Annie-Glenn-Obituary

Annie Glenn

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DIED
May 19, 2020

Obituary

Annie Glenn was the widow of astronaut and senator John Glenn and an important advocate for those with speech disorders.For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I met John and Annie Glenn several times, they were a big inspiration for my life. I will miss them. My condolences to her family. Henk Stroo, Amsterdam

To Lyn, David and family, our most sincere condolences from the children of Anne Whitesides Alexander. We loved your mother, and enjoyed time spent with all of your family. Mama was so proud to call your mother her friend. In a time when grief cannot be shared, we are sending our love and prayers for your comfort. Your mother was courageous and such a great role model. Her tireless advocacy for those with speech disorders was so admirable. Please know that we are grieving with you. ...

Please accept my sympathy. I am a former supporter of late Senator Glenn. Sorry for your loss.

To The Family Of Annie Glenn,

I Shall Never Forget Such A Wonderful Kind Lady, I will always remember Her 100th Birthday Party, so many Balloons , and She Looked like a Princess with Her Hair and Make up on, Waiting for Her Prince to Show Up Her Laughter was Short , but to the Point, Thank You Both For Letting me Take Care of Her while she at at the Nursing Home on 4th Floor

To The Family Of Annie Glenn
Thank You Both For letting Me Care for Your Mother at Johanna Shores, She was One Beautiful Lady, Very Kind, Her Laughter was one of a kind.... little , but short to the point, made you laugh when you heard her laugh. At the table, She kept on asking me, where John was, and then she told me, he probably went to the store again,.... I was So Sad when She Passed away, I remember Her 100th Birthday Party, You put make up on her, and...

We send our condolences and our prayers to the Glenn family and their many friends. May her good work continue. Thank you for supporting her over the years.

Dear Lyn, David, and All Family,
We are saddened to learn that your dear mother, Annie Glenn, has passed away and we send heartfelt condolences to you. She will surely be missed, and never forgotten. She was amazing and inspirational.

We appreciate her decades of diligence, courage, and sacrifice helping others with a stutter and other communicative disorders. Her passion for helping others has endeared many people to her, even people who never met her personally. Ms. Annie...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.