June 4 2013 Henry B. Johnson the 12th Skipper of the USS Bugara SS 331 from 6/23/62 to 7/00/64 passed away.
Our heartfelt condolences to Carol and all of Dr. Aumann's family, friends and loved ones. You are in our thoughts and prayers that God will give you peace, comfort you in your sorrow, and heal the brokenhearted. We are grateful for Dr. Aumann's service to our country in the U.S. Submarine Service on the USS Pomfret SS-391, USS Tilefish SS-307 and the USS Bugara SS-331. To our "Brother of the Dolphin" ... "Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. May you rest in peace and may God bless your loved ones with fond memories of a life well lived." -- Rev. Ray Fritz, National Chaplain United States Submarine Veterans, USSVI.
David, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Oh what a wonderful man he was!
My heart is sad for you with your loss!
I can just picture him and dad sharing their humor...
God Be With You, Julia
As a fellow parishioner of a number of years, I will always remember Dr. Glenn Aumann as man of great dignity, intelligence, and kindness. He was always quick with a smile or a word of wit, and his loving service to our church community will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathy and condolences go out to Carol and the Aumann family.
Dr. Aumann was a very special person and a wonderful mentor that helped me get my research started at UH Coastal Research Center. I am fortunate to have known him. I will find it hard not to look for him out on a tractor every time I visit the Coastal Center to check on my instruments. I will always remember his quick smile and firm handshake. He will truly be missed.
Aunt Carol, Diane, Beth, David and Karen,
I grieve with you in the loss of your husband and dad, Glenn was an amazing man.
I'm praying for peace and comfort at this time.
Mary Aumann gerndt - Green Bay, WI
Dear Carol, shocking news about Dr. Aumann. I first met him in 1980 and knew this was someone special. Loved his jokes and stories. It wasn't the same without him at the university. George and I have thought of him often. Please take care of yourself.
While I did not have the honor of serving with Dr. Aumann, he is a navy and submarine brother. Thank you for your service to your country sir, and now sailor you have the eternal fair winds and following seas you have so richly earned. We send our condolences to his wife Carol, and all of his family and friends.
Keith F. Post, Executive Director
St. Marys Submarine Museum
102 St. Marys Street West
St. Marys, GA 31558
Your family members from far away are with you in thoughts and prayers. Love you all! Lean in.
Dear Carol: I was so sorry to learn of Glenn's passing. He was a unique individual that will be sorely missed. And while UH will see the fruits of his ideas and labors of love all around it for years to come, I will remember him best as a true friend and colleague. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Barbara Fasser, Bellingham, WA
Glenn was very important to all of us who are prairie ecologists. The Coastal Center has been a critical part of my research (and many other folks at Rice over the years). My thoughts are with you.
My condolences to your family during this time of grief.
SEMPER FI - FELLOW VETERAN
THANK YOU - FOR YOUR SERVICE TO OUR COUNTRY.
You are one of our heroes.
We will remember you always and miss you dearly.
Take your Warrior's rest for a duty well done.
I wish to extend to members of your family my deepest sympathy on their loss. May the force of GOD be with them as they walk through this difficult time. May the loving promises of our LORD and Savior comfort them and give them strength.
As a grateful Veteran, I leave my sympathy and hope you accept this as a small token of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one to our Country.
U. S. MARINE AND VIET NAM VET
Dearest Carol and family, I am so sorry to learn of Glenn's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Glenn was a special friend, and because of his efforts the University of Houston Science Center stands today. We will miss him very much! Love to you -- Sue Butler & family, and friends from the superconductivity center
I am so sorry to hear this sad news about Glenn Aumann. I was hired by "Doc" Aumann in September of 1985 to work at UH Coastal Center and worked for him until 1990. It was a pleasure to work for him and to keep in touch with him afterwards at U of H. He loved the Coastal Center and did everything he could to protect and preserve it. When he was cleaning his office at the time of his retirement from the University he came to my office to give me some newspaper clippings from my time at the Coastal Center. Students who worked for me were amazed that he would take the time to do this. I am thankful that our paths crossed. May God bless his family and friends.
We just learned of Doc's going to be with God this weekend from Don and Bette Nelson. We have such wonderful memories of playing volleyball with Doc. He loved to dink it in the corner and beat the rest of us(smile). Our prayers are for Carol and the whole Aumann family to have wonderful memories too of a man with a smile that shined with the love of Christ. Love, Russ and Susan Senti