26, 2014

I remember your laugh, your hugs, And your wisdom, you taught me so much in just the short years we had together. I now have my own daughter and she too will learn to fish, hunt, laugh, and be strong like her grandfather. I was driving this evening as the sun was going down and the memory of the day you died came to me before I was told the news I with mom driving home, over the Sandias I saw a shooting star fall from the sky. For some reason I woke up that morning crazy about wanting to see you so when I watched that star fall I remember wishing you were ok. The horrific event that change three family's lives forever had already happend. You soul shines through my sister, myself and now your granddaughter. "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends"
I love you

Penny Huber

January 26, 2014

Gone, but not forgotten.

Sgt. T. J. Jones
Greater Cleveland Transit Police Department, Ohio

January 26, 2014

Officer Glen Huber. I recall my phone ringing with a different ring and answering it and dispatcher Michael Martinez (RIP) in Socorro and him telling me to sit down because he had some terrible news. I think of you often and your name comes up when Kevin Boyd and I talk of the brave men and women who we served with and undoubtedly before the conversation ends, it ends with a memory of you. I remember you in recruit school I picked on the biggest, tallest man in the all of that we remained good friends. It is your bravery and selflessness that made you Glen Huber. You may be gone but not forgotten.

Capt, Retired Chris D. Maes
Co-worker; Friend; Fellow officer

September 3, 2013

Glen, can't believe its been this long. I recall the news coming to us in the Gulf about the incident. But I didn't hear it was you til a friend of mine wrote me about the circumstances. I missed your services, and never really thanked you for the positive impression you left myself and other officers back in the day. You are still missed and thought about, I pray you are peacefully are in God's station.

Bill Flint Retired NM LEO

May 11, 2012

I knew Glen from his days as a Marshal in Pecos, NM. His death, indeed all the deaths associated with that incident, was a great tragedy. His grave marker is very near my mother’s at the National Cemetery in Santa Fe New Mexico.

Jennifer Buntz

April 22, 2012

Woah - Today (04/06/2012), I found a letter dated 28 January 1991, which I had sent throughout The Department, regarding The New Mexico Murders.

In January 1991, New Mexico State Police Officers informed me that Senior Patrolman Glen Huber had trained with members of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) SWAT Team, and that He had always held high regards for LAPD Officers

Michael B. Parlor

April 7, 2012

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