To The Family of Glen Davis
So very sorry to hear of Glen’s passing! I remember Glen from high school. I had moved away from the Diamond area and wasn’t aware that Glen had settled in Townville! Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers! God Bless You!
Shirley Reynolds Westfall
I am so sorry to learn of Glenn's passing. He was a good man and a dear friend. I wanted to attend the gathering Monday and the service today (Tuesday) but family circumstances did not permit. My kindest regards to everyone. Denny Warp--Meadville.
It is with much sadness that that I hear of Glenn's passing. He was in the graduating class of 1967 and I was in the graduating class of 1966. I had hunted with Glenn and was impressed with his hunting skills. I watched him down a flying grouse with a .22 pump rifle. Our farm was at the end of the dirt road by his house and both of us heavily fished Sugar Creek. May his family be blessed by God to lessen the pain of his passing.
Stanley Wojton Townville class of 1966.
I will always remember Glenny as the funny, charming, and deeply caring man I met as a child. I still hold very close to me now some advice he shared with me when I was a teenager. He had more impact on me than he will ever know. He will be missed greatly by my family and the Townville community!
I am so sorry for your loss.
LuAnn, Linda, Jim and families,
My heart goes out to all of you at this difficult time. Glenn was always so kind and generous. He will be missed by so many.
Prayers and Hugs,
Sonia (Mehalko) and Steve Herz
My condolences to Bryant and the rest of Glenn’s Family.
Although I had only met Glenn a couple times, (accompanying Fred Faivre to Glenn’s “Evening Before Buck Season” party at his house), Glenn lit up the evening with his jovial laugh and a tall tale. Stories of deer hunts past were the talk of the night and plans for the next day’s “First Day” always included good-humored bantering. Glenn made me feel welcome with each visit. Heaven will be brighter with Glenn’s arrival.