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Lt. Glenn Wilkinson, 46, of Bayport, New York, a firefighter with the New York Fire Department.

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Published in The Blade on Sep. 16, 2001.
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September 11, 2020
Wilk - We continue to remember you and all the fallen heroes on another anniversary of 9/11. Just checking in again to let all those know they are not forgotten. Hoping all is well with your wife and children. Thanks for continuing to be our guardian to do the right thing in our lives, as you lived yours. Miss you my friend.
GARY FLYNN
Classmate
September 11, 2020
Lt. Wilkinson,

Remembering your ultimate sacrifice you made today when you unselfishly answered the call to serve your fellow man. You, your family, and fellow heroes will always be in my payers. You will never be forgotten.

CWO3 Jason Frisch, USMC (Ret.)
Jason Frisch
September 11, 2019
Lt. Wilkinson,

Remembering the ultimate sacrifice you and your fellow brothers made that day. I wear your name with pride around my wrist and will always continue to do so. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family not only today but everyday. Let your bravery and sense of duty continue to be a shining example to others who may follow in your footsteps.

CWO3 Jason A. Frisch, USMC

Jason Frisch
September 11, 2019
The years pass, another anniversary of a dreadful day is recognized, and those memories still continue to haunt us all. The heroic acts from you and all of New York's bravest and finest are not forgotten my friend.
I know I have said this many times but it truly was an honor and a privilege to have you as a teammate, classmate and friend. You always stood up for the underdog and know you would continue to champion the charge to eliminate bullying from our society. You hated that type of behavior, I remember those deeds well, especially at an age when that type of peer pressure was at its pinnacle, but you always knew it was not right. You were bigger and better than that kind of meanness to another person. Another lesson learned from "The Wilk". Thank you for continuing to give us all the moral compass to do the right thing and honor your legacy.

Gary Flynn
LMHS 73'
Gary Flynn
Friend
September 12, 2018
Mrs Wilkinson I am sure you do not remember my husband and me but we helped you years ago out at river head I spent the day in the hospital with you waiting for your brother to come. The time I spent with you made me realize not only was your husband a hero but so were you by pulling your family together and continuing on. I think of you and your family often and want to thank your husband for sacrificing his life to help others. Prayers are with you
September 11, 2018
Thinking of you today and always my friend. You are a beacon of light to us all on how to conduct oneself; selfless, humble and treating others with class. You are not forgotten my
fellow Panther and it was an honor to run on the same court with you! My thoughts and prayers continue to be with your family. God bless you my brother, and all those lost this fateful day.
Gary Flynn
September 11, 2018
It has been 17 years since that horrific day. Your name remains on my wrist and I continue to serve in your honor. My prayers are always with your family as well as with all the heroes that gave their lives that day.

CW03 Jason Frisch, USMC
Jason Frisch
September 12, 2017
Wilk -Remembering you and all your brothers with another anniversary of terrorism on our turf.
You continue to inspire us my friend! Will never forget the sacrifices made by all on this tragic day in US history.


"It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice" - Well said Wilk.


Gary Flynn
LMHS 73'
September 11, 2017
Lt. Wilkinson,

Another year has gone by. I continue to serve proudly and your name is still wrapped around my wrist. You would of been proud of your fellow firefighters in Houston risking their lives to save and help others. Was down there with the Marines and thought about you how you gave yours to save others. May your family continue to live strong and be blessed. You and your family continue to be in my prayers and always will.

May God continue to bless this great country of ours and bring peace to the world.

CWO3, USMC
Jason Frisch
September 11, 2016
Lt. Wilkinson,

15 years later and I still remember that day like yesterday and the sacrifices you and your brothers made. I continue to remind others of your sacrifice and wear the memorial bracelet that bears you name. Still proudly serving this great country of ours in remembrance of you. This past summer I made my way to the memorial in NYC and found your name and visited the museum. Very profound experience. God bless you and your family.

CWO2, USMC
Jason Frisch
September 9, 2016
Hello again my friend - here we are, 15 years have gone by without you here with us. Where does the time go? It seems like yesterday we were banging the boards in the LMHS gym and now many of us are watching our grand kids run up and down the floor. We all know you would have relished in that role of grandpa, but heroes make sacrifices, and you my friend are just that, a true hero and leader of men. I consider myself very fortunate to call you my friend, my teammate, my classmate.
Thanks for being our guardian angel. Remembering you and all those heroes who paid the ultimate price on 911.

WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!!!
Gary Flynn
September 14, 2015
Always remember, never will forget the hero's of that ill fated day. Especially LT. Glenn Wilkinson...RIP knowing your legacy lives on in all those remembering the kind of man and leader you were.
Neil Johnson
September 11, 2015
Dear Wilk - remembering you not only on this day but everyday my friend - your compassion for others continues to inspire us. God Bless all who lost loved ones on this tragic day. Never Forget!
Gary Flynn
September 11, 2015
Lt. Wilkinson,

Always remembering and will never forget. Still serving my country in honor of you and your brothers. May God bless you and your family.

CWO2, USMC
Jason Frisch
October 27, 2014
ALWAYS REMEMBER , NEVER FORGET !!!!!
John Szczech
September 12, 2014
Thank you Glenn,my thoughts and prayers and thanks to you and your family.
Eileen Martin
September 11, 2014
Wilk - "It's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice." is a quote that had great significance to you. We all know why - it defined you! You continue to lead us with your legacy. Thank you my friend, we will never forget.
Gary Flynn
September 11, 2014
Glenn, I am still here, still serving, and will always remember and never forget what you and your brothers sacrificed for your fellow man. You and your family are always in my prayers and thoughts.

CWO2, USMC
Jason Frisch
September 10, 2014
Remembering.....and praying for your family still.
Susan Perfect
September 10, 2014
I light this candle for Glenn Wilkinson a hero who gave his life protecting others. His memory lives on as so many have not and will never forget!
Neil Johnson
September 10, 2014
Glenn, on this 13th Anniversary of 9/11 I still think of you often, your heroism, and your dedication to the men you lead. I am so sorry your family has had to carry this horrible burden of going forward without you in their lives. Thank you for your sacrifice and dedication to duty. We will never forget, NEVER!!!!! Neil
Neil Johnson
September 20, 2013
Glenn, I remember you From LMHS with my brother Kenny You guys played football and maybe Lacroose together. I'm sure you and Kenny are together, talking about old times. Glenn, not only are you a HERO but you were also a true Gentleman. May you rest in Peace, as you watch over and protect Your Loved ones. You will never be Forgotten, NEVER. God Bless as you fly with the Angels above.
Helen Lemieux
September 20, 2013
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
Helen Lemieux
September 14, 2013
Another year has yet gone by, but "Wilk" like all the other victims of the 9/11 tragedy, will NOT be forgotten. You continue to be an inspiration for many of your LMHS brothers and sisters, thanks for watching over us like always.
Gary Flynn
September 11, 2013
Glenn, on this 12th Anniversary of 9/11 I think of you, your family and how much you are missed. Knowing your wife and children had to go on without you is beyond any words, I am so sorry. Thank you for your sacrafice and dedication to duty. We will never forget, NEVER!!!!! Neil
Neil Johnson
September 11, 2013
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson,

There is not a day that goes by that I do not look and read your name on my braclet. I continue to pray for you, your family, and your fellow brothers who were taken from us on that day. Proudly continuing to serve our great nation.

CWO2 Jason A. Frisch
USMC
Frisch Jason
September 11, 2013
My niece was living in Brookyn in 2001 and she sent me a shirt she purchased as a fund raiser from her local Fire House (629). The name on it is Lt. Glen Wilkinson, Engine 238, 106 Truck. I have worn it every 9/11 since, to work and now I'm retired. I will ware it only on 911 as long as I live. God Bless Glen, his Family and the USA.
Dale Flowney
July 29, 2013
Lt. Wilkinson ,
Thinking of you and your family today. Your heroism will NEVER be forgotten .
Watch over us all.
Catherine
April 21, 2013
My late husband Capt Bobby Dulin purchased a "dog tag" on a chain after 911 with Lt.Wilkinson's name engraved..He hung this over his rear view mirror til he passed 3 years ago...I then hung this tag along with my husband's on the rear view mirror in my car....I now have "2" angels riding with me everyday...and they both give me comfort..Hope the family has found comfort and peace.
Beth Dulin
September 11, 2012
Remembering your heroism once as we mark the 11th anniversary of this tragedy. May God continue to bless all whose lives you touched. WE WILL NEVER FORGET
Daryl, Susan, Will & Tanner Perfect
September 10, 2012
Lt. Wilkinson,

I continue to wear the bracelet with your name inscribed on it. There is not a day that goes by that I do not think about horrific day. I still stand my post and will never forget the reason I still serve as a United States Marine. You, your family, and your fellow brothers will never be forgotten and will always be in my prayers.

