Obituary of Glenn J. Girdler

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Glenn J. Girdler, 64 of West Stockbridge died Tuesday October 1, 2019 at his home. Glenn was born in Pittsfield on May 11, 1955 son of the late Charles and Rose (Marzotto) Girdler. He was a graduate of Monument Mountain Regional High School class of 1973. Glenn worked for many years as a contractor and care taker for his own business. Glenn is survived by one brother, Barry J. Girdler and his wife Jeanne of West Stockbridge, three sisters, Patricia A. Barry and her husband James of Belchertown, Ruby J. Korte and her husband John of West Stockbridge and Nancy J. Morandi and husband Joe of Alford and several nieces and nephews.

In keeping with Glenn’s wishes there are no services. Arrangements entrusted with BIRCHES-ROY FUNERAL HOME. Condolences can be made through

7 Responses to Obituary of Glenn J. Girdler

  1. Our sincerest condolences to the Girdler family
    Anne & Joe Roy

  2. My Sincerest Condolences to all the Girdler Family will always remember Glen from the years when I was at the Market and in would stop in almost everyday

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Glen’s passing. My condolences to all of the Girder family. I used to enjoy running into Glen at different places over the years.

    Bobbie Dus

  4. My deepest condolences to all of the Girdler family. Glenn always held a very special place in my heart. I’ll miss him always and deeply.

  5. My deepest condolences to the Girdler family. Glenn held a special place in my heart. I’ll miss him deeply and always.

  6. My most heartfelt sympathies to Glenn’s family. My fondest memory of Glenn was strawberry picking with him and his sisters when I first came to live in West Stockbridge.

  7. Dear Barry, Patricia, Ruby, and Nancy, Glenn was such a good person. We both worked together, me – as a garden designer, Glenn – as a man who did EVERYTHING else, on the properties of clients who also loved and respected him. He was the most honest, caring, dedicated and skillful-at-everything person, a rare and unique individual in the world. We didn’t see eye to eye on a lot of things, but we could laugh about how much our points of view clashed. He definitely had strong principles. We’ll all miss him. Your brother was a well loved guy by everyone who got to know him.
    My deepest sympathies to the whole Family.
    Martha Donovan

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