Dear Patty and Family,
We just learned of Russ' passing and want to express our symphathies to all of you. We've talked w/Russ over the phone since relocating to Texas, but our health made it difficult to get together in person with both of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Russ was such an engergetic person with a great smile. We'll remember him fondly.
Bruce and Irma Armstrong (formerly of Lexington, Ohio) and daughters Melanie, Kim and son-in-law Kirk.
I always enjoyed working with Russ. He was one of the best. I will remember his smile.
Dearest Cindy and Family, My sympathies are with you all. As a frequent visitor to the Glenn household growing up I always felt so loved by Mr. Glenn and the whole family. You are in my prayers. Cindy miss you much and think of you more often than you know.
Dear Patty and family,
I had the pleasure of flying copilot for Russ on a number of trips. He was a super aviator and epitomized what a Captain should be and do. We grieve with you at the loss of this man, but we also celebrate his life of helping others.
One thing I remember about Russ is the visits he made to Ohio on a regular basis, spending time with Aunt Louise (Snook). It meant so much to her. I was impressed that he could jump on a plane just about any time he wished and make the big trip from Texas to Ohio so easily. I'm sure they are having a wonderful reunion in heaven today. May God comfort your family during this difficult time.