CWO2 Jason Frisch, USMC
September 10, 2012
You continue to be an inspiration to all those who were privileged to know you and be considered your friend. You are not forgotten Wilk.
Gary Flynn
September 8, 2012
God bless you and your family , we will never forget.
September 8, 2012
God bless you and your family always . We lived a few blocks from your family. Our children attended the same school. Your sacrifice will NEVER be forgotten.
Catherine
June 7, 2012
Mrs. Wilkinson,
I do not know you, and you do not know me. I did not know your husband, and he did not know me. However, last night at the BBP Senior Awards celebration your words made me feel that I could have known you both in another life, under other circumstances. Your family's beautiful tribute to your husband's memory brought more than tears to me eyes and compassion to my heart. I prayed grace and peace over you and yours. Your family has given us what we can never replace for you. Your husband gave the ultimate, the all, in an action that, based on your words last night, exemplified his character. Thank you for sharing with the BBP community. My husband is proudly working at WTC to rebuild tower one. We will not let them destroy us. You remain strong, and diligent, and yours will be your reward in heaven at the feet of the Father with your brave husband. I pray that you are well, and that peace and grace may find you and settle your heart this day and all of your days.
~ A friend
September 14, 2011
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Denise Fagan
September 12, 2011
You were a hero in our house long before 9/11, and you are missed every day.
Bob Mackey
September 11, 2011
I participated in the Nashville Tn 911 Memorial Stair Climb today. I was honored to represent Lt Glenn Wilkinson during my climb.
Gabe Hannah
September 11, 2011
Thinking of you and your family. You are truly a Hero. I remeber you from LMHS and what a nice guy you were.
Margaret Januszkiewicz
September 11, 2011
Glenn, As I think of you today I remember your strength and bravery...but I also remember your wonderful sense of humor and the joy you took in your children. You will always be our beloved brother.
Marianne Mackey
September 11, 2011
Shortly after 9/11, I recieved a t-shirt bearing LT. Wilkinsons name. Since then, I have tried to find what I could about him. Although I didn't know him personaly,I will keep his memory as long as I live.
Steven Herbster
September 11, 2011
Thoughts of you and your family are always in out hearts
Doreen & Bob DeSoto
September 11, 2011
Today, on this 10th anniversary, we honor and remember your service and sacrifice.
Peace to you, your family, and friends.
Chris Wilkinson
September 11, 2011
We will never forget ... Rest in Peace and God Bless
John & Maryanne McCurry
September 11, 2011
I've always admired your love and passion for your family, friends and your career. Thank you for your braveness.
Billy Wilkie
September 11, 2011
I've always admired your love and passion for your family, friends and career. Thank you for your braveness.
Billy Wilkie
September 9, 2011
Glenn, time has passed, so much has changed but one thing remains the same...We will never forget what happened 10 years ago this Sunday. Your sacrafice and the sacrafice of all the others who lost their lives that day will never be forgotten, never! Neil Johnson
Neil Johnson
September 9, 2011
We will never forget ... Rest In Peace ... Lighting this candle in your honor on this 10 year anniversary
Maryanne McCurry
September 9, 2011
10 years---we will NEVER forget! The sacrifices of you and your comrades will always be remembered. Lighting a candle in your honor again
Susan Perfect
September 7, 2011
Lt. Wilkinson,

Though I never met you, your name is on the wrist bracelet I wear everyday to remind me of the sacrifices made on that horrific day. You see, I bought the bracelet from the WTC Memorial Center across the street from the site. I picked a blue bag out of many not knowing the name that it bared and it was yours. You and your fellow brothers will never be forgotten on my watch.

WO Jason Frisch, USMC
Jason Frisch
August 19, 2011
Love you brother.

