Gen Marsh was a good person and outstanding Army Officer. He is missed. I am an old friend and comrade in arms. If any member of the family reads this, I would like to contact Mrs Clair Marsh.Please call Col(ret) Lee C. Smith or Sissy at 334-389-3071. Thank You
Glenn Marsh was my OIC while was in the Command group at Fort Lewis as a Major(P) and a LTC. He was a good teacher and a friend. - SSG Ervin
Sir. I will always be grateful for the impact, that you, and your family, had on my life. The many fond memories... that I recall often. Thank you.
General Marsh was a great man and soldier. What an incredible loss to all who knew him. He'll be remembered by so many as a role model and made us want to be better people.
COL (ret) Bob Mackay and Susan Mackay
We learned of Glen's passing thur the Aviation magazine. Please accept our condolence. We were shocked by the news. We tried to contact you at your previous phone number, but it had been disconected. Please call us at your convenience, we would like to hear from you. We were sad when we read the magizine. If there is anything we can do, please let us know. Our phone numbers are; home: (334) 699-3639; cell (334) 389-3071 and our new address is 135-1 Hidden Creek Circle, Dothan, AL. 36301.
God bless you and your family during this time of morning. Love Lee & Sissy
I've met Gen Marsh twice during my career. 1st time was at Ft. Lewis when I was a cook for 3rd Bde from 83-85 and again as an Infantryman in the Berlin Bde from 87-90. he was a great man and great leader and He'll surely be missed.. My condolences goes out to his family.
I am sorry for your lost. I was in the Berlin Brigade under him. He was a good leader. Looked out for his soldiers. My heart goes out to the family and my prayers too.
I was a young SP4 in the Berlin Brigade. I won the Regimental Soldier of the Year Competition, this is how I came to know LTG Marsh. He treated me with respect and showed genuine interest in me and my family. He was a great Infantryman, Leader and Kentuckian. My heart goes out to his family for their loss.
To the Marsh Family,
Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of a really great person in LTG Marsh. I will never forget when he took command of the Berlin Brigade and made the comment that "Infantryman Do Not Wear Mustaches". My prayers are with you. Col (R) Vern Harris
I remember Jeff and Regina very well from our days as classmates at Berlin American High School. My heart goes out to the entire Marsh family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.
Sharon (Sams) Sopp
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.
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.
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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
Rest in Peace General Marsh.
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.
A true Soldier's Soldier. A great leader and friend who will be missed. The interest of enlisted soldier were always near and dear to him. God Speed Sir!!!!
A soldier's soldier. He was a great leader and wonderful friend. Loved his country and family. God Speed Sir!!!
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
The pain of losing a love one is something we never get use to.may God's spirit empower you with strength and courage as you face the coming days. My condolences to all.
Barbara and I are shocked and saddened. Glen was a highly intelligent resourceful and humble man and outstanding General. He is with God now.
So Sad about your loss. Your family is in our prayers and thoughts always.
Thank you LTG Marsh and your family for your service to our wonderful country. Prayers and condolences. May Angels guide you swiftly to the gates of Heaven.
With deepest sympathy to the Marsh family during your time of grief...God is for you a refuge and strength, A help that is there to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead...(Psalm 62:8).
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dear Marsh Family,
I'm so sorry about the loss of your loved one. (Eccl. 9:11, 12). Always pray to the Hearer of Prayer. - Psalms 65:2; 83:18.
I am sorry for your loss may our God comfort you during this sad time.
Irene and I are saddened to learn of your family's sudden loss.
Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
I Never met Mr.Marsh,From reading about Him and His kind acts He was A very loving Person,I am very sorry for your lost,May the family have peace.
