Jan and family, My heart was so sad when I heard of Glen's passing. I always enjoyed working with Glen at Santa Clara Plastics. I am glad I got to see him again, even though it had to be at your Dad's funeral. I am sorry I cannot make the gathering at the park today (July20) due to prior commitments. God bless you all!
We have taken awhile to write only because finding the right words is not easy. Glenn was such a cool kind of guy! Jack was a fellow ROA with Glenn and they did enjoy some fun antics!! Good memories will always be had of dear Glen. We are here if you are ever down our way. Much love, Val and Jack Richter
Jan, though we have never met, I'm so glad that Glenn had you in his life. I remember him from high school and always thought he was a great guy. We, the Class of '66, will miss him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Beverly Cerrito Gilbert, Hornell New York
To Glen's family...Glen is remembered as a kind person with a terrific smile. Bless you all as you mourn.
Jan, Maureen and I send our deepest sympathy. I feel blessed that over these past months Glenn and I were able to talk on a weekly bases. I will miss those calls and his laughter as we talked about old times growing up in Fredonia and about our tours of duty in the military . He was a gentlemen's gentlemen, a great friend and I will miss him dearly. Rest in peace my dear friend.....
During the short time I was able to spend with Glen he touched my life forever. Thoughts and prayers go out to you Jan, we are here for you.
Scott Prisbrey and Kenny McGrath
Please know that his classmates from Fredonia Nigh School Class of 1966 have him in their thoughts and prayers. We will miss him dearly.
Truly sorry about Glen. Every now and then Tom and I would exaggerate even more the exploits of ROA, of which Quack was an original member. We loved the way we lived at that time because we were all so different, but so much alike. We liked how we grouped together without being bound by the Frat mentality of the time. Please be assured that I'll always remember him as the least braggadocio of all of us, and at that time he seemed like the most level headed too.
We all loved Glen and hope he's found some relief where he is now.
Jan, I am very sorry to hear about Glen. My sympathy goes out to you. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Janis True
My condolences to Jan and family, Glen will be missed by many. Godspeed Quacky and may all of your arrows fly straight.
May this candle light your way to your final resting place. God be with you on your journey and give peace to the loved ones you left behind.
My deepest sympathies go out to Glen's family and friends. I worked for a short time with Glen when he first arrived in Boise. He was present at my wedding to my husband, Richard, in June 1992. He always had a smile on his face and laughter in his eyes. May God be with you in your time of sorrow. Sandy