Glenn Neblett

Family Tribute:Age: 43

Tribute: Fly, Free Spiritby R.M. Richards

An ever brightening star, glowing in honesty and truth.A journey into manhood is abruptly undone, and we now, gather to pay tribute to our favorite son. Having lived and loved so strongly, even adored for all its worth.Now at the hour of his sweet life’s journey, we bear the burden of grief and hurt.Promises of tomorrows, gone, yesterday’s memories live on and on to conquer the illusion of death.For the times we shared, we played and cared,we bonded with an intensity, we can never forget.The friendship we knew, when together we grew, without question, was the key to our selfless sibling rivalry.In your daily impressions, your curious expressions for knowledge of the great mystery.That glowing charm, the compassion and warmth of a sweet gentle soul, oh yes, I must admit, broken hearted I walk the line with you full of life, full of love, full of dreams, that blend with mine.I struggle with denial, in mental sackcloth and ashes and torture my restless psyche, with these rites of passage. So fly now free spirit.Let the rushing wind of your wings dry these scorching tears and soothe this terrible ache born of unfounded fears.Open windows of my refuge, let light infuse me and its walls will echo my joyous laughter.Fill my eyes with fire and my heart with the joy that witnessed you from Alpha to Omega.As I envision you, reborn majestic, from the seed of that gentle soul, a beauty, no space, nor time, nor boundaries hold.Now you, free of inhibiting form, the embodiment of love, fly, fly free spirit to worlds we mortals ne’er can dream of.

