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Glenn E Benninger

Dubois, Pennsylvania

Nov 3, 1919 - Dec 3, 2011

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You would have had your 93rd birthday this weekend. Not a day goes by I don't think of you, grandma or mom. Thank you again for all the help you've ever given me, and thank you for all the knowledge that you taught me. I can only hope to pass on your kindness to my kids that I learned from you.

I love and miss you every day,


Brenda and family,

robin lalka

I love and miss you sooooo much papa. I wish I could just give you a great big hug. I know you're with grandma now, and uncle ricky and uncle keeny but it's not the same. I love you papa.

Glenn, It is a sad day today since you have passed. We should be glad now that you are free of pain and now with those you have loved and missed so very much. We will cherish your love and memories forever. You were one of the kindest persons in this world. There will never be another person like you. Thank you for sharing your love with us and your kind words and wisdom. You were more like a dad to me than a step-father and that is how I felt you as towards me. We all love and miss...

Glenn,You will be missed so very much.You are out of pain now and with mom now in heaven!
Love & miss you alway's,
Robin,Marty,& Lindsey


Glenn's Obituaries

Glenn E. Benninger, 92, of DuBois, passed away Saturday, December 3, 2011 at the DuBois Nursing Home. Born on November 3, 1919 the son of the late Leonard and Gertrude(Chittester) Benninger. Glenn was employed by Ford Motor Company in Buffalo, NY and served in the United States Army. He was a...

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