His Life

Father's Day

My sweet daddy.  I can't believe that this is your 1st Father's Day in Heaven. Still unfathomable to me. When you died all my true happy died as well.  I will never feel the greatest happy as I did when I was near you, with you, even talking on the phone. I will never find that purest happiness again.  You mean the world to me.  I have found that I am more bitter since you've been gone.  I don't know how to let it go.  In  my life right now I feel so shattered. I'm glad you have no more pain. No more worries and no more broken heart.  I know you have to be in a much better place than we are down here. I know you are happy to be with mom Mary again. Anyway just wanted to take this time and tell you Happy Father's Day.  I love you with every fiber of my being. Though I hate that you are gone, I am glad that God gave us that last opportunity to talk before calling you home. Rest my sweet daddy. I love you.
Lawrence  Victor Glaszczak Jr. Aka Larry/Lawrence  Victor  Greenwell born to Lawrence V. Glaszczak Sr. and Rose Marie Garner Glaszczak on November 12,1950 in Kansas City, Kansas passed away in the evening at the age of 70 in Knoxville, Tennessee  on Father's day  June 20, 2021.  He was the youngest of five. He had four sisters. Connie, Vicky, Rose, and Valerie. I am his daughter  Teresa  and I am doing this memorial in honor of my father. My daddy. I never called him dad. He was always daddy.