Jimmy
Jim Wilkinson
August 19, 2011
I'm your second cousin, and visit your resting place every year when I go to my Mon's grave. My son goes usually with me. I leave a stone or some flowers and say a pray for you and your family. The last time I saw you you were just a boy and your dad was alive. I'm sure the two of you are together. God Bless
Patricia Taggart Rennhack
August 15, 2011
My teammate, my classmate, my friend. I think about you often for inspiration when the going gets tough. I know you are so proud of your children and they miss you every day. I am sure you and Fernie are sitting under the Big Top in the sky having a beer :-). So until we meet again my friend, you will always be remembered because you cared so much about others.
Gary Flynn LMHS '73
May 13, 2011
Glenn this is your "little cousin" Cathy, never to forget the motorcycle lessons, the "olympic language" Jim and I tormented u with or the love I always felt from u. The good guys never stay around long enough, till we meet again, u are loved!
Cathy Turnbull
May 7, 2011
Margie sending "hugs" to you and your family.
Bonnie Ott
May 7, 2011
We love and miss you Glenn! Mike, Theresa, Katie and Brendan
May 6, 2011
Brother in Christ. Although i am very familiar with Engine 238 in Greenpoint Brooklyn i may have met you responding to an alarm for Greenpoint was my place of birth. I hope and pray the Lord will comfort you and your family during a very difficult time but we all know this is our calling in life. God bless and keep you and all those who mourn your passing. All of the men in the services who passed will always have a place in my heart.

In Him
Frederick Rewkowski
Chaplain Apex Fire
Frederick Rewkowski
May 6, 2011
"it's nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice." Glenn you were always both. You will forever be in my thoughts.
Jerry Duffy
March 13, 2011
I was very blessed to have known you so well growing up. Your wife (my godmother) and children were like a second family to me. When I look back at my childhood, I have many fond memories of you. God bless your family, and may you always rest in piece Glenn. We will always miss you and have you in our hearts. Nicole Sinkowitz
Nicole Sinkowitz
September 11, 2010
Uncle Glenn you would not believe what the world is like these days. A lot has changed but one thing remains the same, the Yankees are still winning. I'm sure you would be busting my chops right now about the Mets but I'm use to it. I don't want to put anything sappy because I'm sure you would want sports talk instead. I love you and miss you Uncle Glenn. I was telling stories about you all week. I'm so proud to say that I am related to a true American Hero. I'll be the only U.S History teacher at Tallwood High School that can teach their class about the American spirit and use their own family as an example. What I would give to wake up in your basement apartment again, listening for the footsteps of Kelsie, Craig, and Kevin so Junie and I can go upstairs and have cinnamon toasties and juicy juice on your dining room table then go play in your backyard. You will always be remembered.
Danny Hartman
September 10, 2010
Remembering Lt Glen and his family. Lighting a candle in his honor tonight. 9 years have gone by and we will never forget
Susan Perfect
May 16, 2009
Hello, I am a Deputy Sheriff in Palm Beach County, Florida. I recently saw Lt. Wilkinson's name on a memorial at Palm Beach International Airport. Although I never had the opportunity to meet the Lieutenant or his family, I'm sure we are related some how. Please accept my sincere condolences, you are all in my thoughts. Godspeed, Lt. Wilkinson.
Randy Wilkinson
March 9, 2009
Dear Glenn,
As a 7th grader at Levittown Memorial I was scared to death of the "big guys' after practice. One day one of those "gig guys" stole my elbow pad. You took it from him and gave it back to me. You didn't even know me... That small act of kindness changed my life...I wasn't afriad any more..... I'll see you in Heaven and say hello.....LMHS '78
Kenneth Daly
September 17, 2008
Glenn,

As another anniversary of 9-11 passes thoughts and memories of you still persist. You were just one of those guys that cannot be forgotten. Your love of family, God, job and country were obvious to all who knew you. You'll always be a hero in my eyes. I pray that you have found peace and that your family has carried on as you would want them to.

Never forget!

