Glenn Richard Ward, 64, a former executive with the Kaiser Industries Corporation here, died Monday at the Camelot Hall Nursing Home in Arlington after a stroke. He had been a resident there for about three months.
Mr. Mward managed international programs and market development for Kaiser from 1951 until 1965. Since then, he had been a private consultant on domestic and international sales and financing to U.S. and foreign government agencies, working from his home in Arlington.
He was born in Chicago. He worked in the freight sales division of the Union Pacific Railroad Co. before 1942, when he came to Washington and helped set up offices for the rubber section of the War Production Board.
Later in World War II, he served in the Army. He then joined a New York City export-import business with offices in the Dominican Republic. He returned to Washington in 1948 and was first assistant clerk of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce for three years before joining Kaiser.
His marriages to the former Ruth McCabe and Betty DeWitt ended in divorce.
Survivors include a daughter, Virginia, of Falls Church; two sons, Richard, of Brandon, Miss., and Randolph, of New Orleans; a sister, Helen Medal, of Mount Prospect, Ill., and five grandchildren.