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Harold Glenn Van Esselstine

July 22, 1943November 12, 2020

Harold Glenn Van Esselstine was born on July 22, 1943 and passed away on November 12, 2020 and is under the care of Neary Quinn Funeral Home.

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Diane Santos

November 18, 2020

So sad to hear that you passed Glenn. I will miss seeing you drive down the street and having our long chats in the front of my house. I always loved hearing the stories about your family and especially your boys. So happy that Michael was able to help you at your house before he joined the Marines. I remember when he would be finished working and you would text me and tell my you made sandwiches and you were both having lunch at your house, that always made me smile. You were so proud of him when he became a Marine!! I will miss you and feel lucky to have been able to get to know you over the years and call you a friend. Until we meet again..... RIP Glenn

Diane Santos

Irene McLauglin- Fritsky

November 16, 2020

Glenn,
I am so glad we had a quiet moment to talk at our last reunion and share memories of those lost and of past crazy, happy times.....
Like you teaching me to drive and ending up running out of gas in Ships Bottom !
Through laughter and tears we remembered those years .
You were a truly good man and will be well remembered .
God Bless You.
Irene McLaughlin

Elaine Hosch Howell

November 15, 2020

I'm so sorry...Your childhood friend, Elaine (woowoo)

Russ Rogers

November 15, 2020

Glenn,
Memories, starting as young neighborhood friends. Then grammer school through high school. Also working at Jersey Central Power and Light until retirement. Great times and so many laughs. We leaned on each other sharing the same sad times together. I will always remember our friendship.

Russ Rogers


Cathy Young Derechailo

November 14, 2020

Glenn,
You were a very unique and caring person. Our friendship began in grammar school, and continued through life. So many memories, hilarious laughter, and many challenges. Though you are gone, the memories of you will stay strong forever.
Peace and love,
Cathy

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