I have never wrote in an obituary guest book. I thought it fitting that I was now compelled to do so by General Marsh, a man I know who could push people to be better then they thought they were. I first met him in the summer of 1975 when he was but a Lieutenant Colonel (and I still see him as a LTC in my mind), I was 11 years old. We lived across the street from his family in Ft. Lewis and I was buddy's with his son, Jeffrey. A friendship that has continued to this day. I remember causing him so many problems from trying my new wire saw on his patio pillar to problems in the Army during my own service. When I heard of his passing I was shocked. I never imagined death could come to a man I remembered as so intimidating, so stern, so hard. When General Marsh walked in the room you knew it. I have viewed this as a second loss since I believe we all lost something when he retired from the military. General Marsh seemed born to lead, born for the military. It was nice to here his transition to civilian life was a happy time for him. I am so sorry for your loss Mrs Marsh, so very sorry.
I am reminded of a story. Don't arrive at your funeral in pristine condition. Arrive worn, dirty, tattered and tired, with the attitude of "Wow, what a ride." From the outside looking in, General Marsh's life seemed like a "Wow, what a ride" kind of life. Well done sir.
My deepest condolences to the family. LTG Marsh was a wonderful leader and person. With his passing, it is truly the end of an era.
I'm so sorry for your lost May God be with you and your family.
Blessings and condolences.
I attended Berlin American High School during LTG Marsh's command and counted his son John as a friend. On behalf of my father who always spoke highly of him and who passed away last August also at the age of 73 I send my deep condolences to John and his entire family. I'm certain there is a place in heaven where soldiers like my dad and LTG Marsh get to spend time and talk about the old days. RIP General Marsh. Sincerely, Eric Fitzpatrick
Soon God will wipe all tears from your eyes.
Claire: Kathleen and I send our deepest sympathy. What a great leader he was. We cherish our time together in Berlin.
Bob and Kathleen Wood
We were shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden passing of Papa. He was a kind and gentle man who we feel blessed to have known for the last several years. Our prayers are with each of you. Much love, the Scharff's
Avec mes plus sincères condoléances pour votre perte terrible. Mai lieutenant-général Marsh se reposer confortablement dans les bras aimants de Christ et ceux qui passaient devant lui.
With my deepest condolence for your terrible loss. May Lt. General Marsh rest comfortably in the loving arms of Christ and those who passed before him.
My sincere condolences to the family of General Marsh. while I did not serve directly while in Berlin (86-88, as I was the First Sergeant at USAISC-Berlin. I did get to meet him and his son John. He was always interested in the soldiers welfare.
SGM(Ret) Robert A. Patterson, Jr.
USAISC - Berlin
With deepest sympathy to the family.
May the family and friends of Caryl Glenn Marsh please accept my sincere condolences. He was obviously dedicated to whatever activity he chose to be a part of. Let the "peace of God" bring comfort to all who cared for him.(Philippians 4:7)
I am so sorry to learn of Glenn's passing, and I thank you for placing the obituary in the The News Tribune. While we did not know each other for a lengthy period of time, Bill & I enjoyed the times we spent with you. Bill especially enjoyed the trip to Eastern Washington to observe the training of the soldiers. He was extremely impressed with the quality of the training and the dedication of the participants. It is never easy to say that final goodbye to those we love, and my prayers are with you and your family as you adjust to this new phase of life.
9403 SW Quartermaster Drive
Vashon, WA 98070
Dear Mrs. Marsh, I was Special Asst to the DBC,your husband, in Berlin 1980-1981. He promoted me to SFC in November 1980 and you and your husband attended a XMAS party that I hosted (Bourbon and Ginger correct). I had great admiration and respect for him not only as a soldier, but I believe we also became friends at that time. It has been 33 years, but it just does not seem that much time has past. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to you and your family and wish I could attend visitation and the funeral. My prayers are with you and your family.
Charles L. Flora SFC(Ret.)
6697 Waterford Ct.
Columbus, G. 31904 706-327-43350
I had the privilege to serve under then COL Marsh when he was the Deputy Brigade Commander in Berlin. I was the Commander of the 298th Army Band and he was my 'boss". He truly cared about Soldiers. The Army looked at LTG Marsh when they created the Army Values - LTG Marsh embodied what the Army is - PEOPLE.
