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Glenn Gordon Goldney
January 17, 1950 ~ December 19, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Glenn Gordon Goldney, a beloved father, grandfather, brother, and a pillar of strength, passed away on December 19, 2023, in Cambridge, Ohio, not far from his beloved Seneca Lake home. Born January 17, 1950, in Maple Heights, Ohio to the late Robert Goldney and Antoinette Goldney, Glenn passed peacefully with his family by his side at the age of 73.
He was preceded in death by his brother Verne Goldney. Glenn faced lifes challenges with remarkable courage, ultimately losing a three-decade-long battle with cancer. His enduring strength and determination to live life to the fullest was an inspiration to all who knew him.
Despite the hardships he faced, Glenn’s zest for life, easiness to please, and kindness to others was evident up to his final moments. Glenn had a playful spirit and a charismatic charm that endeared him too so many. He had friends upon friends and didn’t know a stranger. Glenn was known for his warm heart and selfless nature. His greatest passions included helping others. An avid fixer and problem-solver, Glenn found joy in tackling projects and repairing things. His hands were skilled, and his ability to find solutions to various challenges earned him the admiration of many.
Glenns love for his family was immeasurable. He is survived by his daughter, Sonya Campbell, and her husband, Paul Campbell; granddaughter, Mikayla Campbell; and grandson, Austin Campbell; son, Glenn Goldney, and his husband, Dale Kotrlik Jr.; son, Nicholas Goldney, and his wife, Elizabeth Goldney, and grandson, Oaks Goldney. Glenn Goldneys departure leaves a void in the lives of those who were privileged to know him. His memory will forever be etched in the hearts of his family and friends.
There will be no services. A celebration of Glenn’s life will be held in the summer of 2024.