Neil
Neil Johnson
September 11, 2008
Another year and we still remember the fallen. Bob is a friend of ours and he truly keeps your memory alive. You ARE a hero. The Wilkinson Family will be especially remembered today
Susan Perfect
September 10, 2008
Glenn, you are truly missed and never forgotten.I love you always.
Robert Wilkinson
September 10, 2008
Hi!This is Sarah.I live in Georgia now.I have alot of friends.I am in 2nd grade.I saw you when I was a baby.Do you remember me?I wish I could see you now.I am 7.My birthday is in March.I'll be 8 then.My baby sister is getting big!You would love her!Daddy says you are a hero and we miss you.I lkie soccer and basketball.I like the Jets too even if it gets Daddy mad!You would laugh when I tease him about the Giants!I like the Mets too.We miss you!
Sarah Wilkinson
September 10, 2008
Sean,Sarah and Christy
Uncle Glenn I wish you were still here!Daddy misses you alot and talks about you alot to us.I'm 8 now.I love baseball,soccer,football,hockey,basketball and a little bit of golf.I love the Yankees just like you and I go to Greenbrier Elementary.My best friend is Harrison.I made alot of friends.You are my friend too.We miss you so much!I love you!You are a great hero!
Sean Wilkinson
November 17, 2007
I have a memorial T shirt with your name on it. It inspires me to give more as a minister. I plan to wear it to church tomorrow and share what it means to give it all. 1 John 3:16
This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ laid down his life for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers.
Wesley Fleming
September 12, 2007
sept. 12,2007 It's still so hard to believe you're gone. I think of you often.
God bless you and your family. I have great memories of times spent together. Your are my hero.
patricia mcandrew/cioffi
September 11, 2007
You will never be forgotten.You are remebered every day, not just on 9/11.You were a good,kind man and all of our future generations will hear about how you lived your life.God bless you always.
Robert Wilkinson
May 25, 2007
Glenn,

I just wanted to let you know that we continue to remember you and how you sacraficed so that others may live. Everytime I look at your picture on my office wall I am reminded that I knew a hero and his name was Glenn Wilkinson.

Neil
Neil Johnson
April 19, 2007
In memory....
P Tabbernor
September 30, 2006
God bless the Wilkinson family!
Susan Perfect
September 11, 2006
I grew up in the house directly across the street from your family, at 32 Glade Lane. Levittown now seems like a million miles away. My younger sister and Linda and I played together. My older sister and Junie were friends. My brother was friends with Glenn and Jimmy. I don't know if you remember me, but I keep your family in my thoughts. I am so sorry for your loss. On this 5 year anniversary, I just want to thank you Glenn and family for your tremendous sacrifice. I hope you all find peace.
Eileen Martin (Elsner)
March 21, 2006
ill make you proud uncle
Danny Hartman
March 15, 2006
Glenn, I miss you and will forever love you brother.
Jimmy
James Wilkinson
February 17, 2006
Cousin Glenn, you are loved and missed by all of us.rest in peace with the Lord. I will never forget you.You remain an example of courage that I will teach my children about until I'm gone from this Earth.We love you!
Robert Wilkinson
September 12, 2005
Yetserday, 9/11/2005, I had the honor of wearing a ribbon with Lt. Glenn Wilkinson's name on the 4th annual QuickThrottle 9/11 Patriot Ride with over 1,000 fellow motorcyclists from all over California. May you rest in peace. We have not forgotten.
Jorge Moreno
February 2, 2005
Gone, but never forgotten...........May God bless you and your wife and children, now and always.
Neighbor
September 11, 2003
Glenn,our thoughts and prayers remain with you and the family as yet another year passes. A fun loving cousin, playing in the yard in Levittown, gone to be a hero, too soon. With love, Jack, Barb, Eric and Chris Lent.
Barbara Lent
September 11, 2003
Although I did not have the privilege of knowing you or your family personally, my children attend the same schools as yours do. You paid the ultimate sacrifice for your bravery to run into the building when everyone else was running out. Thank you for your service to the people of NYC...God Bless You Mrs. Wilkinson and your children. Another bright star is added to our sky in his name. One day we will meet and I will give you a big hug.
@~>~~~ A Rose for you
With Love and Prayers,
Patty,Mike,Michael and Cody Mede
Patty (Norman)Mede
September 11, 2003
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson--our hometown (Bayport, Long Island, New York) hero. Your heroism and sacrifice will long be remembered--thank you. I am sorry I did not know you personally.

Every time I drive down the street in front of the Bayport Fire House named in honor/memory of you I say a special prayer for your wife and children--may God bless and comfort them always.

