“To the Calloway family. I worked with Glen at the VA as well as his mother Gracie, Like they say like mother,like son. I really admired Glen with his gentleness and loving kind-ness and warm heart. Glen was admired at the VA Medical Center by the patient's as well as the staff. When I would see Glen after his retirement out at Walmart he always would stop and talk no matter where we met. I also helped with his care in the ICU at the VA and got to meet his beautiful daughter Leslie whom...
“To Pat and the Calloway Family: Faye and I were very surprised to hear about Glen's death. I had seen, talked, and (of course) laughed with him several months ago. It was always a "good time" when you saw Glen. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you! Sincerely, Reggie and Faye Shareef
“God's Blessings to the Calloway family.
“My prayers and sympathy are with you all. May the Lord bring you comfort and peace during this time. When I would speak with Glen he would always speak of his relationship with the Lord and that was comforting to know. May you find confort and strength in your memories you had with him.
“My prayers and thoughts are with Glens entire family. I worked with Glen for over twenty years. We always talked about tennis and we laughed alot together. I greatly loved and respected my brother.
“To Leslie, Alvin and the entire Calloway Family,
I am greatly saddened to read of Glen's passing. He and his mother and father were very dear to me. I knew all of them through my work as a speech pathologist at the V.A. Medical Center at Salem, Virginia.
Glen was my doubles tennis partner in the tennis tournaments he organized for everyone's enjoyment. I not only had the opportunity to PLAY the game of tennis "with him ON MY SIDE", but as a result of HIS skill we WON...
“To Glen's Family,
Glen talked about his grands and children in between our tennis play. He was a wonderful tennis partner. He was always pleasant. I also new him as a runner and walker over the years. I will miss him. I find it hard to believe that he gone.
God Bless You All.
“My prayers are with you and your family.
“May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived. Glen and I had just updated each other about our children at Walmart approximately 3 weeks ago, and he was bragging about his wonderful grandchildren and how it takes alot to handle all their energy, but he keeps up!! We shared some thoughts on aging and shared some laughter! I will miss his quick wit, gentle smile and his servants heart. May God Bless and comfort you all today...
Deacon Glen Leslie Calloway, 64, of Roanoke, passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2013. He was born on September 6, 1948, to the late Andrew (Charlie Ann) and Gracie Calloway. Those left to cherish his memory are his daughter, Leslie (Lee) Allred; grandchildren, Tylik, Leeyah and Trinity Allred,...Read More