Linda Speirs, a sad day for you all but beautifully done in these strange times. Thinking of you all.
Thanks everyone for the kind words and the memories. It means a lot to the family as we were not able to give Dad the send off he deserved today due to the restrictions. We would have loved to have you all there with us today. Once the restrictions ease we will organize a get together so we can toast Dads life with you all
Hi Sue and family
So sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. He gave me lots of encouragement at WHS. Sadly missed.
Nora Elliott and family
Dear Sue & family
Glenn was a true gentleman, a pleasure to work with and an honour to have known.
Rest in peace my friend.
My condolences to all.
When Helen informed me of Glenn’s death, the early days as children came to mind when Glenn’s parents lived in Warrandyte. We would visit regularly along with all the other cousins, there so many of us it was like a holiday camp.
They were always good days. Glenn being a few years older than the rest of us could keep the peace.
A lovely service for a wonderful, generous & fun loving man, who will be dearly missed. Glenn was a huge part of my life from a very young age right through to my wedding day where he was MC, not a tough job for Glenn!
So many fond memories, deepest condolences to Sue, Tristan, Ethan, Trish and extended family.
Dear Sue and Family,
My thoughts are with you at this sad time.
My enduring memory of Glenn will be the Festival Pet Show last year, where he stopped every dog owner within ‘coo-ee’ of the stage and invited them to join in. He was amazing, and really enjoyed himself, as he had each Festival through many, many years.
I also recall endless school council meetings skillfully chaired by Glenn, as he worked tirelessly to develop and improve Warrandyte High School. He was a dedicated supporter of our school, and the Warrandyte community.
Hi Sue and Family, Sorry to hear of the passing of Glenn. Its so sad to write into words about him, he was a wonderful man and a great person to have around. We were so happy and glad when you both were able to come to our wedding over 10 years ago and for him to also be able to do what he did so us on that day, meant the world to us and we will ever forget it. Your family will ever forget him as well cause he lives inside you in your hearts, thoughts and memories that you have made over the years. Love from Alan, Meagan and Jack.
That was a lovely funeral service and wonderful memories of Glenn. It brought back fond memories of fun times we all had together, especially the JAG bbq’s. Alan also remembers working at the office in Mitcham with Glenn and John and drinks at five o’clock! Great memories.
+I am grateful to have been able to share in this lovely tribute to a long time friend – Glenn. Sue has put in an amazing effort to keep Glenn at home for so long and giving him the best quality of life possible under trying circumstances. My sincere condolences to all the family.
Rest in peace now Glenn x
To dear Sue, Trish, Tristan, Ethan, Helen, Marion and Heather. I have so many special memories of Glenn. We were neighbours growing up and I can still see that boy riding his beloved Palamino. He looked like something out of a movie!! We had so much fun with the whole family.It was a fun house to visit, especially at Birthday time when Jack would attach the Shetland ponies to the little cart and take us for rides around the paddocks. Glenn, thanks for the friendship, fun and laughter.
Sue, Tristan, Ethan & families,
A fitting reflection on the contribution of Glenn to all those he encountered during his life. His bright smile and banter will be sorely missed by all. Take solace in the many happy memories that you have shared together. Love to all from Ann & Steve.
Technology is wonderful,living in Qld we felt like we were attending the funeral,a beautiful send off for Glenn,an amazing man taken to soon,sending all our love to the family,love Rhonda, & Alan Bellinger. xxxxxxx
My dearest Pop,
Today was hard not being there to say goodbye. My love for you is unconditional, you were such a smart talented and gorgeous man whom I am so grateful to have known.
Thankyou for all the christmas, birthdays, coffee morning and every moment we spent together.
You are now at rest in peace riding your bike, drinking your coffee and relaxing looking at the sunset.
I love you with all my heart
From your eldest grand-daughter Ashleigh
We will miss our chats and those Sunday breakfasts at the nurseries.
Hi Sue and family. So sorry I couldn’t be there. The tributes to Glenn, especially Tristan’s, captured Glenn’s spirit to perfection. I’m sure you could tell us many more wild tales about your Dad, Tristan. Look forward to catching up with you all as soon as possible. Love, Marion
My deepest sympathy to Sue and to Glenn’s children and grandchildren…and to his close friendsof many years
Was very sad to hear of Glenns passing. He was always up for a chat and laugh. Best regards to his family. Dale Ziesing
I was sad to read of Glenn’s passing, we were Real Estate work colleagues in Blackburn some 45 or so years ago. It was not long after his first wife had passed away, our Boss at the time, Wendy Simpson asked me to keep an eye on Glenn, so he and I did keep company and I came to know Trish very well. The last time I saw Glenn was several years ago at another colleagues funeral. Fond memories.
My deepest sympathy to Sue and to Glen’s children and grandchildren…and to his close friendsof many years
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