Jul 18, 1921 – Dec 8, 2016 (Age 95)


July 18, 1921
December 8, 2016


GLENN--John. The members of The Lotos Club mourn the loss of their distinguished colleague and longtime friend, John H. Glenn, and send condolences to his family.

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My condolences to the family. May the God of Comfort. continue to comfort the family.

I was a 10-year-old children when they donated me a book called Mercury Project.
On those pages I met the seven astronauts of the program. Glenn immediately became my hero. Today, two years after his death, I want to pay tribute to him with my affectionate remembrance.
Rest in peace Ancient Pioneer of the space.

to john glenn a American hero I met with john glenn two time in maine I have his autograph

I will missed you. Rest in Peace.

A member of the armed forces myself, with 34 years. He has been an true blue inspiration during my younger years while in the Air Force. God Bless Glenn and his family.

We from from the Central State University's Research Office of the Land-Grant Program would like to express our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Honorable John Glenn. His untiring support for Science,Technology, Engineering and mathematics (STEM) education has benefited many underrepresented, first generation college students at Central State University and other places. His support has paved the way for numerous scientific discoveries and many technological advances. He was...

Mortar Board was proud to claim John as a member. Please accept our deep sympathy and know of our most sincere regard for the way that he lived Mortar Board's Ideals of scholarship, leadership and service.

I was only 10 years old when Mr Glenn went up in space! So exciting! What a good, long, exciting life well lived! My condolences to the Glenn family.