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Prayers and condolences Glenn, family and friends


Frosty

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I never got to meet Glenn but this forum has had an impact on me,  the collection of smithing knowledge here is beyond anything seen in previous generations.   Rest easy Glenn, your legacy is above and beyond what you may have thought it could ever be.   Foo I hope you and your family find peace and will forever cherish the time you had with Glenn.  

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We spend a lots of time writing about smithing, and he gave lots off advices not only on smithing part but on life in general.

I just now saw this message that he is passed away.

He was good and patient man, I asked him a lots of questions and he always answered them with clear description how something should be done and why it should be done that way.

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I never met Glenn in person, nor talked to him on the phone - but we did have many conversations via messages and exchanged a few cards via snail mail. He imparted many words of wisdom and I'm sure he'll be in my thoughts regularly as I often think of him whenever I'm doing something which he's guided me on. 

 

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I haven't been around IFI for quite some time. Just dropped in today by chance.  I am devastated to learn of Glenn's passing.  I remember when IFI was just starting out.  I had many on line conversations with Glenn, and I will always remember his call to me when my wife Candy died.  He was a great guy.  Some of the Good has gone from the World with his passing.  "Eternal rest grant to him O'Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him.  May he Rest in Peace.  Amen."

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I've been absent from blacksmithing and from this site for some time. Found out today that Glenn had passed, and moments ago about Thomas. To their family and friends, I am sorry for their loss, the world was a better place for having met them. I learned a lot from each, and I am sorry to know they're gone. The world is dimmer without them.

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