Dave Ratliff, CW5(Ret), AG
We bid a fond farewell to a genuine American hero and a distinguished and much loved Army General. All of us who served with Glenn have admired and appreciated his always down to earth brilliance, strong work ethic, and unfailing good sense of humor. Claire,Regina. Jeff.John: the Stones are all praying for your healing. GOD BLESS YOU, HOWIE/HELEN STONE
I worked with Glenn at Cubic Applications for many years and can honestly say that he was always one of my favorite people. Although I didn't see him that often, when our paths would cross at a meeting or offsite, I looked forward to that warm smile and the endearing personality that I know his family must have cherished. He will be missed in all circles but never forgotten. My deepest sympathies to all of you.
We were very saddened to learn of the passing of LTG Caryl Glenn Marsh. Attended U of KY where we were both members of FarmHouse Fraternity. Enjoyed lunch with Caryl in May 2013 to renew friendships from FarmHouse days. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Claire and family.
On behalf of my family, we had the honor of sharing time with the Marsh family in Berlin. My father, the late, Col (ret) Ben C. Hardaway, Jr so very respected Gen. Marsh. They shared a Kentucky and University of Kentucky connection. As a dependent of a service person in Berlin, our community was enriched by the efforts of Gen. Marsh and his family. I thank you for your kindness and service and wish you much peace during this difficult time as a star shines brightly over us all. You will be missed dear Sir.
We are very saddened to hear of your loss of Papa and would like to express our sincere condolences to you and your family. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. May Papa rest in peace with Angels in Heaven. We love you!
It is with great sadness that Janice and I send our condolence to Claire and the family. Glenn was a leader whose talents were recognized by the Army and his positive impact was felt by many. May he rest in peace.
LTG Marsh was a great soldier and leader. When he commanded the 3d Brigade of the Ninth Division it was obvious that he cared deeply for soldiers, understood what was needed to train them for the challenges which lay ahead, and never spared himself when leading, guiding and setting the example. It was an honor to serve with LTG Marsh. We send our condolences to his family.
Your passing is such a heartbreaking and sad loss to us. Your close friendship will be cherished forever. You were one of the greatest leaders of our time. Your humility and humanitarian approach to life and God will be remembered always. Claire, Jeffrey, Regina, and Jon you have our deepest sympathies and condolences for your profound loss. Rest in peace, Sir.
MRS C Marsh JEFFERY ,Regina JOHN
my deepest condolences to all of you .Your love will be remember in my Church service this Sunday . . know your love is in GOD hands
DR.REV steven campbell
paster of united church of chirst
The members of the Second Indianhead Division Association express our condolences to the family of LTG Marsh. He served with distinction as our commander from 1989-1991. RIP and Second to None.
I remember LTG Marsh as the general who called me into his office to discuss a school issue taking place at Berlin American HS. I was a teacher at the high school and he asked for information before making his decision. I was impressed with his outreach and leadership.
I worked with LTG Marsh, Berlin Bde 1977-1981 and was impressed with him as a great soldier & father. Our children were at Berlin HS & have fond memories of the Marsh family. My thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this sad time. God bless you and He will hold you close in this time of sorrow.
THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS TO LTG MARSH'S FAMILY AND FRIENDS ON HIS PASSING. His service to Our Country Greatly Appreciated. RIP Sir GOD BLESS
ALL THE WAY SIR AND THEN SOME/// Bobby Wingate ABN INF 1973-80 Second to None Trooper 77-78
With our deepest sympathy to the Marsh family. From the first time I met Glenn in 1989 when he served as the 2ID Commander in Korea until our last meeting for dinner in Spearfish SD this past March, his warm and caring smile was his most striking feature. We will miss his annual visit to the Black Hills after his hunting trip. We'll miss talking about the “old days”. We'll miss seeing him standing on the crest of the hill in back of the house early in the morning with Daisy by his side. Glenn you will surely be missed. I'll meet you on the high ground.
I was sadden to here of the passing of General Marsh. He had help me in my military career. I served in Berlin with him and the 101st Airborne. He was instrumental in getting me assigned again to Berlin in 1989. He was a true Leader who cared about the soldiers under him. He was a soldier who walked the talk. It is truly divine intervention that brought us together and without his support my life would have been totally different. I never knew the family but his military family knew and respected him. God Bless all of those who knew him and served with him. I hope to be with him again.
