This is a time of the loss of two very great and generous men. First Bert and now Glen. May God's grace be with both of them and may you rest in his peace knowing he is in God's loving embrace.
Dear Marilyn: I was so surprised to learn of Glen's passing. While it has been some time since I last saw you and Glen, there are some people that make the world turn a little better on its axis because of their presence, and who by their presence cause you to know life is better. Glen was one of those people. Confident, yet self effacing, generous with his praise, knowledge, and support. And fun. And all he did for the Toledo Ski Club. He is missed.
You have my condolences and deepest sympathy for your loss.
Marilyn, We send you our deepest sympathy. Glen was such a wonderful person and you are too for taking such good care of him. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you.
Leo & Barb Wesely
Dear Marilyn, So sorry to hear that you have lost your dear partner. Glen was one of the kindest people I ever remember meeting. Bill had some wonderful memories of Glen. My thoughts are with you both and I hope your strength and dear memories see you through. Sue Spath
I know how hard it has been and how hard it will now be for you. Bob and Glen were so alike so it does not surprise me that Glen accepted the end almost gladly. Just think of the trouble those to will cause when they meet again.
You and Glen were among the first people that I met in the Toledo Ski Club (1972). I remember both of you fondly and appreciated your friendliness. I have often thought of you and Glen when I drive past your old home. Sending my prayers and condolences.
Trust in God with all your heart and do not lean upon your own understanding. Prov. 3:5:
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this time. Glen built our first house on Lynbridge Ln and was a good friend of my dad's (Urban Gradel). We always talk about the quality of the house we had from Glen... Peace
One of our fond memories of Glenn is the Thanksgiving many years ago when our grandchildren were youngsters. He seemed to enjoy Marilyn and his great-nieces and great-nephews so much. Glenn let them drive his golf cart and they all had a lot of fun. We will miss him.
Charles and Joan Smith (Macon, GA)
Deepest condolences, Marilyn, and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Many fond memories of your travel stories with Glen back in the OCF days.
Many good memories, Ocean City where Glenn proposed, attending Penn State Ohio State game in Happy Valley, and many visits Newport, Fl, and our last to Maggie Valley this past May. We will miss him, as will you, our thoughts are with you. Love
Although it has been several years since we've seen each other -we go back a lot of years-before & thru the Ski Club era. Glen made a profound impression on all those who knew him and will be sorely missed by many. My heart is with you during this sad time.
I have many fond memories of living at Georgetown in the Seventies. Glenn's annual Derby Day Party is one.
I am sorry for your loss..
I COACHED THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM (1969-1979). WE HAD MANY MEMORABLE GAMES. GLEN WAS ALWAYS INTENSE, WELL-PREPARED AND FAIR. I HAVE MANY FOND MEMORIES OF HIM.
I was so sad to read about Glen's demise. I understand how painful it is, losing someone you love. I am really sorry for your loss. May God ease the pain in your heart.
Marilyn--I was saddened to learn of Glenn's passing. He was a good friend and a great partner when we were building Georgetown Village, now nearly fifty years ago. May God bless you and be there for you. Jim Proctor.
Our deepest sympathy. We are so sorry for your loss. We will miss him. God bless you.
With love, Gary and Judy
Marilyn, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. Margaret & Harold Adams
Aunt Marilyn, Pam and I are so sad to hear of Uncle Glenn's passing. We are grateful, however, to have been able to visit with him one last time. He was a very special person. Our hopes and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Pam and Greg
Dear Marilyn, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Glenn Raitz
He will be missed here, celebrating that he in now with his Heavenly Father.
So sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. I loved him dearly and always loved when we worked together at the Chamber.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.