Glenn Thomas Osborne

November 27, 1952 - March 20, 2020
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Glenn Thomas Osborne, age 67, of Elkton, MD, passed away on Friday, March 20, 2020. He was born on November 27, 1952 in Philadelphia, PA to the late Raymond and Ann Marie (Glenn) Osborne. Glenn was a very funny and lowkey type of person. He loved sitting on the porch, while he soaked up theContinue Reading

James Stevenson left a message on April 26, 2020:
Wow Glenn l am so sorry to hear of your passing, you will be missed, you are a unique guy, l always enjoyed hanging with you and listening to your jokes, l will say with you thete was never a dull moment my friend, sorry l haven't seen you in so long, RIP my friend.
Don Warfield left a message on April 3, 2020:
My heart felt prayers go out to the Osborne family. Glenn and I worked on the railroad together. He operated the bridge and I maintained the train traffic control system on the C&D canal. On the railroad you battled the element to keep the trains rolling. During the winter months the weather was very extreme at times. Glenn and I discovered multiple points of movement that had to be lubricated with antifreeze to keep the bridge working. Add some extreme temperatures and you find out whats inside you as a man. Glenn was that type of man. He went above and beyond to keep the bridge working for train traffic. He was very dedicated. We spent countless hours over the years on snow duty at that bridge. We discussed all kinds of topics. The stories were anything but dull. In the summer months I would find him outside with a radio dressed in shorts and no shirt basking in the sun. He loved the sun. Thanks for the memories. RIP old friend.
Peg Luebberman left a message on March 29, 2020:
Linda, we are so very sorry for your loss! Sending our condolences to you & your family! Love to all!
april Caruolo left a message on March 25, 2020:
So sorry for the loss of a great person my Uncle Glenn. A funny, kind, and caring person. Will be missed.
RT Foard left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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