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Glenn Edward Bailey Obituary
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February 25, 2018

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November 20, 2012
Happy Thanksgiving, going to Mom's will miss you. Love you. Dinah
June 22, 2008
Oh my goodness. My name is Lisa Rochford and I am the daughter of Marie Dale Bauer and the granddaughter of Elsie Lorraine Duncan. I googled some of our lost Texas family and came up with this site. I last met Glenn, along with many of the other Baileys, when I made a trip back to Lake Dallas with my parents and Elsie. I still remember that trip very fondly. We would dearly love to get back in touch with any of Sammie and Glenn's family. If anyone out there is still reading this page, please get in touch with us so we can reconnect.
July 10, 2007
To Daddy,
Today is your birthday. I would be very glad for me to see you. I miss your wisdom, sense of humor, intelligence, love, and perspective. When I am faced with tough decisions or thinking what is fair I try to imagine the advice you would give me. You are still steering the boat and yelling orders as the boom swings over my head. I remember sitting outside on Ledbetter looking up at the stars and you telling me if you have children you leave a legacy behind when you die. When I eat good food, partake in liquid refreshment, and enjoy friends and family-I celebrate your life. Love, Elsie
November 11, 2005
Grandpa Bailey
Glenn Bailey was a nice old guy.
He gave meaning to that song "fly for a white guy."
He married his one true love, Sammie Bailey.
And when they were together, they looked Oh so happy.

They had many kids, eight girls and a boy.
This made their house full of joy. It went from oldest to youngest. Which was Jo, Jeff, and Brodean. Then Aunt Dinah, Liz, and then Elsie.
Then last but not least.
There was Dallas, Ro and Mary. Which completed part of this big ol' family.

Then their kids had kids.
And so on and so forth.
But it all turned out good,
for what it's worth.
Cause now we are part of this loving family.
Thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey.

If only I could have let him know, how much I truly loved him so.
I miss him too.
And I bet we all do.
But there's nothing really we can do.
Except pray on the days we miss him the most.
For his spirit is with us and he is close.

He is probably in heaven,
on cloud seven.
Kickin' it back with Elvis and John Lennon.
Talkin' about the days ever since birth.
Until their last days here on earth.

If they could tell us something, It would probably be;
don't just sit here and cry over me,
go on with life and be free.
Cause its too short to be sad or angry,
so take advantage and live it right.
Live it up each day and night.

-Missy