I knew Glen at Cody Elementary school in Flint, and met him again at the Skill Center. Blessings to this family.
We lost a big part of our family but to know that he is with our heavenly father and those that have went on before us gives peace to my heart and I hope to the rest of the family to know that will see him again when it is our time he will be waiting at the gates with a joke and a smile and want to know what took us so long rest in peace my dear cousin till we see you again just know that you are loved and will never be forgotten
Hi Rose and Family,
I'm so sorry to hear of your husband's death. Just heard today, or I would have been there. Thinking of you and remembering you in prayer.
God bless and keep you.
Glenny CB and I will truly miss you.We had good times in the UP.Keep that Harley clean man
The Hendrickson Family, I'm so sorry to hear about Glynn. I didn't hear about it until late Tues. Worked with him in the shop. I enjoyed hunting with him and his son. RIP Glynn.
Glenn & Lonnie were my 'rocks' after my husbands accident in '92. He was such a light in a dark room, a laugh when all you wanted to do is cry...He went the extra mile to make sure my girls & I were all taken care of & 'OK' for several months afterwards...He's been such a great friend over the years..and I will miss him so much...
Glenn was my friend starting at Cody Elementary and could get me in so much trouble by making me giggle in class! He was a fun guy to talk to even in recent years via Facebook. I knew him to be passionate about many issues and had great respect for his willingness to defend them, but still be a kind person. I'm so sorry for his loss...it's a big one! Rest well, big guy...you've earned it.
Kate Foust Best
Glen and I were best friends in elementary school, we played baseball and football and just hung out at each others house. We both had and love Mrs. Isenhath as a teacher and would go over to her house to swim in the summer. RIP my friend. Ray
Glen was my friend at Cody School. We lived on the street next to the school and he was our paper boy. He made my parents day a few years ago when he stopped by just to say hello to them. What a nice thing to do. My condolences to the family.
Glenn was my friend beginning in Kindergarden. We had lost touch through the years but reconnected through the internet a few years ago. I so enjoyed chatting with him and catching up on our lives. He was kind and thoughtful and always fun to talk with. You will be missed Glenn by so many. Im glad you walked across my life. Marty Black Wilkins, Mulberry, Ar.
To Melissa and family; There are no words to say how sorry I am to hear about your dad. He could always make me laugh and was one of the most down to earth men I ever met. I wish I could have gotten to know him better. I know he is up in Heaven watching over all of you. He always told me how much you did for him and he loved you very much, and those grandkids, too. Take that love and cherish it forever. No one can ever take that from you.
Our prayers to you. Will remember you with a smile on your face and a word of encouragement.the memories in scouts will be cherished . rest well my friend.
Rest in Peace dear old friend & ride on with the angels. May God Bless & watch over your family during this time of loss. Steve & Benita Crafton
Glenn rest in peace my friend. I am sure you are up there amusing everyone with your jokes. Or talking about our employer..
Rose & Kids - I was very sadden to hear of Glenn's passing. I had a lot of laughs with him back in the days of you folks living here in the Creek. He was definitely a lot of fun joking with and will always have a special place in my heart. He would do anything to help others and anyone who had the pleasure to meet him will never forget him. Keep your thoughts on the great memories as I know I will - "Homeboy" will be there. Bless all of you as you move through these hard days.
R.I.P. Bro he was a best friend to me and my best man in my Wedding. I'm so sorry to see you go and will miss you so much.
Going to miss you dear friend, you always made me laugh.
Such a great loss of a wonderful person. I will always have fond memories of growing up on Vermilya St. and Grandpa taking Glenn & I to school. Then later Jim & I working with him at the Truck plant. He will truly be missed.Our Prayers are with your family.
Our prayer for your family is for all of you to find some comfort in knowing your loved one is with Jesus in Paradise. May God wrap his arms around you and carry you during this time of sadness I feel I know Glenn just by hearing my son-in-law, Marty Dale, and daughter, Tracy Dale, talk about Uncle Glenn. Marty has a great love, respect, and bonding with Uncle Glenn. We will continue to pray for your family. God Bless. Barb and Randy Hill (Marty Dale's in-laws)
Work with him for yrs at truck plant. Sorry for yor lost.
Glenn was a great guy. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him but memories live on forever.Our son,Marty,has lost not only a great uncle but a good friend.
Our thoughts are with you all,
I only knew Glenn for a few short months. In that time I grew to adore him. He is no longer in pain that we are thankful for. Keep riding that Harley in the sky.
Glenn was a huge encouragement to me to go back to school. He was like a second father to me when we worked together. He would be pleased to know i am going back for my RN now. I never got a chance to tell him. I will miss you Glenn. Thank you for all you have done for me. You were always so happy. You will forever be in my heart.
It's hard to believe your gone from us . Thanks for all the memories and the good times we shared hunting and fishing. I know one thing, when you set down to share breakfast with all those who have passed before us the first thing your are going say is " do you have any of that Hillbilly Gravy". You always brought lots of smiles to us. We will miss you!!
Doug Boyd (Linden Mi)
I can't believe you are gone. You will always be in my heart, I love you so much. You were the best friend a girl could ever have. No more pain for you now Glenn. Peace be with you and your family.
To say the Glenn is generous is an understatement. He always gave from the heart with a mischevious smile and a great sense of humor. I will never forget the snowmobile trip!
Very sorry for your families loss, God Bless xoxoxo Deby Ellis
We love you, Uncle Glenn.
Rose, Polly, Melissa, Matt, and Jeff - Words cannot describe how much my heart aches for you. Uncle Glenn will be missed every minute of every day. His humor, his smile will always remain in my memories and my heart. Marty has truly lost one of his best friends, but I know he has many good memories to carry in his heart. I love you all and you will remain in my thoughts and prayers. We will always be here for you.
I was very stunned to learn about the death of my dear cousin. I still cannot believe that he died so unexpectedly. However, as they say, the one who is adored the most by the God, is the one who achieves eternal life. I will miss Glenn, and I will cherish all the happy memories I had growing up with him and the visits he made to South Carolina. Please accept my sincere sympathy.
Jackie Boyd Shealy