In Memory

Glenn House



 
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04/28/11 11:03 PM #1    

Tressie Quebe (Grant)

Glenn was a Very Very special guy. I just remember hanging out upstairs at his house practicing cheerleading and trying on all his mom's Mardi Gras costumes. We had such a blast. We remained good friends at Texas A&M until that tragic day when the world lost a true gentleman. Glenn I think about you often.  Tressie Quebe Grant


08/02/11 09:30 AM #2    

Ellen Bowman

I never called him Glenn because he was Curtis to me in the second grade and he still let me call him that. He was the last slow dance at the eighth grade dance. We gave each other rides home in high school after some of the late night events looking out for each other after obvious mischief. I just loved him! Ellen Bowman

04/02/15 03:45 PM #3    

(Jim) Derek Matjeka

Wow. I had no idea he had passed and so long ago. We hung out a lot as kids, played on Little League baseball teams together, etc. I called him Curtis for awhile myself. He was a good guy and I would imagine the world lost out the last 30 years with him gone. Very sorry to hear this news, no matter how many years belated. Derek (Jim) Matjeka 


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