Hello all, I always admired your dad's spunk, which he obviously had to the very end. The tattoo lecture I received will always be treasured. His ongoing kindness has never be forgotten. Even though it was inevitable, this still sucks. I share your grief.
I will always remember you and Marie. I love you both very much and wish I would've been able to spend more time with you both as I cherished every second I spent with you. I will love you forever. My heart aches of sadness by it is also filled with joy that you are together again. Enjoy your forever together in paradise.
I knew Glen from his time as a commissionaire at IOS at Pat Bay where I worked. His cheerful nature, knowledge, and interest always made visits during his security rounds a pleasure.
By coincidence a few weeks ago I drove the Hope-Princeton highway under severe winter conditions and told a friend about Glen's experiences with a highways department snow-plowing truck that had been modified to operate using a very powerful gas turbine engine.
My thoughts go out to Glen's family for their loss.
We are sorry to hear of Glen's passing. Glen and Marie were our neighbours when they lived on SeeSea Place. Glen always stopped to chat and always had a smile on his face and a story to tell.
It is with great sadness, to hear of the loss of Glen. He was a good friend, and mentor, and I will miss his phone calls. He always had great stories to tell, what a life he had. We all enjoyed his visits, at the shop, at Pat Bay. Tom Ingram (Sidney,B.C.)
Very sorry to hear of your loss. I was lucky to have met your parents during their time camping at Island View beach. Your Dad always had a smile on his face and a wonderful story to share.