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July 27, 2014
7/27/14
Moore Family
My Brother Chuck and I were fortunate enough to have Glenn as our head counselor at Trout Lake Camp. We became close at the reunions with Buzz Aldren.
I tried to reach him to tell him Chuck was seriously in trouble at Newton Mem. Hospital ICU with failed organs. He is thankfully better after day 7 and the family remains positive for a full recovery.
Very sorry for your loss.
I am trying to reach Claire by phone today.
Bob Markarian
201-845-3775; Cell 201-694-6422
April 13, 2014
My sincere condolences to Claire, Dan, Doug, and Jeanne. Glenn was such a sweet man. God bless you all. XO
January 01, 2014
I just found out about Glenn's passing. I wanted to post here in the online guest book so I revived it for another year. I lived next door to Claire and Glenn in Lincoln Park back in the 1950s. I went to Trout Lake Camp in the summer of 1959 when I was 9 yrs old, and had never been away from home like that before that. Glenn and Claire were my surrogate parents that summer at camp, and really looked out after me. Such a wonderful man, he always called me "sweet Kevin". I had such a fondness in my heart all these years for Glenn and Claire, and their kids who were like brothers and sisters to me while I was living in Lincoln Park. I sure will miss you - so glad I got to see you just a few years ago at my parents memorial burial service. We were all family, at Church, at camp, on Mtn Heights Ave for all those years! Reading all the guest book entries brought tears to my eyes- such a wonderfully kind man that did so much with his life, and enjoyed it so much! Love to you all from all the Shaws, may your spirit and good nature last forever! Kevin and family
June 16, 2013
We are sorrowful for your loss but grateful for the memories we share with such an inspirational person.
Mary and Dan Shumeyko
June 16, 2013
Hustle, Harmony, Humility, Honesty. The BHS tennis team met for the new season and Coach Moore said, "I want you to remember the four "H"s now and throughout your life:
Hustle--Do your best always no matter how you feel about yourself or the situation.
Harmony--Understand that you are on a team. Help your team mates and we will all be successful.
Humility--We will win and we will lose. Always be gracious in both situations.
Honesty--Be true to yourself about your ability in everything you do. Apply yourself and it will all work out now and for the rest of your life.

Thanks Coach Moore. God bless you.

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