Glenn Ford

July 24th, 2018

Glenn Ford, age 50, of Manchester, NH, passed away unexpectedly on July 22, 2018.

Glenn was the cherished son of the late Dennis and Elaine (Walsh) Ford. Glenn is survived by his son, Scott E. Ford of North Reading, he was the dear brother of Keith Ford of Hampstead, NH, Lisa DeLetter of Shirley and Christopher Ford of Worcester, loving uncle of Kassidy Ford, Nicholas Ford, Amanda Chamberlin, Kristen DeLetter and Amber Ford.

Funeral arrangements for Glenn will be private.

Memorial donations in Glenn’s name may be made to the American Heart Association, P.O. Box 417005, Boston, MA 02241-7005.


13 Entries in Guest Book for “Glenn Ford”

  1. Jocelyn Neukuckatz says:

    We had 8 yrs of good times and some rough times. I will remember all of them with love and will laugh at your wonderful witt and your gift of gab. You had a wonderful singing voice and I remember our karaoke nights out. We did good and I’m sad that your life was cut short. Rest in piece and no pain, send me a rainbow every once in a while ..Jody

  2. Laurie Zografos says:

    My condolences to you all. May the Lord take you into his arms and comfort you.

  3. Jeanne Abraham says:

    So sorry for your loss, my heart aches for you all.

  4. Bill Merrill says:

    Bless you Keith, Lisa and Chris. Glenn made me laugh. He was a good guoy, and memories are happy ones.

  5. Chuck Hart says:

    So very sorry to hear of Glenn’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Glenn, and had the greater pleasure of being his friend. He was as funny a guy as there is, always making people laugh without much effort,–and had the voice of an angel as he loved to sing. One of the best memories I have and will cherish of Glenn is going out for karaoke and watching him sing his beloved Journey songs. Wish I had more time with him. Fly high with the Angels, Glenn

  6. Derek Burpee says:

    RIP Glenn, you will be missed and never forgotten

  7. Patti (O'Brien) Taylor says:

    Sad to hear of Glenn’s passing. I haven’t seen him since we were teenagers, but I remember him as a sweet person. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time.

  8. Krys Anderson says:

    I have had the great pleasure of working with Glenn for the past year. The day I started working he had me in tears of pure laughter. He was such a funny guy who had a billion jokes up his sleeve. Their was no such thing to be in a bad mood if Flenn was around. He could always make you laugh. I will surely miss his singing in the office, his Mrs. Doubtfire inpersonations, calling him Me. Joe bag of donuts, and most importantly our hugs. He surely was one of a kind. I will forever cherish memories of Glenn.

  9. Shawn Smith says:

    I miss you Glenn. You were my best friend. We went through a lot together. It’s weird knowing we will not talk again. I’ll see you on the flip side. Love you man!!

  10. Joanie Mamos says:

    I was heartbroken to hear of Glenn’s passing. He was part of our family and like a brother to us. He was always happy and even if he had a bad day he would make a joke of it. He would ask me how I was and when I would respond that I was fine he would say” YES YOU ARE “. He made me laugh and got me every time. I will cherish our memories forever. You are now in a place where you will never have pain. You are with your loved ones now. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. You will forever be in my heart and will always be part of the Cummings family . I love you, Joanie girl XXOO

  11. Gary and Emily Powell says:

    So sad to hear of Glenn’s passing.
    We always enjoyed visiting with him.

  12. Bill Carroll says:

    RIP brother will never forget all the good times growing up
    Keith Chris and Lisa sorry for your loss

  13. Susan Zuccaro Jacobs says:

    So very sorry Keith, Lisa and Chris for your loss. Many fond memories growing up on Dorothy Avenue.

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