Dad-I miss you so much...it took weeks to look at this sight and it still breaks my heart your not here with me to care for. I love you we became buddies not just a daughter and Father, But friends .Never thought I would be daddy's little girl,lol I am happy for you to be able to be with Mom now and dance in the clouds-just free of it all -give Mom a huge hug for me.-love you both so much. xxooxxoo
We will miss Mr. Martin's presence at family holiday gatherings!
Will miss the many of good laugh,s with Glen.
Glenn, our "Buckeye" friend and neighbor shall remain in our hearts and prayers. We shared many laughs, memories and Hersey chocolate candy bars.
He expressed how much his family meant to him.
He talked often, about his daughter Mary, having unconditional love and dedication.
It is an honor knowing Glenn and his family.
God Bless You All.
I will always remember Glenn. His stories of growing up in Columbus were marvelous. Fishing by the river, catching frogs, stealing watermelons with his friends. Getting a job as soon as he could so he could help his mother out. He really missed having a dad, I hope that they are hugging right now.
Richard - Tommy - Mary
Thinking about you and the Martin Family and all the great memories as our families gathered. Also, I did not realize your dad's first name was Glenn until I was about 12 years old. My Dad and Uncle Bill always call him "Martin".
"Big" Joe Tocco
Our family will remember Uncle Glenn and his family in our prayers and thoughts. I especially send my love to my cousin Mary who has personally seen her father through his end of life care. I appreciate all that my cousins Richard and Tom have done for their dad during his last years. I have always been grateful to my Uncle Glenn and Aunt Joan for including me in their family vacation the year we went to Burt Lake.......Love you all!