November 5, 1951 - February 25, 2012
Glen David Roberts, age 60 of Newport, KY passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2012 at the V.A. Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was an U.S. Marine Corps. Veteran during the Vietnam Era. Glen is survived by his Wife: Sharon Gross Perry Roberts, Sons: Joshua Hammons and Scott Hammons, Step-Daughters: Shirley Casterline (Mark) and Jennifer Perry (Chris Gapinski), Step-Son: Carmon Lewallen, Sister: Jerri Mullin, Brothers: James Roberts, Lee Roberts and Rusty Roberts and 2 Grandchildren: Brittany Boles & Cameron Gapinski. The Visitation will be on Fri., March 2, 2012 at Connley Brothers Funeral Home in Latonia, KY from 12 NOON until the Funeral Service at 2 PM. The Burial will be private for the family. Online Condolences may be made at: www.connleybrothersfuneralhome.com
I’ve known you and Glenn since the beginning and you for many more before that.
We’ve been thru everything together; work, husbands, kids, divorce, lots of fun and lots of tears. Just remember that we made it thru all of that and we’ll make it thru this the same way…together ! I’ll always be here for you – I love you.
Your always buddy,
I am thinking of you today and hoping you are ok .also hope ypu know I have loved you all your life and still do..
Glen was such a great addition to our family as much as he liked to play games. He fit right in because he was so competitive. I always enjoyed our conversations because he was so smart and had a lot of interesting stories. I will miss him.
We are so sorry for the loss of Glen. Todd and I loved him dearly. He taught Todd the art of being not being the winner at cards, dominos, and other games. As for me he helped me build character. His opinion I valued highly. He spoke with honesty about my many situations. And would laugh with me and at me. I will forever more miss arriving at your house and you yelling Glenn get Alma’s bags. He would go out the door laughing. But always commenting on how I parked the car. He was so intelligent in so many ways. He was the best coach/refree for any sport that was being played. I would joke him about letting the TV be heard and he would just look over his glasses at me and continue on. Todd loved to hear his stories. He had such a bold way of telling it that kept us laughing for hours. Todd and I love and will miss Glen but we do cherish our wonderful memories we made with him. Sharon you and Glen were our refuge from a bad storm. You both will be forever in our hearts. Missing Glen terribly Alma & Todd
Dear Sharon and family,
My brother introduced Glen to our family many years ago. From then on and when we were still in Newport, he spent lots of time there with us. We were always having cookouts with music and family & friends and he knew he was welcome anytime. And brought his boys too. I was always looking for someone to play cards and games with and if he was there I was in business. Thought a lot of Glen Sharon. I saw him 1 time after seeing you at Evey’s in BlueAsh and that was at AmeriStop in Wilder. I was cutting up with him and he looked at me like I was a crazy lady. I didn’t realize he didn’t recognize me. I had changed so much since Blue Ash. When I realized he didn’t I told him who I was and we cracked up laughing. lol He was the only person who liked to play games and cards as much as me and my Aunt Shirley. We all 3 could sit for hours. I always liked Glen. He was a good guy and I am terribly sorry for your loss. May God bless all of you and ease the sorrow so heavy in your heart. Sincerely, Patty Everson
Dear Sharon and family,
So sorry to hear about Glen. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With sympathy, Carol Messmer Michael
Sharon and Others … my heart aches for the pain you must be going through now. I didn’t know Glen, but I know he had a wonderful family. Will do my best to attend the visitation on Friday, but either way — I will be thinking of you.