“Rest in Peace, Glenn. Your memory will live through all the people you met along the way and will forever be carried on through Phillip and Keanu. Aloha Ka Kou.
“RIP Glenn. You will be missed. We always had fun in school, especially during track season where you were a great athlete. SLHS Track Team [Class of 1973].
“Wonderful memories will always remain in my heart. After watching you go through so much in the past month I know that you are finally at peace and no longer in pain.
To his wonderful mom, dad, son Phillip, grandson Keanu -- may you find strength in your faith and comfort through the memories you hold in your heart. He loved all of you more than you will ever know.
Love to all of you.
“Glenn, although we never crossed paths as far as I know, may You forever Rest in Peace. We were brothers of that elite group called the US Army Security Agency. Thoughts and Prayers to the family.
“My deepest sympathy to Glenn's parents, son and to all the rest of us who knew and loved him. Although we went all through grade school, Jr. High, and High School, it was through our Facebook that we connected and built a wonderful friendship. I miss my dear friend so much already. God Bless all of those who knew and loved him.
Glenn Anthony AtoigueSeptember 25, 1955 - May 4, 2013Resident of HaywardGlenn passed away on May 4th after a valiant two year battle with liver cancer. He is survived by parents John and Mary Atoigue, son Phillip (Noe), and grandson Keanu Phillip Glenn Atoigue of Hawaii, also brothers Gregory...Read More