You are in my thoughts and prayers.
So sad to hear of my friend Glenn's passing. Really enjoyed my time with him at WSDOT. I remember the time he spent over at my house helping me "log some trees", the proverbial blind leading the blind; was great fun. Since we both retired, the only time I saw Glenn was when we'd run into each other at the grocery store, or some such place. I'd say, "How you doing Glenn?" And he'd go into 10 minutes of letting me know how you and Mark were doing. He was just so proud of his family. Really proud. You were his life. You and Mark. And while I won't be able to accidentally run into my old friend anymore, we can't even begin to imagine what you are now going through without Glenn. You're in our thoughts and prayers Judi.
And just like you two, my wife and I also met at the old Evergreen Ballroom...while I was in the Air Force stationed at McChord.
Bob and Gigi Schermerhorn
Everyone deserves a love that lasts a lifetime. You two were an amazing example of how two people can complete each other. I am honored to have witnessed and shared in a small fragment of your days. Thank you for allowing me the pleasure of knowing you.
I'm sorry to hear about Glenn's passing. I worked with him years ago at WSDOT when I was an attorney advising the pre-contract office. I enjoyed working with Glenn. He had a lot of expertise, which I learned from. He also was a warm and friendly person with a great sense of humor. I'm sorry for your family's loss.