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Still miss you a lot Glenn. Laura and I still talk about you and the fun we had on Friday nights at bowling. Even our kids know all about you and they never even got the chance to meet you. You were a great teammate and friend. I know we'll meet again in Heaven someday.
Tom Lucas, Colleague
Sep 17 2020 6:34PM
Glenn my friend, i think of you always. Miss you. Rest in peace. Elena
Elena Amico, Friend
Sep 10 2018 4:07PM
Glen, I worked with Glen from 1988 to 1999 at Guy Carpenter. He was a quite and gentle man. Glenn and I shared many good laughs together. We would partner up in the weekly football ball together he insisted on always picking the Miami Dolphins regardless of the points. We bowled together on Friday nights in the Insurance League. We attended each others anniversary luncheons and once we where in trouble for the amount how many bottles of Crystal we ordered. Glen there wasn't one moment that I thought about you on this tragic day. I was fortunate to have moved in 2000. I miss you rest in peace my friend,
Frank J Sidoti, Colleague
Sep 11 2014 10:47PM
I worked at Guy Carpenter when Glenn first came to the company, probably in 1986 or 1987. What a wonderful young man, quiet but friendly, learning the cash receipts end of treaty accounting. He was so good natured, you couldn't pull a practical joke on him, in good conscience.I am so sorry for his loss, and to his family and friends please accept my sincerest sorrow. God bless you, buddy, you're up there watching over all of us now.
Jerry Noone, Colleague
Sep 11 2012 12:26PM
Dear Glenn,We shall never forget you, your smile, your voice and your laugh. We shall keep this day as a sacred remembrance of you and what we lost in a moment.We carry on but we never leave you behind. Thank you for helping us daily to carry the tears and the sadness in our hearts but still to move forward with strength and determination. God Bless You and your family today and always. Patricia & Charles Barraza
Patricia Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2012 10:37AM
I worked with Glenn at Guy Carpenter for over 5 years, he was a nice and gentle soul. He was a guess at my wedding. He never said a bad word to say about anything, always had a smile, a kind word, and a listening ears. I miss you Glenn, I always think of you. I know that you brightening up the skies with your smile.
Lovern Wright, Colleague
Sep 12 2011 2:46PM
Glenn may you rest in Peace, you and my Dad Don Keeks were very good friends, I work at Guy Carpenter briefly as a student years ago..You are truly missed.
Camille Britt, Friend
Sep 12 2011 11:31AM
Seasons change, time passes but what remains the same is your imprint on our hearts. Your smile, your face, your stories & jokes are forever ours. Rest in peace and may God Bless you and your family today on the 10th anniversary of that terrible morning. We miss you and we are better for having known you. We remember you today and always...
Patricia Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2011 12:03PM
I have the honor of reading your name in a special ceremony here in McKinney, TX. So far away from Ground Zero but yet so close. You worked with one of my high school teachers, Susan Murray, who was there that day along with your other colleagues. I am a Jersey girl transplanted here. My brother-in-law works at Moody's, just a block away but was traveling that day. My husband worked in the Woolworth building for many years. It could have been them, but it was you and Susan and so many others. Rest in peace.
Maryann Kuhn, Friend
Sep 10 2011 1:14AM
Glenn, You will always be in my thoughts. Will remember the times we went bowling at MSG. Can still picture your smile. 10 years went by so fast. Rest in peace.
Eastlyn Roberts, Colleague
Sep 9 2011 2:01PM
Glenn, We had such fun and laughs bowling. You are always in my thoughts. I can't believe 10 years has passed since we sat at the sports dinner. You are truly missed. Rest in peace.
Elena Amico, Colleague
Sep 6 2011 11:11AM
I didn't know you, but from the comments posted you were a very special person and you resemble an old boyfriend of mine in highschool. 9/11 affected all of us in one way or another. Even though I am no where near New York, It still hurts to be reminded of what happened that fateful day. Everyone loss will forever be in our hearts.
Tera, Friend
Mar 2 2011 7:07PM
My son-in-law just visited NYC from San Diego and brought me a bracelet from Ground Zero, chosen at random with Glenn's name on it. I will wear it always and never forget. I wish I had known Glenn; these tributes portray a wonderful person. I hope the tragedy of 9/11 will remind us always to be grateful for the blessings of freedom.
Ruth O'Neil, Friend
Feb 18 2011 11:36PM
Today, a day very much like that Tuesday nine years ago we are remembering you with love. Keeping your memory forever in our hearts and praying for you, your family and friends. Patricia and Charles Barraza
Patricia Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2010 12:34PM
Glenn, You are always in my thoughts. Miss you. Rest in peace. Elena
Elena Amico, Friend
Sep 10 2010 4:36PM
Glenn, bowlng has never been the same without you ... you and your heartwarming smile is greatly missed.
Theresa McCluskey, Friend
Sep 11 2009 12:08AM
Tomorrow we start a new bowling season, but they are just not as much fun since you've been gone. How I loved watching you and Tommy chest-butt after making those many strikes and putting away another opponent. I was so glad to be your teammate when we took first place. I enjoyed your charm and wit. You are missed. God bless you.
Deborah Bouchard, Colleague
Sep 11 2008 10:27AM
Glenn, Remembering you and your wonderful personality and smile. Thank you and God Bless you and your family today and always. Pat
Patricia Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2008 9:51AM
Your are truly missed amoung your colleagues and Friends. Rest in Peace.
Melvin Colon, Colleague
Sep 11 2008 9:01AM
As September 11 draws near once again. I will always remember you. I think of all the good times we shared often. Rest in peace.
Elena Amico, Colleague
Sep 8 2008 3:55PM
More than a moment of silence, on this day and everyday may we use our lives to honor and respectfully remember you. With careful consideration we continue on where you could have gone, good left undone, countless gifts not given. We will not fail; we will not forget you, our precious family, our dear friend, our inspiration. Patricia & Charles Barraza
Patricia Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2005 7:30AM
With a terrible sadness we mark this day, the third anniversary of the morning we lost each of you. In the end it is only a marker. The grief, sorrow and the incredible possibilities that we lost in those horrific moments remain with us every day. We weep, no, sob from a place deep, deep inside that has been left empty by your absence. And we pray, for you, your families, your friends, and your colleagues. And for ourselves may God give us the strength to go forward and honor you with our lives. We will never forget you. Patricia Barraza
Pat Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2004 9:23PM
Remembering - Just today I was looking at the picture from our summer 2001 outing where we were standing together smiling. I can remember that day so vividly, laughing and sharing that group moment. I wanted to write to say we remember you and think of you as we go on. We miss your being, but feel your presence. I believe that your spirit is our angel watching over us in a dangerous world. Remembering you keeps you with us and brings us peace in turmoil. In this season of renewal and everyday since we “lost” you we keep you and your loved ones in our thoughts and prayers. Peace to you.
Pat Barraza, Colleague
Apr 2 2004 1:28PM
Do not stand at my grave and weep; I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow. I am the softly falling snow. I am the gentle showers of rain. I am the fields of ripening grain. I am the morning hush. I am the graceful rush of beautiful birds in circling flight. I am the star shine of the night. I am the flowers that bloom. I am in a quiet room. I am the birds that sing. I am in each lovely thing. Do not stand at my grave and cry; I am not there.I did not die.' ...Mary Frye, Baltimore MD, Circa 1933 Alive in our hearts forever... In loving memory of dear Glenn Patricia & Charles Barraza
Patricia & Charles Barraza, Colleague
Sep 11 2002 11:15AM
Sep 10 2002 11:09PM
Spirits-:A Tribute to victims of WTC 9/11 Spirits of our beloved are here trapped in a world that witnessed their sudden and violent end Spirits needing closure, spirits needing peace. Spirits are here and while, we desperately feel the need to communicate, our innate desires only ignite the fires that obscure the way to heavens gate. Spirits are here, let us acknowledge their presence with reverence. Let us pray for their guidance and transition in peace. They should not be doomed to haunt the halls and grounds of monuments erected in their honor. This place is hallowed ground, holding secrets still unfound a shrine for friends and families, who silently grieve and believe soon closure will come. Entomed in this ground is my own, my blood, my flesh, my bone. Ipray, Mother Earth, let go, let God give peace and sanctuary to this beautiful and restless soul I know. Spirits are here, we are their medium from without and within, they have endured as we have endured. We must roll away the stone and let the closure begin. Allow them a well deserved journey, in peace, to everlasting glory. Quietly and reverently, let go and let God.
Jun 19 2002 9:36PM
We all miss you. i guess with this the rest of your cousins we will grow closer together and talk about our own experiences with you. All my love Dale
Dale Forbes, Family
Apr 28 2002 7:11PM
Iremember with much love your childhood in the small town of LaBREA i miss your weekly emails you were a thoughtful and kind soul may your soul rest in peace
Lyris Forbes, Family
Apr 28 2002 7:39AM
I worked with Glenn at Guy Carpenter. He was a very gentle caring individual. He loved sports and was very kind to me. I needed a triptik from AAA quickly. Glenn went to the AAA office in his neighborhood and brought me the info the following day. I remember you in my prayers.
Rosemarie Raiola, Colleague
Apr 21 2002 11:58PM