Glenn Shelton
1949 - 2017
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Glenn Shelton

Indianapolis - Glenn M. Shelton, 68, formerly of Louisville, passed away November 26, 2017.

He served in the United States Marines in Vietnam, earning a purple heart.

Mr. Shelton's family information is unknown. The funeral home is inviting any Veterans, organizations, or members of the public who would like to attend his services. Visitation will be held Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at Indiana Funeral Care, 8151 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis. A Veteran themed funeral service will follow at 1:00 p.m. Burial will take place privately at Indiana Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Madison, Indiana.




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Published in The Indianapolis Star on Dec. 10, 2017.
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April 17, 2018
Larry Banyash
December 18, 2017
To You and Your Family:


Numbers 6: 24-26

Thank you for your service. Enjoy HIS rewards.



A fellow vet
December 18, 2017
Godspeed brother.
December 17, 2017
Semper fi brother! Rip. See you in Valhalla.
Keith Hunsinger
December 17, 2017
Thank you very much for your service to our country Mr. Shelton. I SALUTE You Glenn. God Bless You and may you rest in peace.
A fellow veteran David Weaver.
David Weaver
December 17, 2017
God Bless You my Brother ......my heart breaks that you had no family to see you off....but it is also lifted to see the outpouring of people who didn't know you, but certainly respected you ...Godspeed .....

Ralph Pizzani
December 17, 2017
To the Family of Glenn Shelton

May the loving memories that you have, warm your heart and God's word comfort you, during this very difficult time in your life.

C.J. Indianapolis, IN
December 17, 2017
Thanks you Glenn shelton for your service. USMC LOVES YOU......
December 16, 2017
Semper Fi Sir! May your light shine down on your other fellow soldiers who follow behind you in your footsteps. What a sad thing to not have any family to see you off and show their respect one last time. But, even so, you had our Savior above who will also greet you in Heaven along with your lost family and brothers and sisters in arms who have gone along before you. What a beautiful day it must have been when you seen our Lord and savior. When he took you by the hand and led you thru the promise land. What a day, glorious day that must of been! RIP and thank you for your services.
Frank-Tami Hernandez
December 15, 2017
I had the privilege of caring for you, although I did not know your entire history, I knew you were a brother in arms. Thank you for your service Mr. Shelton, GOD SPEED, till we meet again at heavens gate! Tony H., U.S. Army
tony Hoffmann
December 14, 2017
Rest Easy Marine
Gregory Gardner
December 14, 2017
Semper Fi Marine. Thank you for your sacrifice! Welcome home.

Robert Getz
PV2 U.S. Army 1982
Robert Getz
Military
December 14, 2017
Semper Fi! , Marine. Thanks for your service in a very unpopular and mislead war.

B Vaughn USMC
Vietnam Vet 1972
December 14, 2017
Semper Fi brother.
Dan Heiges
December 14, 2017
Glen i did not know you personally but as brother veterans i knew you well ! Go rest high on that mountain sir your watch is done ! Until Valhalla brother !
Mark Louvier
December 14, 2017
God has Blessed America with Patriots like you Mr. Shelton. My family will be Forever in your debt! Today,my son stands upon your shoulders and serves Our Country Honorably because men like you served with Honor ! Semper Fi and Guard heavens gate until the Enemy is vanquished...
Kenneth Ortiz
December 14, 2017
Semper Fidelis rest in peace. #risefor devin
Melissa Kelley
December 14, 2017
Hail and farewell Marine. RIP
George Everett
December 14, 2017
Semper Fi brother. May Valhalla embrace you. Your life was one of purpose and courage. Your foot prints have left their mark for the rest of us and shall not be forgotten. You helped this country live which allowed the rest of us to be born to pick up the fight. Thank you.
Angel Kain
December 14, 2017
Rest In Peace. Your duty is done. Semper Fi brother.
Robert Detchon
December 14, 2017
Semper fi brother!
Bobby Campbell
December 14, 2017
R.I.P. Brother, we have the watch now.
Ret. Army Spc. Gator
Ed
December 13, 2017
May you rest in peace sir, thank you for your service.
Kiko Deguzman
December 13, 2017
Semper Fidelis Devil Dog. May you Rest In Peace.
1stSgt, USMC, Retired,
Charles Shuller
December 13, 2017
Semper Fidelis brother. Rest In Peace Warrior God Bless you.
Charles McDaniel
December 13, 2017
RIP Marine Semper Fi
December 13, 2017
Bless you... your brother and sister Marines welcome you home.
Cat DeVine
December 13, 2017
Semper Fi Marine!
James Daley
December 13, 2017
Semper Fi Marine job well done!!!!!
You are not forgotten your brothers and sisters in arms carry your legacy with them everyday though they may never have seen your face.
Your great deeds inspire the younger Marines to aspire to be better than they are at all times. This great nation owes you so much and the debt could never be paid but we all did what we did because of Honor, Duty and Courage to defend the Constitution! You did this and spilled blood doing it, I am honored to have served alongside your brothers and sisters in my service, They and I are so very proud of you and salute you as you are transferred to God's kingdom and eternal peace!!!


USN Retired
Kevin Shoopman
December 13, 2017
Soar with the Angels Glenn.thank you for your service
Theresa Welhoelter
December 11, 2017
I Never knew you but thank you for your service ... RIP....
Arlene Groseth
December 10, 2017
Thank you for your service! Though I did not know you, we walked the same halls at Manual and at MCRD. Semper Fi good and faithful friend!
Charles Patrick
December 10, 2017
Thank you for your service, sir. Though we are strangers, I know now you walk arm in arm with our Lord. May you now find peace and enjoy your everlasting life.

I hope that all our brothers from days long ago, reunite in that Home that you now reside. And while we remain on Earth, we will never forget you or others who put their lives in front of others, regardless of branch of service, rank or privilege.

God Bless.

An old Air Force Vet
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