I worked with Joe for several years, and he was always a kind and gentle soul who's smile brightened a room. We often spoke of our enjoyment of classical music, and on one occassion, he borrowed a double CD set I had, and he came to me one day and laughed and said, "Where is Broadway II?" Apparently, I must have taken it out and left it in another CD Player somewhere. From that day on, anytime we happened to pass one another in the corridor, we would ask each other how the day was and he would then say, "Have you ever found Broadway II?" Of course I would reply, "No Joe, I'm still looking." Beautiful man who was dedicated to everything he put his mind to. May your family find peace during this difficult time.
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Glynn. Over the years I remember him as a kind man who always had such a warm smile. It seems like yesterday that I would see him with Mary. She too would be smiling. My father always spoke so highly of him and really enjoyed golfing with him in their later years. My deepest condolences to you all.
Our deepest condelences to the Glynn family. Joe touched all of our lives and he holds a special place in our hearts.He will be forever in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Annette, Rick, Ariana, Kristina, and Samantha Imbrescia
He was a great father, a wonderful friend to all of us at Hogan and an outstanding example of kindness and respect towards everyone. We miss Janet and we will miss Joe.
Our deepest condelences to the Glynn family. Joe touched our lives and shares a special place in our hearts. He will be forever in our thoughts and prayers. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Annette, Rick, Ariana, Kristina and Samantha Imbrescia
my thoughts and prayers are with all of you.