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Glenn Ray Greer

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Aug 12, 1941 – Oct 5, 2017


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Reyers North Valley Chapel Obituary

Glenn Ray Greer, age 76, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday October 5, 2017 in the company of his family and in the comfort of his home. He was born in Lancaster, Kentucky to the late Gordon and Blanche Greer. Glenn is also predeceased by his sister Shirley Hohensee and brother-in-law Tom...

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I was so sorry to hear about Glen. I am so thankful for the few months that we were able to re-connect through FaceBook. Glen and I were in the same class in school in Meservey, IA.
I extend my deepest sympathy and prayers to the Greer family.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Judy. Reading thru the messages I can tell Glenn was loved by many. He truly was a loving, gentle man and will be missed tremendously. We are here for you, Judy, always. XOXOXOXO

My cousin Glenn was a wonderful man. I remember him as always having a smile. I loved him dearly. I am praying for peace for his family. Sue Pals

My deepest sympathy to all the family. He will be missed.

Mary Ruzicka-Savage

Glenn will be missed by all the employee's at the Cherie Inn...Glenn is a long time supporter and friend...God Bless Glenn.

Glenn was a true friend to me and I know he will be missed very much. My sincerest sympathy and prayers for Judy and the Greer family.

Glenn was a guy of many talents. He was a skilled electrician, a great fisherman, a good cook and a pretty good golfer too. We shared some good times at GM, fishing in Canada and on many golf courses. As well as being very thoughtful and kind to others, he was an honestly good person. A pleasure and privilege to know as a friend. I am sure he will be missed not only by me, but anyone and everyone who knew him.

So sorry for your loss. When someone you love becomes a memory the memory become a treasure so treasure the memory
Matt 5:4,5


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