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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by Quality Taxidermy Supply, Aug 29, 2012.
Sad to here
Nothing seems to snap us back into the reality of just how frail life truly is than the sad news of the passing of a genuine pioneer in our industry. May Glenn be welcomed into his eternity with nothing less than all the peace and tranquility that is promised to everyone of us at life's end. May his family and friends obtain the comfort, prayers and thoughts of taxidermy.net now and always.
He was a great friend RIP!
Thoughts and prayers to his family. You will be missed Glen R.I.P.
I learned so much from him reading his posts, sharing his knowledge, he made you think about things from a different point of view. He will be missed. R.I.P. Glenn.
Rest in peace Glen.
I remember getting that first free sample of stop rot in the mail and have been using it ever since. Thanks for all you have contributed to our industry. Rest in Peace Glen , Mark
Some times news is just shocking... So many people loved you and so many more were influenced by your love and enthusiasm for the industry of taxidermy! You were a friend to so many and always a nice man to not juts me but so many! I am sad to hear this news but I know you will be missed and your life ever after will echo with the friends and loved ones you leave for now behind! God bless you Glen and my you rest in Gods arms!
Just saw this thread and am deeply saddened by the loss of our friend. I got my first set of reference pics from Glen. Praying his family is comforted.
I wish I had joined in on some of his posts...I enjoyed reading many of his remarks! Our prayers go out for his family.
Thoughts and Prayers go out to Glenn's family and friends. RIP.
Here is his obituary...
Thanks Joey. Hey Id sure love to see a good many of us here at taxinet, his family, sign the condolences link for Glen.
I really cannot say I knew Glen very well. I did have the honor of talking to him a couple times though and was amazed that even thought he KNEW so much he was HUNGRY to learn so much more. Though he was a great teacher he was just as great a student. Taxidermy took a big loss with his passing.
..Glen was a man that truly put his heart into is work..RIP!
Rest in peace glen you will be missed by many.I appreciate all you do for this word and industry. Again thank you glen for all you did for me and everyone else
Condolences and prayers sent to Glenn and his Family, He was true Icon in the Taxidermy World.
what was the cause of death at such a young age
An accident several years ago.