My Step-Father, James Perkins of Columbus, GA sends his condolences to Col. Dunlap's family. James cared alot about Col. Dunlap and treasured the fact they were friends.
Christine: I have found memories of Glen from our short overlap on the TROA board. Always a contributor and great friend.
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
A great Husband, Father, Uncle and Patriot. Rest in Peace Uncle Glen!
I had the honor of meeting COL Dunlap my first month on this ESGR job; he was an amazing gentleman with an astonishing career. Please accept my condolences.
We extend our condolence to his family and will keep them in our prayers.
Colonel Glen(SACTYPE) will be missed by all who knew him. May he rest in peace
Fred and Sheila Fine
Colonel Dunlap was a great friend and Christian gentleman. I extend my condolences to his family. I will miss him...Ray Warren
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
So sorry to hear about your Dad. One more angel to watch over you. You will be in our prayers.
Wayne and Beth Espy
Glen brought great humility and sincere forthrightness to all he came in contact with.
I will miss you, "Hand Salute"
He was an officer and a gentleman indeed.
He will be greatly missed.
Jim and Margaret Ramage
Glen was a dedicated servant to any that he found in need. He continued to serve Reserve & National Guard members by being an active member of Employer Support for the Guard & Reserve (ESGR). Here he worked with employers to create a climate where they willingly employ & support Reservist. Additionally, he was an active Ombudsman with ESGR & worked to mediate conflicts between Employers & Service Members. He insisted that all these cases in the SE area of Alabama be sent to him. All who knew him will miss him.
We salute your veteran. Our condolences for your loss and gratitude for your loved one's service to our country.
Glen was a dedicated officer who continued to service the members of America's armed forces and their families long after he retired from active duty. I knew Glen as an active member of the Military Officers Association of America( MOAA). He was the first officer from Alabama to serve on the National Board and, until his passing, was still serving on the MOAA Alabama Council Board. He was a fine officer and gentleman, He will be missed. Col. Dick Erickson, USAF (ret) currently serving on the MOAA National Board
I was so sorry to hear of Glen's passing. He was a dedicated patriot and outstanding servant to his country, his state, and his fellow servicemembers. He shall be sorely missed.
With deepest sympathy and respect,
Col. Jim Eubanks,U.S. Army (Retired), Past President, Alabama Council of Chapters, Military Officers Association of America
Col. Dunlap was one of the kindest men we've ever known. He was one among few that could light up a room by just entering. We will always have fond memories of him and he will be missed. We send our condolences to his family but in his passing I'm sure they know that they now have a guardian angel watching over them.