The gym is a little quieter and the weights are back on the rack. After a long and courageous fight, Glenn has succumbed from his 28-year battle with cancer. It is with deepest sadness we announce the passing of our brother Glenn at the age of 60. Dear son of Leo and Jeannine (nee Tessier) Roy, both predeceased. Dear brother of Brenda (Jerry – predeceased), Kevin, Randy (Judy), Dawn (Mike), Leigh, and Darlene (friend Rich). Glenn and Darlene had a special bond. Proud uncle to many nieces and nephews. He will be sadly missed by his canine buddy Riley. Glenn had a passion for many sports, including the gym, golf, hockey, and he especially enjoyed playing hockey with the boys of Fridays. He loved to read, going to the movies, his music, walking his dog, and having a drink by the campfire. Glenn looked forward to the weekly Sunday dinners at the family cottage on Armstrong Lake. Glenn will always be remembered as a great teammate, for his sense of humour and his willingness to always lend a hand. He was always there to help a stranger who is battling cancer with his kindness and words of encouragement. His motto was “If you want to beat cancer then you have to get off the couch!” Glenn worked many years in the alcohol and beverage industry and then in the overhead crane business where he opened his own company GRC Crane Consultants. A heartfelt thank you to those that have helped Glenn throughout his 28-year battle with cancer. A special thank you to the team of nurses and doctors on the 4th floor, north tower at Health Sciences North, and to Dr. Cano for taking care of him for many, many years. Rest In Peace. In lieu of flowers, donations made directly to the Northeast Cancer Centre would be greatly appreciated. A Celebration of Glenn’s Life will occur at a later date.