Most sincerely,
Chris
Christine March-Kazen
September 10, 2003
Lt. Glenn Wilkinson
Even though I've never met you, you are a true HERO. It takes a lot of courage to go into a building that has caught on fire. I am so proud to live in the U.S.A. & proud to have people like you that will sacrifice their own lives to help others. May God be with your family. You will always be remembered by this Nation. God Bless you & your family.
Raquel Herrera
April 27, 2003
Glenn,

I just became a firefighter about a year ago and my mother purchased some dog tags from the internet in memory of those who lost their lives on 9-11-01. Luckily, I got yours and I wear it with pride. I put it on my fire coat and you go with me on every call. I feel that you will watch over me and guide me through anything. Thanks for all that you have done, you are a real hero.

Your fellow firefighter,
Michael Large
Michael Large
October 9, 2002
Glenn,

In my office at work I have a framed picture of the New York sky line as it was prior to 911. I also have your picture and a story about you in that frame.

People constantly come in to my office and read about you and how heroic you were. I am proud to say I knew you and I am certain I will see you again.

I remember a time when we were playing high school football and you played for a week on a broken leg before you finally went to have it put in a cast. You were tough! So your heroic acts were no surprise to me. I think about you often and pray for your family daily. One day we will all be reunited and we can thank you for touching all of our lives.

Your Levittown friend, Neil
Neil Johnson
October 6, 2002
As I sat on a bench in Calverton Cemetary after visiting my fathers grave I felt so peacful and then noticed I was sitting on your memorial bench - your name on the plaque and flowers and flags were in the area. I was very touched to feel that I was in your place of peacefulness, I wish your family well.
The Benedetto's
September 11, 2002
On the anniversary of your death, we remember you and thank you for your unselfish act of heroism Though I never met you, I have learned through your cousin, Janine, what a wonderful husband, father and person you were. Rest in Peace! I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Carol Berry
September 10, 2002
Glen, There is not a day that goes by that you are not remembered. May God Bless you and your family.Love Margie's cousin Elsie Brunemann.
Elsie Brunemann
September 10, 2002
Dear Lt. Glenn Wilkinson,
I will miss seeing you at the fire house picnics and talking to you. You are a true hero. You were a great father, friend, and person also you proved that you had a lot of nerve. God knows you are a hero and a great man in every way. I hope you rest in peace in heaven. You took your job to the max and loved it. You served your country well. All your brothers miss you and engine company 238 and ladder 106 will never be the same without you. God Bless you and your family.
James Galatro jr.
September 10, 2002
Glenn, You are the true epitomy of a hero not only for your actions on 9/11 but for the incredible father you were to your children. You will never be forgotten. May God bless you always and watch over Margie, Kelsie, Kevin and Craig. Love your cousin, Janine
Janine Miller
September 9, 2002
You have touched so many lives.You were a great person,and are missed so much.God has taken a very special person.
Judith Roschilla
September 9, 2002
Not a day goes by that you are not on our minds. Your children will grow up knowing that you made the ultimate sacrifice. You are a hero for not only NYC but for our family. We are treasured to have been a part of your life. You are the most compassionate and loving men I have ever known. You will always be my hero and my quardian angel. I miss you.
Heather Sinkowitz
September 4, 2002
Glenn,

My daughter and her classmates made over 1000 wristbands to be worn in honor of those who lost their lives on Sept.11, 2001. I am honored to be wearing yours. You are a hero! God Bless You!
Lori Baumgarten
July 16, 2002
Glenn,
You are so missed. You are the ultimate hero!!!!!!!
God Bless you in Heaven!!!!!!!!!
Your cousins in Florida think of you often. Our prayers are with Margie and the children!!!!!!
Patricia
Patricia Locke/Douglas
July 3, 2002
Glenn,
We recieved your name on a bracelet to remember people who were lost on that Sept. day. God Bless you and your family. We will always remember you...
Leslie Hackney
June 11, 2002
**********GOD BLESS YOU**********
Angie Campbell
May 5, 2002
I knew you as a child, loved you as a young child-I didn't have the honor
to know you as a the fine young man
your aunt Mary always told me you were. You will be in my prays and heart. cousin Mary Jane
Mary Jane Lent
January 14, 2002
Dear Glenn... It does not get easier as time goes on...I realize more and more that I will never hear your voice or see you again.It makes me very sad...You were such a good person...I could try my whole life and never could be what you were...you are a Hero brother and you are loved beyond belief.See you in Heaven
June Wilkinson_Hartman
January 8, 2002
Glenn,it has been my great pleasure to have been your friend.May the Lord protect your family and keep them safe.Rest peacefully my friend.Your pal,Vinnie
vincent mucci jr.
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