Condolence: Glen, Late this afternoon I heard the news of your wife's passing. I'm so sorry for your loss. Although I could not be there with you tonight, I can tell you that I'm thinking of you and how much support and love you gave her as she fought. I've always admired how you spoke so freely and ended so many conversations not talking business but about family, putting work aside for the more important things. That says so much about you as a person. Even though I never met her, I can tell that your love and respect for each other was so strong as you have always remained so upbeat despite her fighting on. My condolences go out to you and your family.
Condolence: Sandy gave me the courage to go forward when I thought my health was going to get me. She encouraged me every day, her smile never faltered never knowing how she felt unless she wanted you to. The students never knew how sick she really was, she loved her job and most of the students she worked with. Sandy blessed many of us at Carman-Buckner, she will be sorely missed. Love you girl.
Condolence: Glen, I was so sorry to hear about Sandra. She remains one of the strongest women I will ever know...take care of yourself, please, until I see you again my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.