Glenn John Marrett (29 May 1949 - 27 Jun 2017)

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Funeral Service

Location
Eltham Crematorium Crown Woods Way London SE9 2AZ
Date
12th Jul 2017
Time
10am
Funeral Director
F.A. Albin Sidcup

Funeral Reception

Location
107. Bromley CommonBromleyBR2 9RN
Date
TBC
Time
TBC

Dearest friends.

As you know, our daddy, Glenn, sadly passed away on June 27th.

An online obituary has been set up for Dad which includes the funeral details and an area where you can leave your memories.

Please use the Attendance tab on the obituary to let us know if you are able to attend the funeral.

Caroline, Duncan and myself believe that Dad would want us to help other families, when we asked him during a very difficult clinical trial "why do you have to be the guinea pig Dad?" He replied "because i have a responsibility darlings, maybe i can help someone else's' Dad".

You can view the obituary by clicking on the link below - all are welcome back at Bromley common following the service to raise a glass to Dad

Best wishes,
Caroline, Holly and Duncan
xxx

JANINE RANKIN donated £50 in memory of Glenn

Holding on to the special times we had together. Tony & Jan xxx

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Angela and Warren Hertzberg wrote

Dear Caroline, Holly and Duncan,

Glenn was our dearest friend sharing 50 years of friendship. We will never stop loving him. He is now at peace with his beloved Stevie.

Thinking of you all,

With love from

Angela and Warren

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Reena Mehta donated £25 in memory of Glenn

I have known Glenn for the last 15 years ever since I started my professional career. Not only did he help me professionally, he was always a good friend. I grew up in Kenya and every time we met he would always reminisce about his life there and we would have a laugh....
His kindness and support will never be forgotten. RIP

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Wendy Carvalho wrote

Dear Caroline Holly and Duncan,
The first time I saw your father he had just been born, we have watched him grow into a caring adult, a wonderful husband, father and grandfather. He will be greatly missed as we still have happy memories of Daph and Arnold with whom we shared family times through the years. Ken and I looked after Glenn when he was a little boy, he was often at our house and saw Kenneth and Andrea grow up. As his children you have been left the legacy of love. Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time with love Ken, Wendy, Kenneth and Andrea x

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Deirdre Kearney wrote

Dearest Caroline,Holly, and Duncan. There are no words to express your pain right now, draw on your dads courage to get you all through this. Dad is no longer in pain, and will be with you always being so proud of you all. DXX

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KEN AND BARBARA COLLINS donated £50 in memory of Glenn

Our dear friend Glenn whom we have known for over 40 years shall be sadly missed but never forgotten. A kind and unselfish person who thought of others before himself. Caroline, Holly and Duncan our thoughts are with you at this very sad time.

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KEN AND BARBARA COLLINS wrote

IN FONDEST MEMORY OF OUR DEAR FRIEND GLENN WHO SHALL BE SADLY MISSED BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN.

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Zara Dunster donated £100 in memory of Glenn

Glenn was such an inspiration to me, he helped me constantly and I am going to miss him so much. Zara xx

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Ian Park wrote

Glenn was a true gentleman,both in business and personally.
We have already missed both Glenn and Stevie at Royal Ascot due to their illnesses,and sadly will now miss them in future.
Rest in peace my friend.
Ian.

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Diane & Steve Pearce wrote

In memory of Glenn who fought a great battle and sadly lost. He was a true family man, who gave his family and friends his all. RIP

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Ian Park wrote

It saddens me that I cannot attend Glenns funeral.
He was always a gentleman, in business and pleasure,and we will all miss him at Hill Wooldridge & Co.
The donation is from all at the firm.
On a personal note,I proposed Glenn and Stevie to the Royal Enclosure at Ascot.Subsequent to this myself ,my partner Maureen,my sister Wendy and her husband Tim spent several happy days at the Royal Meeting with them.Illness has prevented them from attending recent meetings,but we will all remember the happy days there.

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John Soughton wrote

In loving memory of Glenn , a dear friend and colleague who I shall very much miss

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Steve and Sammy Fryer donated £30 in memory of Glenn

You are in our thoughts. Rest In Peace.

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Always in our hearts xxx

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Ron and Noreen Timms donated in memory of Glenn

A true gentleman right to the very end. Rest in peace dear friend.

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Lino Perdoni wrote

I have been away but was very saddened to hear of Glen's passing
he was such a great help to me and my colleagues and as far as i am concerned one of a kind
RIP my freind

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