I knew Glen quite well and we had a lot in common. I found him to be kind, funny, emotional, a hard worker, someone who would truly give you the shirt off his back, and as well as a patriot. He also carried around the demons of his past; An accident when he was young and that he had not been successful in love. The relationships in his life, though, gave him his greatest joy - Andy, Tim, Shauna, Gracie and Xander. I am so lucky to have him as a friend and will truly miss him.
Glen was a Suring classmate of 1980. He was always kind to everyone he met. He will be sadly missed by our class, but is at peace now. Condolence to all his family.
Beautiful post Rob. Not a lot I can add except just to say that I know Andy and think the world of him. I have met his Mom and have to say Andy is just a great guy. You can tell what his family and parents are like just by knowing him. What a tragic loss. May family and friends come together to share the memories, laugh and cry together during this difficult time.
On behalf of the Pemrich Family, Andy, Tim, and the brothers and sisters of Glen, I thank you for all your gracious comments. My brother Glen was a wonderful man who, once you met him, you never forgot how kind, helpful, caring, hard working, and happy he was. His legacy is his sons, his stepdaughter and his Grandchildren whom he was so infatuated with.
We have been blessed to have Glen Pemrich in our lives for the last 53 years. Now, he lives in eternity.
Glen was a Suring classmate of mine, a friend, and then brother-in -law and that he had always remained to me........he was an Officer and a Gentleman, I am just heart broke. Fly HIgh Glen !
I didn't know Glen, but I am a step-sister to Connie. My condolences to the Pemrich family, May God comfort you and give you strength while He welcomes His angel home!
Even though I did not know Glen, I know his son Andy. Andy is such a fine young man... a talented musician and expert on so many subjects, hobbies and--now--banking. Andy sometimes astounds me with his knowledge of happenings, music and topics that people twice his age are not familiar (yet should be). Andy has a huge heart and is quick to offer assistance to people far and wide. Anyone like him had to have an amazing father figure around him who made certain that his son was not only prepared for life... but cares deeply for others... continually makes a difference in the lives of family, friends and acquaintances. My heart is heavy for Glen's family. He clearly must have been a very special person. Peace to all who knew him.
I was so sad to learn of Glen\'s passing. I have wonderful memories of time spent with his entire family in Milwaukee, and summers when Glen joined Gary coming to our farm for the season. My deepest condolences to all of you, his family. God grant you comfort and peace. I love you all.