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March-19-14
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.
March-17-14
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.
March-15-14
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.
March-15-14
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.
March-15-14
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.)
March-15-14
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.
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