RIP Glenn M. Sutphin JR, February 28, 1945 – November 18, 2017


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Here is the information for Glenn’s viewing and service:

Kalas Funeral Home for the viewing on Friday, November 24th from 2 – 4 and 6 – 8.
Centerpoint Church in Annapolis for the service on Saturday the 25th at 10:00.
Burial at Lakemont Cemetery in Davidsonville immediately following the service.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Glenn’s name to Centerpoint Church. If you would like to donate, please mail a check to
Centerpoint Church
626C Admiral Dr Box 517 Annapolis, MD 21401.

Thank you to everyone for all of the calls, texts, messages and above all the prayers.

Nancy and family

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“In three words, what did you love about your father the most Glen? And, do you feel he lived a full life?” Someone asked me and here’s my response, How do you sum up a person in a few words? You can’t. My emotions are all over the place right now. I don’t know what I’m suppose to feel, or how I feel. There’s a lot I still had to say to him and now can’t. I’ll answer the second one first, YES I think he lead a full life. What did I love about my father the most? He was dependable, he was smart, and reliable. I guess would be the 3 things that come to mind.

It hard for me to put into words how I feel. A lot of conflicting emotions are what I’m feeling. I am sad, because of the obvious but am happy as well. Happy because he’s not in any more pain and he can rest. Sad because he won’t be there anymore, I’ll miss his input. And it’s conflicting, those of you who know me know my dad and I didn’t have the best relationship when I was growing up. I’ve spent my adult life trying to make up for my childhood. Things that I did and said, things that happened, the disappointments and let downs. The shit that I can’t even remember that was yanked out of my head years ago in the car accident. Trying to make up for all that and still try to be me.

There are very few peoples opinion that truly mattered to me his was one of the ones that really mattered. Now that opinion is gone but before he passed away I did get something from him, and while it may not seem like a big thing to everyone else it was the one thing I waited almost my entire life to hear. And it’s one of the reasons I do my blog and get the word out there.

Glenn M. Sutphin JR was helping me on my story about Hidden Valley Condos, he was the surveyor I sent all the plats and deeds to. His wisdom guided my steps to finding a lot of what I needed. He read my articles and looked at what I had and told me that everything I said was accurate and yes the building is illegal. Then he started getting sick and couldn’t help much more. But he was a very big help to the story and his knowledge will be missed.

I’ll fill everyone in later. After I get up to Maryland and get the whole story on what and such. Thanks for the outreach from everyone, it means a lot. Stay tuned.

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2 comments

  • Wow! Your story about your relationship with your Dad is very compelling Glenn. It has definitely inspired me to give my Dad Thomas Coleman Riddle a call just simply to say hi! And possibly begin a new dialog with him. Also made me realize how he really should be more included in his grandchildren’s (my youngun’s) live’s.

    • yeah if you can make up the time with them it’s worth it sometimes.
      Thanks for commenting.