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I was a fellow computer science student at Pitt with Glenn, and was so shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends.
~ Shawn Chapla - August 2, 2020
I’m so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I knew Glenn in high school at Beattie Tech and at Pitt.
~ Nancy Remaley - August 2, 2020
We are so sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. Don and I have spent many hours over the years having great fellowship and friendship Laughing and talking with “Glenn from Ohio”. Fate would play tricks on us that we would always be drawn to each other to talk and carry on about books, Star Trek and the events of Confluence etc...however we never shared our family backgrounds.... Glenn was my cousin. My mom and his dad were siblings. We will miss seeing him at Confluence for sure. I am saddened that we never got to reminisce about childhood memories of the families getting together from our youth. But happy we joked and carried on as adults. Praying for peace and comfort to Susan, William, Donovan, Aunt Lois, Ronnie and our many cousins. Don and Vivian ( Connolly) Duncan
~ Vivian (Connolly) Duncan - July 31, 2020
This is such a shock to hear about. I knew Glenn from working with him at Paramount for 5 years. On my first day at this new job, I was going out to lunch by myself and Glenn had just pulled out of his parking spot. He seen me and stopped and ask me to join him at BW3's. We did that for 5 years. He was a gentle soul and always had a wise-crack for anyone who crossed his path. Glenn was such a intelligent and helpful person. I will miss him. I send my sincere condolences to his dear wife Susan and his 2 sons. He and his family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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~ Tim Roach - July 30, 2020
I worked with Glenn on several projects. He was a delight to work with, always pleasant and helpful. He struck me as something of a free spirit. A very kind person, he will be greatly missed.
~ David Bishop - July 30, 2020
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Chambers family. I had the pleasure of working with Glenn on a few projects here at Paramount and his positive spirit and enjoyment of life was infectious! He always brought a smile to the faces of those he worked with sharing numerous stories and "fun facts". He will be greatly missed. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel.
~ Trish Henzler - July 30, 2020
Glenn meant so much to so many of us.
Glenn was unique and had many endearing qualities, to which I know my brief tribute can not do justice.
It's said that you don't remember exactly what people said or did -- you remember how they made you feel. Glenn made me happy. I would always smile when I saw him. His dark, but charming humor gave me so many laughs. I was amazed at his intellect and the speed at which he could construct the perfect response that would be both poignant and hilarious.
I am so sad that the world has one less joyful, helpful, brilliant, funny person to bring us light. But I am immensely thankful that I knew Glenn. Love to all who miss him.
~ Ronna Hampton - July 30, 2020
Every time I saw Glenn I was greeted with the biggest smile. What I remember him most for was his boisterous infectious laughter and joy for life. He had a super kind heart always willing to help somebody when he could. One of the most genuinely nice people I've ever known. His loss will be felt deeply by everybody who had the pleasure of knowing him and calling him friend.
~ Mary Torio - July 30, 2020
I didn't know Glenn well, just knew him from Confluence where I met him a few times. He was always friendly and generous. I am sorry to hear of his passing, the world will not be the same without him. May God give you strength in this difficult time.
~ Sandi Henry - July 30, 2020
Glenn was such a wonderful person. Always quick with a laugh or story. The first person to stop and help when you needed something. I met him at my first real job at Expressbill. He taught me about civic mindedness right after we discussed Star Trek. I’m very sorry to hear of his passing and many prayers for his family.
~ Laura Churchill - July 29, 2020
I can only say that I've known Susan since high school.
I know that Glen brought her much joy.
Their time together was a joyous, loving time.
I pray for Susan and the boys, along with his family.
May each of you feel God's loving arms wrapped around you. May you know Glen is guiding you each, loving you each.
May you feel God's loving light shine down upon you.
Craig and Victoria Everett
~ Victoria Everett - July 29, 2020
I am stunned and deeply saddened by Glenn's passing. He was the most cheerful and kindest person I've ever met and his skill and patience in teaching how to play games is unparalleled. I was always so happy to see him at SAGES, and will greatly miss his sense of humor and spirited wit. My deepest condolences to his family.
~ Amy Hartman - July 29, 2020
Susan, William and Donovan, words cannot describe my sadness for Glenn’s passing and the loss you must all be feeling. Prayers to you all.????
~ Tracy Poole-Swerlein - July 29, 2020
Glenn was frequently present at a variety of gaming events I attended including those held at Sages, The Game Room, Fort Mieg, and T3. He was always a positive, friendly, person on every occaision. He liked to win but accepted losses well when they occurred. He always was very welcoming to any newbie that came to a gaming event. He will a leave a gaping hole at Sages and will be missed terribly.
