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September 23, 2013
I just accidentally stumbled upon this and am crying. He was my role model at Fort Lewis. I worked for him, was in awe of him, and tried to emulate him. He always made me realize that I had to be me in order to do what our country needed. I can still remember the Butler family and the Marsh family (we filled an entire pew +) at Fort Lewis Sunday Mass. I'm sorry about rambling but a soldier needs to take a stand. He was a role model for all of us, as a soldier, husband, and dad. Dear God, please welcome him home.
September 17, 2013
Claire,
Please know how shocked and saddened we are to learn of Glenn's passing. I think often of the wonderful days we shared at Fort Lewis. No greater friend, leader, or mentor ever walked this earth. May you find comfort and peace in the memory of your years together.
September 12, 2013
He made a significant impression on a 21 year old kid trying to grow into his stripes. The first step in becoming a leader is to be led well yourself. He met the mail in that regard, and I will always regard him as a Soldier's Soldier. His legacy is broader than most could imagine.

Brad S. Flaten
C/2/47 Inf
September 09, 2013
The Marsh family has meant a huge amount to us through the years. I remember many many times sitting listening to Gilbert and Edna talk about their son and proud they were of him; as a son, as a man, grandfather, and serviceman. He was a special man and our hearts go out to your whole family. We're praying for all of you.
September 08, 2013
Reading the latest Army Times, I was shocked to learn of Glenn's death. I first met Glenn in 1978 while serving as the CSM of the 3-47 Inf, a sister battalion to 2-47. Later, while the Commandant of the NCO Academy at Ft Lewis, I again had many close associations with the General. My last contact was in 1987 while CofS 1st Corps, Glenn did my final reenlistment which allowed me to serve for 35 years. I followed his career and was delighted each time he was promoted. The soldiers lost a great mentor and we all lost a truly great person. We are all better for having known him.
CSM Stanley V. Harris, Retired
September 07, 2013
I was a college roommate to Glenn.. Though I have not seen him since college, I have kept up with his career I am deeply sadden to learn of his death. May he rest in peace.
September 07, 2013
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS YOU HAVE MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY, MR. MARSH WILL BE MISSED MAY YOU FIND STRENGTH TO CARRY ON AT THIS TIME. PSALMS 59:17.
September 05, 2013
I was sad to see LTG Marsh's obituary in the Army Times. I was a brand new 2nd LT, a transportation corps officer in 1978 wondering why I was in 2/47th Infantry BN. Then LtCol Marsh made me feel like a part of his team and was a great mentor to me. I stayed in for 30 years and alot was due to his leadership. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
September 04, 2013
Rest in Peace General Marsh.
September 03, 2013
Dear Claire,
My most sincere prayers for you and your family. LTG Marsh was instrumental in my husband's selection as one of the first group of non-combat arms Garrison Commanders. Your husband was an inspiration to all he met. LTG Marsh was a "country boy", like my husband, whom I lost last year. It is hard for those if us left behind but we must rest knowing that so many people knew and loved him and that he is in "Glory Land". My prayers are with you and your family.
Camille Summerlin w/o COL Ronald G. Summerlin, former Garrison Cdr, Ft McPherson, 1993-95.

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