Rosemary-Glenn-Obituary

Rosemary Kent Glenn

Chelsea, Michigan

1930 - 2020

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Glenn, Rosemary Kent Aged 89, died peacefully of natural causes on Mother's Day, May 10, 2020, with her family nearby in her apartment in the Silver Maples of Chelsea Retirement Neighborhood in Chelsea, MI. Born May 12, 1930, in Evanston, IL, to Charles Sledge Kent and Irene Isabella Schuler...

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Robert and Rosemary were kind and gentle people. They have been missed in the Marquette and NMU community since they moved to Chelsea. Please accept our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother, Mother-in-Law and Sister. They cherished the Symphony Orchestra and the Community Foundation and played a fundamental role in sustaining both organizations. May God bless all of you as you grieve. Sincerely,
Gail Anthony, CEO
Community Foundation of Marquette County

Seeing Rosemarys picture brings a smile to my face. Rosemary served as President of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program Advisory Council when I was a new, inexperienced Director. She was always quietly there leading with kindness and grace, and a little smile. A life well lived for sure. My heartfelt condolences.

I am sadden to hear of your loss Tama and Deri. I know you will miss your Mom very much. My condolences to you and your families.

I have so many fond memories of Rosemary when I first moved to Marquette as a young woman in the arts. Rosemary served as a mentor and inspiration. Thank you Rosemary for your kindness and support.

Your parents' support, kindness and generosity toward the Marquette Symphony Orchestra will always be cherished.

We will always remember your parents fondly. They were a wonderful couple and a great part of the Marquette community.

The White Rose Bouquet - VASE INCLUDED

Dearest Tama and Deri, your mother was a remarkable woman and your parents had a truly inspirational love story. They are now united with Minde and I hope that is of comfort to you. Much love, Patty