~ David Dawn - July 29, 2020
My heartfelt condolences to the Chambers family. My you be comforted in know it is not goodbye, but "see you later". Glenn was a wonderful man with a great sense of humor and every time I saw him (either in hallway, during a meeting, or in lunchroom) he had a smile on his face. My prayers are with you all, may God's love and peace comfort you in the months to come.
~ Deb Curry - July 29, 2020
I am so very sorry for your family's loss. I enjoyed working with Glenn at Paramount IT until my retirement a few years ago. We had numerous technical discussions which would often turn into stories from our personal lives. He was an intelligent, funny, sarcastic, and kind man. My prayers and deepest condolences are with you all.
~ Carol Lewandowski - July 29, 2020
I've know Glenn for many years, since he joined Parsec. He always had a smile on his face and an enthusiastic hello every time I saw him. I'll miss his hugs and his quick wit. I'm very sad to lose him as a friend. I've only been seeing him at science fiction conventions lately, but meeting him at Confluence was always a pleasure. Heartfelt condolences for his friends and family. Sending big hugs to Susan and the boys.
~ Barb Carlson - July 29, 2020
So sorry for your loss. I didn't know Glenn very well, but spoke with him in the halls at paramount and by our cubicles in passing. He was a very nice man.
~ Kay Rutkowski - July 29, 2020
So sorry for your loss. I will remember all of the gaming that I did with Glenn before I moved to Florida. He was always up for any gaming and would take us to task. The world is a little more disminished by his passing. Our prayers go out for him and his family.
~ Thomas McGreevy - July 29, 2020
So saddened to hear of Glenn’s passing. I worked with him at Paramount, and recall most about him his intelligence, humor, and pleasant nature.
~ Cathy Schuster - July 29, 2020
I used to work with Glenn at ExpressBill/WebMD/Emdeon, and I always enjoyed interacting with him, especially during my SixSigma Greenbelt project. He was my kind of programmer ... smart, funny, kind. He was always patient with me when I didn't understand how something worked and took time to not only explain things to me, but with his brand of humor. He will be greatly missed. I'm so sorry for the family's loss.
~ Sabrina Finley - July 29, 2020
I met Glenn at a company called ExpressBill about 20 years ago. Over the years he and I became good friends. We shared a lot of common interests from science fiction, science fiction conventions (MARCon!), Filk music, talking pittsburghese, technology and of course board gaming. Years ago I introduced Glenn to a game group called the SAGES, he was an instant fit for the group and loved the hobby. Over the years he became a respected member of the club. He thanked me a couple of times for introducing him to the club and the people but in retrospect I think everybody there benefited from having him there just as much.
I knew Glenn for 20 years and will miss him very much, he was a great person to game with and a great friend. I'll miss you my friend.
~ Aaron Radlinski - July 29, 2020
I met him the 1st day he came to play games at our club, Sages. He was the most enjoyable person to play games with. He didn't care if he won or lost. He will be missed, the last day I saw him, we played all the games he brought. He even won one of them. I'm sure he is still playing games where he is at now. He will be sadly missed. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
~ Gary Douglass - July 29, 2020
I knew Glenn for a very short time at Paramount. Glenn was a great person to work with and will be missed greatly.
~ Karen Holben - July 29, 2020
Glenn and I spent the last 6 years sitting next to each other in the office trading barbs and wry comments on life. Somehow, our employer decided that we should be the technical interview team so we stacked the IT team with an odd cast of characters in our own image. His write up is apt in that he had a positive outlook on life laced with liberal doses of pessimisic humor to get through the tough sitiations. Glenn was remarkably up to date on all current computer technology, a feat I gave up on when I passed 45. He was a brilliant coder who had no desire to rise to supervisor. He prefered to puzzle out the solutions to complex code solutions. And, I think he just wanted to be able to give management a good natured ribbing which he could not do had he joined their ranks. I could go on but, sadly, Glenn was an experience that cannot be summed up in a few anicdotes and stories. I'm honored that I had 6 years to sit next to him and enjoy the experience that was Glenn.
~ Al Zielinski - July 29, 2020
Glenn was such a pleasure to work with and learn from...his positive spirit was appreciated. So very sorry for your loss, many prayers for his family. Tammi McCormick
~ Tammi McCirmick - July 28, 2020
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