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.