Condolence From: Clarissa Pomroy, Chandler, Arizona
Condolence: l was part of Glenn's cheering section always as we graduated from Randolph High the same year. Admired by all who knew him. His Son Kent is honored to have had Glenn as his Dad. Bless you each.
Condolence From: Annie Napier, Dayton, Ohio
Condolence: Art was an active participant of our Cardiac rehab for 20 plus years. He always remembered each staff member birthdays and even after he moved to Reynoldsburg.
His garden produce and wood work was always appreciated by staff and patients.
He will be missed greatly by all of us here at MVHN cardiac rehab.
Our prayers and thoughts to the family.
Cardiac Rehab Staff
Condolence From: KEITH VALIQUETTE, Waynesville, OH
Condolence: Art was a true professional that I looked up to as I started my career at DP&L. I remember his kind words and smile in the control room. May God Bless
Condolence From: Don Whitaker, Troy, Oh
Condolence: Art was one fine gentleman. I became acquainted with Art at Samaritan
North Cardiac Rehab in 1997 and then I had a life-long friend. Art was always the same person- friendly, kind, knowledgeable, talented wood worker, talented gardener who shared his produce, willing to help anyone who needed help and the likeable traits go on. Art was just a extremely
likeable person who enjoyed being with people or being in his garden or woodshop and people enjoyed being around Art. He was the kind of friend that everyone needs-- and I am grateful that Art was that kind of friend for me. God speed Art!