Claire, I was so sorry to hear about your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Glenn Marsh was one of a kind: a man with true character, who loved his family, loved his soldiers, loved his dog and was the best friend one could have. He never faulted in desire to be the best he could be; husband, father, leader, friend and hunter. Glenn, all of us will miss you terribly, you were like family to the Denney family, but the memories will linger on long after the sun rays disappear from the sky. I just can't tell you how shocked and saddened we are to lose such a wonderful friend. May God keep you close to his bosom until we can all meet again. To the Marsh family, you will continue to be dear to our hearts and our prayers are for you in this time of loss.
I wish to express my condolences to the Marsh family. Glenn was a hunting partner of mine in Columbus for the past five years. I have many fine memories of the time we spent together and I was looking forward to making more hunting memories this fall with him. Rest in peace sir. You were a great leader and mentor. I will cherish the time we had together. Respectfully, Neill.
I served on LTG Marsh's staff in Korea. A truly great man! RIP Sir!
My sincere sympathy to Clair, John, Jeffrey, Regina, and all their families. When with us, and during our hunts together, Glenn was always speaking about his family.
I was truly looking forward to hunting doves with Glenn in KS in a couple of weeks, and wild turkey in Oct as he drove north to hunt pheasants. This would be the first hunts when he did not have his job on his mind and how it would limit his days afield. He was a great friend and I admired his counsel. Soft spoken and wise, Glenn was highly respected and a soldier's soldier. I was happy to call him my friend. I helped Glenn load his restored 1952 Ford tractor into the truck he used to transport it to GA. He was so proud of it and looked forward to many future parades to show it off. John will remember how hard it can rain in the spring in KS when sitting in a turkey blind. At least I still have great memories of many fun and challenging hunts with Glenn in KS. Those will stay with me forever.
God Speed Glenn and may the hunting be good for you in your next life!
Our prayers go out to Claire and the entire Marsh family, including his dog DAISY! Glenn was my boss for five years, even though it has not been as long as some of his other colleagues, I cannot forget he was a great man. A leader, great solider, family man, fair to his employees, and a God fearing man. He was the best!! I will always remember he would bring his dog Daisy to work and she would be by his side. I will miss him terribly, and I'm so proud and thankful , that I was able to work for him. I will forever appreciate his friendship and leadership. A man that will never be forgotten. Love Natasha Glab and the Smith family.
LTG Marsh was one of the finest people I have ever met, and it was an honor to serve under him. He will always remain in my thoughts.
Regina and Matt: My thoughts are with you and your family this sad week. I remember how close you were with your Dad, Regina. I am so sorry. I pray your heavy hearts will soon heal and be refreshed with wonderful memories of what a special father and friend you had in Him. I love you guys and miss you very much. With love, Cindy Metz
Our prayers go out to Claire and the entire Marsh family. Glenn was my boss 40 years ago at Ft. Lewis and has been a friend and mentor ever since. I never met a finer man, soldier, leader. He was just the best. I will miss him terribly and am so thankful for the many lessons he taught me and the time he gave me over the years. LTG (R) Bob Clark
Gen. Marsh was my "boss" while assigned to FORSCOM . As the Chief of Staff he gained the loyalty and respect of the entire staff. In fact, he was one of the most outstanding officers in the Army...a great leader, commander and soldier. Since retirement from the military several of us have been blessed to join with him in an annual pheasant hunt on the plains of North Dakota. The fellowship, conversations and, in general, the time spent together was filled with immeasurable joy, fun and inspiration. I will forever appreciate his friendship and leadership. He will be so very much missed.
Definition of a Veteran
A Veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America", for an amount of "up to and including my life."
That is honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.
