Waldo Glock Jr.

Las Cruces, New Mexico

Age 87

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My family and I are the English friends mentioned in the obituary. Waldo and I met at GWU in 1943. I left the USA in 1945 but we wrote to each other frequently. When we met again nearly 30 years later it was as though we had never been separated. 70 years is a long friendship by any standards. We will miss his visits, our endless discussions and lighter moments. A most sincere friend for whom I have the greatest respect. Remember the good times, Sharlene. Eric V Nelson

Well Sharlene ... Lets remember the many many good times, Cal

Sharlene I am so sorry to hear about Waldo. Glenda and I send our condolences.

Jill and I send our condolences. We remember fondly the stories Waldo told about your trips to Spain.

Dear Sharlene, Janet and I are deeply sadden by the loss of Waldo. Please accept our condolences. My parents regarded the two of you as the most special people in Las Cruces. I regret I did not get a chance to show Waldo all the great pens I have collected. You both are in our thoughts. Bob and Janet Frank, University House, The University of New Mexico

Dear Sharlene:

Please accept my sincere condoleances with the departure of Waldo.
A real gentleman who we will all miss.

With fond memories of a wonderful friend and colleague,


Waldo's Obituaries

Waldo Sumner Glock Jr. passed away Jan. 9 at the Good Samaritan Health Care Center. He was preceded in death by his parents Waldo Sr. and Betty Wellman Glock. He is survived by Sharlene, his wife of 45 years. Waldo was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1925, but spent most of his youth in Tucson, Ariz....

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