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Glen Gilchrist

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07/13/14 11:47 AM #1    

Ron Bailey (1973)

Glen Gilchrist was one of my very long term friends from AC.   He was my very best friend in the "Cattle Car" in Manor Del Martians and we shared many long talks and plans and ideas.   He was the best man at my first wedding and we kept in sporadic touch after graduation.  We shared a love for single malt scotch, roses and a joy for life.  I have always treasured his friendship and he was one of those unique people who once he was your friend, he was your friend for life, no matter how many years passed. I am deeply saddened by his passing, but will keep his memory dear in my heart.

02/03/15 01:59 PM #2    

Steve Frandsen (1975)

I did not know Glen well, he may not even have remembered me, but he struck me as an intelligent and "deep thinking" type of person. I'm sad to hear that he is gone and I hope he had a good life. I wish I had gotten to know him better. I think we were both in Del Mar my last year.

03/01/15 12:55 PM #3    

Ronald Robinson (1973)

I am saddened in learning of Glen's death. We spent many Saturday nights the summer of 1974 playing penny ante poker in the Student Center with the pennies that we collected cleaning the dorms after school was out. We would buy our snacks from the Snack Bar just before they closed and then would play poker until our eyes couldn't stay open. I have and will continue to miss him being around. My condolences to his family.

01/01/17 08:30 AM #4    

Jack Cleeton (1972)

Glen Gilchrist, 59, area pastor of Living Church of God congregations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska, died unexpectedly on April 27, 2014, of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife, Diane, and two daughters, Laurel and Allison. Davy Crockett conducted a memorial service May 11 at Fife (Wash.) Community Center. -- From "The Journal - News of the Chuches of God"

Glen traveled with us to Jerusalem in the summer of 1975 to work on the Dig. Early in the summer he redirected his attention from digging to groundskeeping at the church office in Beit Hanina, a responsibility he performed with enthusiasm and skill. The roses flourished under his care. 

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