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Condolences for Glenn J. Ruppert

Judy, so sorry to hear of your loss. If there is anything I can do for you, please let me know. Prayers coming your way. Take care.
From Eileen Jacobson

Judy, I was so saddened to hear of Glenns passing. You know he was never forgotten as with you. I remember good times and good people with you and Glenn when we were MVA. My Condoences to you and the family.
From Joyce Haney McFail

Judy- I flew with Glenn quite a bit both in the ATP & 146. Every trip with him was a great experience and he was such a kind person and treated his crew so well. We will all miss him. Take care.
From John Slesar

Judy, I am sorry to hear of your loss. Over the years in the airplane business you meet many people. Glenn was among the best. I will always have fond memories and feel honored to have known and worked with both you and Glenn. You have my deepest condolences with your loss.
From Larry Schweitz

It was to have known Glen for a few years. Always looked forward to a nice conversation with him. Belated sympathy.
From Lester Johnson

Ruppert Family, I was very saddened to hear of Glenn's passing earlier today.... I had the pleasure of getting to know him a little while we flew for Air Wisconsin. He was always very friendly and professional. It was an absolute joy to fly with him. He will truly be missed.... May the Lord carry your family through this diffcult time and may you find peace knowing he is in a better place.
From Lori Pecore

Judy, I am saddened to hear of Glenn. As you know he taught many of us how to be a good Captain and a good person as well. You are in our hearts and prayers.
From Jim Ritter

Judy, I'm sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. He was one of the 1st Captains that I flew with at MVA and a class act, he was, always helpful. Glenn was an inspiration to all of us and will be missed by all.
From Gary Miller

I was not aware of Glenn's illnes until I heard of his passing from Nancy at Air Wisc. May I offer my sympathy to Glenn's family. I always enjoyed flying with Glenn and thought he was a great Capt. and gentleman.
From Al Wittkowski

Judy, Very sad to hear about Glen. He was one of the firs Captains I flew with at MVA and was very patient with me. As I got to know him better, I could see how much of a gentleman he was. One of the fun things about Glen was his flight bag. It was always small and never seemed to wear out.
From john seifert

I was sad to hear of Glenn's passing. When I was a First Officer, I remember when Glenn checked out in the 146. He was so proud and yet humble at the same time. He was a joy to fly with, lots of laughs and good memories. Your family will be in our prayers.
From Captain Paul Oakes

So sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. When my Mom was in hospice at Gundersen/Lutheran I ran into Karen one day and she told me of Glenn's illness. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Love and hugs. Steve, Jo and family
From Joanne and Steve Schuldt

So shocked to see Glenn had passed away. Unfortunately, we will not be able to attend the service as Joe's dad died Monday. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you in this most difficult time.
From Joe and Susie Pavela

Judy, we are very sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. Dick had talked to your sister, Jean, and she told him about Glenn. Jean Rea also told me about it. It is very hard to lose someone you love, especially when we are "so young". We you feel ready, let Jean or I know and we can meet for lunch or for the afternoon sometime - soon. You have our deepest sympathy. We will be keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Cathy & Dick
From the Reinke's

Judy, You have done so much for our family and for Jim. If it is at all possible, we will see if we can get Jim to the vistation. He does not go out much as you know, but he does know of Glenn's passing. Our prayers are with you during this time. Kathy, Bob and Robert Maney
From The Maney Family

Judy, Just wanted you to know my thoughts & prayers are with you. I know you will have an empty space that I can't fill, but I can offer a listening ear from time to time. You have my sympathy. Jane Koel-Schein
From Jane Koel-Schein