Joseph Paul Glick, Jr.

December 17, 1931April 1, 2021

Joseph Paul Glick, Jr., 89, of Waynesboro, Va. passed away on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 11:00 pm.

He was born December 17, 1931, in Richmond, Va. to the late Joseph Paul Glick and Mayte (Burns) Glick of Waynesboro, Va.

He worked for 20 years in the carpet industry, holding various positions in carpet manufacturing. Joe settled in Waynesboro in 1974, working in carpet related fields until his retirement in 2008. He was a long time member of Main Street United Methodist Church where he served two terms on the administrative board. Joe loved to spend time golfing, camping and boating.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara (Fox) Glick; a grandson, Aaron Ketrow; and a step-daughter, Rene Branham.

Survivors include two daughters, Dabney Ketrow of Greensboro, NC, and Denise Helsabeck of Chesapeake, VA; two sons, Joseph Glick, III of St. Augustine, FL, and Danny Glick of Greenville, NC; a step-son, Joseph Gary Branham of Florence, SC; two step-daughters, Leann Dowd of Charlotte, NC, and Kelly Branham of Washington, D.C.; and a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 9:00am until 11:00am at the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes.

A private graveside service will be held at Augusta Memorial Park.

Memorial contributions may be made to Main Street United Methodist Church Food Pantry at 601 W. Main St., Waynesboro, VA 22980.


  • Main Street United Methodist Church Food Pantry at 601 W. Main St., Waynesboro, VA 22980


17 April


9:00 am - 11:00 am

Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes

618 W Main St
Waynesboro, Virginia 22980


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Richard Jones

April 15, 2021

To Family - Joe and I met during the most difficult of times. We were members of Main Street United Methodist Church Grief Group. As difficult as it was, a likeness and understanding was bonded. Joe was special and was enjoyed by all during our group activities. Joe was the life of the Group. Richard

Phyllis and Ed Hollowell

April 15, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We were neighbors on Locust.


April 14, 2021

Denny and Joe were roommates at VPI ( now VA Tech) for 3 years (1952-1955) I am Denny's high school sweetheart (married 66 years) so met Joe in 1952 and we have remained friends until his passing. He was Denny's best man in our wedding. We love JoAnn and we loved Barbara. Joe had four beautiful children that he spoke of often and loved dearly. In 1962 he visited us in Henrico County and since our hardwood floors were bare, he had wool carpets sent to us from the company he was working for! A few years back he decided to go on a bus trip with us to Nova Scotia and New England. We ate lobster every day. You can bet that when we returned home, he said that he never expected to be on a bus again in his life! He was beautiful (those dimples!), generous, and we loved him dearly! We miss him! Denny & Eadie

dabney mahaes

April 14, 2021

Dear Dabney, Joey, Denise, Dan,

I send you along with Danielle, Carter, and Bryan our love and prayers at this time of loss of your father. I know this is an emotional time but a celebration also of a long life well lived. So many fond memories of Joe, funny, intellectual, instructive when it came to cooking. What a cook he was!!! And also so many fond memories of our families time together. Deepest love to you.

Aunt Dabney

Ron Hiserman

April 8, 2021

Joey, Danny, Dabney, Denice and family

Please know that I am thinking and especially praying for you.
Joe was an unique man, funny an at times very serious. He did not fear death. I remember with fond memories -our good and bad times when we would talk at Grief Group Meetings. He didn't miss many meetings . We did many fun things.....always ate at the Wednesday night dinners together, we went to the movies, little trips, concerts, plays, even spent a long week-end at Smith Mountain Lake. Always we ended up eating somewhere-We all like to eat! Did you know that Joe Ann and Joe were the last couple to be married in the old 1874 Main St Church. Gone are the days. I will miss Joe. GOD Bless you all. Ron Hiserman