Glenn M. Longtin-MacNeil
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Glenn M. Longtin-MacNeil, Formerly of Lowell, MA. Passed away on May 2, 2020 in Mount Dora, FL. He was the son of Richard F. and Paula (Barnes) Longtin. He was a graduate of Lowell High School.
He is survived by his spouse Brian J MacNeil of Mount Dora FL, his brothers Richard F Longtin Jr. and his wife Charlene of Springdale, OH, Keith Longtin and his wife Melissa of Mount Dora, FL. His stepmother Patricia (Reid) Longtin of Zellwood FL. He is also survived by 5 nieces and nephews, Brian, Mark, Cassandra, Abigail and Benjamin Longtin.
Burial will be private with the internment at St. Mary's Cemetery, Tewksbury, MA.
Donations in his name may be made to the American Cancer Society.
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Published in Lowell Sun from May 11 to May 31, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
Im so very sorry to hear of Glenns passing. I had the privilege to work with Glenn, Brian and Keith years ago at QXS. Although my memories still feel like it was yesterday. We werent just co-workers, we were friends. So many laughs and so much fun! He was full of life. So loyal and honest and one of the funniest people and the best sense of humor of anyone Ive ever met. I cherish my memories and hold them close to my heart, always. You were wonderful. Even though I hadnt seen you in several years, Ive thought of you often and always meant to reconnect. Im so deeply sorry I hadnt. Thank you for my wonderful memories my friend. Rest peacefully. All my love Charlene. ❤
Charlene (Trigones) Cotter
May 26, 2020
Dear Glenn, I will miss your dearly. The past twenty years has been a wonderful life with you. I will always the cherish the good times we had together in my memories. I know you are finally at peace, and with your mother, father and Gizmo in heaven. You put up such a brave fight the last two months. May you rest in peace.
I love you,
Brian MacNeil
May 24, 2020
Where do I begin. Its been a couple of weeks since you left us. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you or miss you.
Over the years we have gotten so close and had so much fun with you and Brian. Now I cannot believe your have been taken away from all of us so soon. You were loved by so many both past and present. God took you way so soon for many reasons unknown.
Our family get togethers over the last couple of years were so memorable and full of laughs. You put up a hell of a fight the last couple of months and were so unselfish and never complained. You worried about everyone else's issues and always helped out and that speaks to what type of brother you were.
You were full of life, laughter and attitude and that is how I will always remember you.
Now your pain free and resting with Mom, Dad and MoMo. Now you all can watch over the rest of us to make sure we get things right. We will carry on your best traits and always ask ourselves what would Glenn say.
The kids, max & pebbles miss there uncle Glenn so much. It hurts to know your not around anymore and in time I have all the wonderful memories we shared with all of us. This was an unthinkable passing and God chose you for a reason.
Get rest you deserve it after your fight and we will meet again some day to talk about it. Say hi to Mom and Dad.
All my love to your brother and may you rest in peace and enjoy the second chapter.
Keith & Melissa
Keith longtin
May 20, 2020

These past few years have been wonderful to reconnect and experience your exuberance for living. There are a few people in life that have an infectious personality like yours. You always made us laugh with your quick whit and animation of the story.

You knew time was short while you fought courageously to keep your promise with each passing day. You are finally at rest as you succumbed to your illness. Ill be looking for the Red Cardinals now that youre with mom and dad.

The emptiness will pass in time as we begin remembering the best of times. Well be sure to use a pop of color to remember you bye and who knows maybe even a ooh wee as acknowledgement.

Rest In Peace my brother,

Richard (Dickiee) Longtin
May 19, 2020
Dear Glenn,

Dad would be so proud of you and the fight you fought. You and Dad were so alike. These last few years with you and Brian made us so happy.

I will miss our talks and the way you could make me laugh.

You are now pain free and with Mom and Dad. Rest in peace Glenn.

Brian, my deepest sympathies to you.

May 14, 2020
Brian, I am so sorry to hear about Glenn. I have not seen him since High School, but we had a lot of laughs. May he Rest in Peace.
Mary Chandonnet
May 14, 2020
May 13, 2020
I will miss you Glenn. Your humor, kindness and a bit of sassy attitude is something I will never forget. I enjoyed every time Lynne and I got together with you and Brian. My condolences to Brian and the Longtin family.
John Teichert
May 13, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
David Pelletier
May 13, 2020
Words can not express how heart broken I am . I will miss you forever my beyond funny and lifetime friend. Love, Lynne
Lynne Teichert
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