STOKES GLENN 03.05.1959 to 02.06.2022 Glenn passed away peacefully on 2nd June.
Glenn was a "larger than life" character, who brought love, happiness, joy and noise to all who knew and loved him. He will be forever loved and missed by his wife Gayle, children Jason, Matthew and Claire, their partners Maggie, Sarah and Liam, and 3 beautiful grandsons Harry, Samuel and Benson.
His most loved fur babies past and present. His sister Jenny and her husband Ross, nieces Kelly and Lorie their partners and children.
Sincere thanks to Dr Larbalestier and the surgical team, and the most wonderfully caring doctors and nurses in the ICU at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Sleep well my love, I know how hard you struggled since losing your truck driving licence, but you never gave up on life, I am so proud of you. You are whole again.
I will love you forever.
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My most beautiful loving, caring generous man, can't believe you have been gone so long. My heart hurts like hell. It feels like its never going to heal. I love you and miss you more each day.
I know you are not hurting anymore, don't forget me. 💔💔💔😥😭
To my amazing Father/Father-In-Law and the grandfather to our mini Glenn. Thankyou for always being the amazing soul and true to self person you were... we will miss you beyond belief and still can't believe your gone. We will always speak and remember you with love and laughter. Thankyou for blessing us whilst you could xxx
To our dear friend Gayle. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family during this sad time. Glenn will never be forgotten and will always be missed in our get togethers, particularly New Years Eve. A larger than life character who had many stories to share, enjoyed a drink or two with his family and friends and loved to give bear hugs to us girls. Rest In Peace Glenn.
Jerika, Linda, Mike and David
What a special Brother-In-Law you were actually my only Brother-In-Law come to think of it. Your language was more colourful than a rainbow but we all learnt to see through that to the gentle man you were. l will always remember you asking " when did you last check the water and oil ?" then telling me to pop the bonnet as if you did not believe my answer. it is etched in my brain and l will always hear you saying it forever. You soon grew to be a part of our family seeing your nieces and nephews all grow up and start their own families , and adult lives off. We will all be there for Gayle now she does not have her Man. Rest in peace now Glenn you lived your life to the fullest even though cut short far too early. You are going to have to wait quite a few/ lot more years till you get cooked breakfast in bed and spoilt like you were.
Will miss you .Thanks for being the special man in Gayle's life.
Our heartfelt sympathy to Gayle, Jason, Matt and Claire on the sad loss of a much loved, larger than life, husband, father and brother. You will be forever missed but not forgotten. Your loving sister Jenny and brother-in-law Ross.
Our sympathies to our daughter Gayle and Glenn's families on his passing. A life well lived and loved by all. RIP Glenn
Keith, Elaine and the Shellam families.
Sincere sympathy to Gayle and families on the sad passing of Glenn.
R I P Lucky Neil