-- Author Unknown
When Glenn retired on August 2, we were so happy for him and were looking forward to spending more time with him during the turkey and dove seasons. He was such a kind, thoughtful person and we will miss him immensely. He entertained us with fond memories of his childhood, stories of his grandchildren, his love of Daisy, and numerous hunting stories. Our sincere sympathy to his family.
So sorry for your loss. I was honored to serve under Gen Marsh during my time with the 287th MP Co. Berlin Brigade. Clearly a Soldier's Soldier. Rest in peace Sir.
I'm sorry for your loss. He was a great commander.
US Army MP/C.I.D.
The Bentz family had the privilege of serving with the Marshes in Berlin. We will always cherish those days as we had the opportunity to experience General and Mrs. Marsh service to the Berlin American community. A superb combat leader, General Marsh also served as the Community Commander for the Berlin Command and just did a tremendous job in providing the American garrison with the very best facilities, schools, and support activities. We shall miss him so much. Col Bill and Karla Bentz.
He will be missed....RIP Sir...Stand down !!
I saw a soldier kneeling down,
for this was the first quiet place he had found.
He had traveled through jungles, rivers and mud
He'd tasted sweat and shed his blood.
He folded his hands and looked to the sky
I saw his tears, as they welled in his eyes.
He spoke to God, and this is what he said.
"God Bless my men, who now lie dead;
I know not what You have in mind,
but when You judge them, please be kind
when they come before You, they will be poorly dressed
but they'll walk proudly, for they have done their best.
Their boots will be muddy and their clothes all torn
but these clothes they have so proudly worn.
Their hearts will be still and cold inside,
for they have fought their best and did so with pride.
So please take care of them as they pass Your way
the price of freedom they've already paid."
My sincere condolences to the family of General Marsh.
Berlin Brigade 88-91
Claire, Jeffery, Regina and John ... My most sincere condolences. I remember both Claire and Carly in Berlin and admired their long long marriage.
Susan Emerson Wells
To the Marsh family,
So sorry to hear of LTG. Marsh's death. I never served under him but I remember growing up with him. The fun we had playing cowboys on our grandparents farm in Bracken Co.Kentucky. The times we spent at each others a week at a time. He will surly be missed by all. Jeff, Regina and John remember the good times. Tell Clara Pat and I love her also.
Beryl Mattox SFC formally of the
173rd Airborne Brigade
YOUR LOVING COUSIN
Caryl and I go back to our High School Days in Harrison County, KY. Attendend the University of Kentucky where we were both members of FarmHouse fraternity. He and I both shared the love of flight and flew together just out of flight school. He chose the active Army while I chose the Reserve route. Both of us retired from the military, and although I never served with him I know the kind of leader he was and know how fortunate all his troop were to serve with him. I send Claire, Mary Ann and all the family condolences, thoughts and prayers at this time of sadness.
A soldiers' soldier, a psaaionate leader, a patient mentor, and a compassionate friend. God bless you and yours' sir!
I first met Glenn when he was the Deputy commander of the 101st Abn Div. Later in life we worked together at FATS (Firearms training systems) We also shot competition archery together. What a wonderful person! A true hero and friend. God Bless. Jimmie W McCoy
A Soldier's Soldier. Had the privilege to serve under Glenn in the 9th ID. Clair and the family are in our hearts and prayers.
Served with then COL Marsh when he was Chief of Staff for I Corps at FT Lewi in 1985-1987. A great warrior . . it was a shock to read this in the Tacoma newpapers. Best wishes to his family - carry his deeds and actions in your hearts.
Thank you General Marsh for your incredible service to our Nation. My sincerest condolences to the marsh family. From a Retired SFC Cavalryman.
LTG Marsh was a great leader and mentor. I had the oppportunity to work under his leadership at Ft. Lewis, Wa in the early 80s. Sir, you will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family! God Bless You All!
My sincere condolences to you Claire and the children. Glenn was such a great soldier and mentor, it's been a long time since 2/47 IN BN at Lewis in the "Raiders" with Glenn commanding. Keep remembering the good times!
