75 Years Old

Born on January 4, 1944 in Reading, Pennsylvania, United Sates.

Passed away on February 14, 2019 in Reading, Pennsylvania, United Sates

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Glenn Letcher . We will remember him forever.

Posted by Wayne Deswert on February 20, 2019
Glenn, unfortunately I did not know you for as long as many of your friends, but I did consider you a "new" golf friend. It makes me sad that I will not ride with you anymore, but I am very glad I did get to spend that quality time on the golf course getting to know you. You will be missed by many friends including me. Rest in peace my friend.
Wayne
Posted by Jim Althouse on February 19, 2019
Glenn, Although I Haven't played Golf since 2012, when my wife was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, I will never forget You! You were the Biggest Guy with the Biggest Heart I have ever known! You will be missed by Many!         Love, Pat & Jim
Posted by William Reichert on February 18, 2019
Glenn,
Not only me, but many of your friends shared great times with you my friend. Whether it was done on the golf course, the 19th hole or at dinner on Tuesday evenings.
We, in addition to that, in detail covered & discussed many topics, (sports, current events and politics) etc. Never solved anything but it didn't matter.
Not to mention the stories so often reflected upon from where we worked, Carpenter Technology Corporation. To which we agreed was the best place ever to have spent our working careers.
God summoned you home much too soon, but he gains another angel who can really play baseball if they need a ball player there..
So my dear friend, until we meet once again, Farewell Glenn.

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Posted by Wayne Deswert on February 20, 2019
Glenn, unfortunately I did not know you for as long as many of your friends, but I did consider you a "new" golf friend. It makes me sad that I will not ride with you anymore, but I am very glad I did get to spend that quality time on the golf course getting to know you. You will be missed by many friends including me. Rest in peace my friend.
Wayne
Posted by Jim Althouse on February 19, 2019
Glenn, Although I Haven't played Golf since 2012, when my wife was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, I will never forget You! You were the Biggest Guy with the Biggest Heart I have ever known! You will be missed by Many!         Love, Pat & Jim
Posted by William Reichert on February 18, 2019
Glenn,
Not only me, but many of your friends shared great times with you my friend. Whether it was done on the golf course, the 19th hole or at dinner on Tuesday evenings.
We, in addition to that, in detail covered & discussed many topics, (sports, current events and politics) etc. Never solved anything but it didn't matter.
Not to mention the stories so often reflected upon from where we worked, Carpenter Technology Corporation. To which we agreed was the best place ever to have spent our working careers.
God summoned you home much too soon, but he gains another angel who can really play baseball if they need a ball player there..
So my dear friend, until we meet once again, Farewell Glenn.
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Glenn E. Letcher

Glenn was born on January 4, 1944.

He was the loving husband of Bonnie Gayle (Detwiler) Letcher with whom he shared 50 years of marriage.

Glenn was the son of Marvin & Mary (Hain) Letcher

He was employed by Carpenter Technology Corporation for 33 years as Shipping Supervisor retiring in 1999.

Glenn is survived by his wife, Bonnie, a daughter Karin Letcher, a son, Mark Letcher and his wife Jeanene and three grandchildren, and two sisters, Sandra Stauffer and Marlene Snelling..   


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Shared by Dick Cheri on February 20, 2019

Glenn, we go back a long, long way.  I remember when you first started at CarTech in the Mechanical Engineering Dept. and Iwas across the hall in the Production Engineering Dept.  After we got to know each other we became good friends or should I say special friends.  Over the years we became partners in the CarTech golf league, played softball and basketball in the City Industrial leagues and spent many Friday nights shooting pool at the Fellowship Club.  

When I think of all these things we did as young men as well as our involvement with our senior golf buddies after retirement, it brings back such fond memories that I will cherish forever.  It won’t be the same without you my friend.


Dick