Letters to the Editor: Lynbrook, East Rockaway
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Reading Jean Wall’s loving tribute to her amazing son Glen in last week’s Herald (“He’s on the ‘Bright Side of the Road.’”) brought back many fond memories of him. I remember Glen as Brian’s little brother, whom we enjoyed having around. I remember seeing him in the hallways and the cafeteria at Lynbrook High School. I admired his many accomplishments in athletics and academics, and yet he never boasted nor bragged. His modesty made these accomplishments all the more impressive. He was on the basketball court when I was in the wrestling room, but thankfully I had many chances to watch him play. On the court, he was just a kid having fun, playing hoops. One of his greatest gifts was how he would make you feel special when he smiled at you.
God bless you, Jean, for bringing such a beautiful soul into this world, and for enduring the suffering that you’ve experienced since his passing. I can’t imagine the pain you live with each day, and I also can’t imagine what the world would have been like without Glen. I find solace in my faith that someday I’ll get to see him and his precious smile again.
Seniors deserve better treatment
Feathers to storage?