LTC(Ret) Gary Meyer, Gig Harbor, WA
I worked for Glenn at FATS. He was an excellent boss and was like my second father. Gave excellent advice and always there to offer encouragement. A great mentor! He will be greatly missed. God bless his family.
Rolly and I and our son Brannon will deeply miss not seeing Glenn any more this side of life. It was our farm that he and his Military hunting comrades came to every year and he worked his way into our hearts from the start, we loved and respected him. Our hearts go out to you his family for your profound loss and we are praying that the God of all comfort will not only comfort but also strengthen you during these difficult days and for all the days ahead. In Christ's Love
It can be so hard to face the first year without your loved one, but the love of family and friends can carry you through.
Sorry for your loss.
All of your family are in my thoughts.
Lots of love.
Glenn you are always a soldiers' soldier. You were always my leader and a friend. Our time at Fort Lewis, what a great assignment. I am a better person for having known you and served with you and Claire. Kathi and I will miss you. We send you off with a big Hoah!
Thank YOU for your service and for keeping our Country free. Wish we had more individuals who loved and cared enough for our Country that would serve to keep our FREEDOM!!!
With deepest sympathy to the Marsh family during your time of grief...God is for you a refuge and strength, A help that is there to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead...(Psalm 62:8).
If there was a living Sam Damon, it was Glen Marsh.
Sorry for your loss. He is the one general that stands out when I think of my time in the 287th MP Company, Berlin Bde.
Sorry for the loss of your love one, please find comfort from Gods word the bible, as well as from family and friends at this difficult time.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Glenn Marsh made my joint tour with the Army one of the best assignments in my Air Force career. He was not only my boss, but a mentor and friend. He's been my annual pheasant hunting buddy for over 15 years and I will miss him dearly. I offer my sympathy to Claire and all of his family.
Our family has been part of the annual pheasant hunt in North Dakota, where I grew up, for many years. Our hearts are so saddened by the news. We will miss him so very much. Every year we've looked forward to our time with him. He was a true man of character and I was also so thrilled that my 3 boys were able to spend time with him. He was a great mentor to them. He treated us all with such kindness. He always had a smile on his face and was just so genuine. It just won't be the same without him. My deepest sympathies to the Marsh family. We will be praying for you all as you grieve his loss. May you feel God's presence and love in the days ahead. Mark & Deb, Jessica, Luke, Brady & Michael Leverington
I surely loved him. He was a great leader. I would follow him to hell and back. God Bless this awesome Soldier.
Glenn Marsh was a great soldier, an inspiring leader, and a commander who went to any length to take care of his soldiers. He was also an avid outdoorsman and we shared some wonderful times in the field in Korea and Ft Benning. I treasured his friendship and advice.
LTG Marsh was a great leader, mentor and American soldier. He will be dearly missed by all. I had the pleasure of serving under the command of LTG Marsh at Ft. Lewis and the Berlin Brigade. Our sympathy goes out to Claire and all the family.
I was on the usher team for the 5:30 mass for years with Glenn. He always brought a smile to us and was a very nice gentleman. We will miss his presence so much. I was anxious to get to know him better after his retirement. But, God knows best.
He was a great leader; and good friend. Will surely be missed.
Glenn never met a stranger, a man whose love of life touched all that met him and knew him. May God bless his family and may they embrace all their memories of his goodness. He will always remain in our heart.
Glenn was a great soldier and a valued hunting companion during our time together at the Army War College. We had some wonderful days in the field together. We will miss his ready smile and boundless sense of humor.
My family is part of the annual pheasant hunting group that meets in North Dakota every October. My 3 boys, daughter, and wife and myself are sure heart broken to receive this news. General Marsh has been a friend and mentor to me and my boys each October for the past 14 years or so. Every October brought so much joy to all of us, when we reunited. We loved him and we loved Daisy too. He sure loved that dog.
We are so sorry for your loss and we will pray for God's strength during these difficult days ahead. I pray you'll feel His presence and love.
Glenn would always bring a sence of peace and happiness with him to church, often adding a little humor. He was able to share those virtues with others. He will be greatly missed and always admired. I pray for his family to take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow..