Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

703 Main Street, Toms River, NJ


Glenn Jay Williams

May 11, 1961February 10, 2020

In Loving Memory of Glenn Jay Williams Born May 11 1961, lost his fight to cancer on February 10 2020. During his life he spent eight years in the US Navy. He served as torpedo commander on US Seattle, US Detroit and submarine USS Pargo. After receiving an honorable discharge he landed his dream job with Newman Label in London England, a career span that lasted 32 years as a repair technician, which demanded travel. He has visited 48 states and 45 countries more than once. Most recently he started his own service company with plans of always working. May God bless his gentle soul as he remains forever in our heart. Survived by his parents, Jay and Carole, his son Matthew Jay, sister Donna, brothers Eric and Gary, nephews Michael Joseph, Jonathan, Louie, Michael and a niece Nina.


  • Visitation Saturday, February 15, 2020
  • Prayer Service Saturday, February 15, 2020


Glenn Jay Williams

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Larry Sportello

February 16, 2020

I am so sorry that I didn't get a chance to see you before you left us so early in your life. I remember the day you started working for me at Newman Machinery. You were the most intelligent, talented, and articulate service technician we ever had, and I knew we would never have another like you. Your loyalty was only outdone by your dependability. I loved you like a little brother, and when I heard about your condition, was devistated. I miss you and I love you. You were very special not only to me, but to my wife and my daughters, all of whom adored you. Good-bye my friend, May God love you and watch over you as you transition to his hands.
Love, Larry

Jonathan Susco

February 14, 2020

Glenn Williams was an outstanding man to be around. He had a wonderful personality and a great sense of humor. Truly a family man and someone I looked up to. His accomplishments in life are very honorable. I am deeply saddened about Glenn's untimely passing. May he rest in peace.

Bob strubeck

February 14, 2020

To our dear friends, Jay and Carole and family.
There are never adequate words when a beloved family member is lost, we send our sincere condolences and wishes for comfort to you all. Glenn was probably just a young boy of maybe 10 years old when we all first met, and he no doubt made you all proud over the years with his Military service and his successful career. Our thoughts are with you and may he rest peacefully.
Love, Bob and Donna

Michael Susco

February 13, 2020

Glenn will live on in the hearts of his family and friends. He was an amazing person and lived an admirable life. As his nephew I will always remember how he would never hesitate to help our family out when we needed somebody the most. May he rest in eternal peace. We love you Glenn.

Sal Leonardis

February 13, 2020

Very sad that Glenn lost his battle at a young age of 58. So sorry for the Williams Family loss.
God Bless
Sal Leonanardis