Glen Allen Dagley

21-Dec-1957 - 26-Mar-2020

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Posted by Rick Lavoie | 06-Apr-2020

It seems like yesterday we were together on our MRT course "Class of 84".

What a great person and friend you were, thanks for everything my good friend Glen.

Rest in peace Bud.

Your friend Rick.

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Posted by Canadian Military Engineers Association | 01-Apr-2020

The Canadian Military Engineers extend to you and your family our deepest sympathies in your time of sorrow.

Brigadier-General Steve M. Irwin, CD (Retired)
Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineers
https://cmea-agmc.ca/cme-family-last-post

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Posted by Sam Avella | 31-Mar-2020

MCE has lost a good friend and a family member. I will miss Glen’s smile and his “unique” sense of humour that always put a smile on my face!

My sincere condolences and prayers go out to his immediate and extended family.

Glen, you will never be forgotten, may your soul Rest In Peace, my friend!

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Posted by Stacey Dagley | 30-Mar-2020

My dad was more than just a brother, a father, a partner, and a friend, he was my hero. My dad was always there when I needed him most, and would do whatever he could to help or make things better. My kids are going to miss him terribly, and they'll never have the privilege of learning from him as I did growing up. As I read through all the messages here, I see how my dad's generosity and spirit have touched so many and it brings me joy through the most terrible time of my life. Thank you all for that.

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Posted by Luc Lemieux | 30-Mar-2020

Glenn was a genuine soul who had a huge influence on the Geomatics Class of '94 - he was our mentor on the press and reprographics, our friend and colleague,. He was always tolerant of our antics and pranks, but never let us forget that standards in all things printing had to be met on behalf of the CAF. Glenn will be missed, his jovial demeanour and sense of humour, the influence he had on other. Our sincere condolenses to the family, he will be forever missed.

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Posted by Stephanie Tubman | 29-Mar-2020

Glen was a beloved colleague who always greeted everyone with a smile and a laugh. He often spoke of his family and was so very proud to show pictures of his grandchildren at any opportunity he could. He will be missed by many people at MCE. My sincere condolences to your entire family.

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Posted by Anna Dalnoki | 29-Mar-2020

Glen will be missed by all. He was such a loving man. He loved Mary to bits and those children of his and yours meant a lot to him. His grandchildren was truly his pride and joy. He was blessed to be in such a loving family, and shined among you all. He was always very kind to me and I will miss his chats. I wish I could find the right words and love is the only one that sticks out. Much love filled your home yes it was not always roses but love of family so important. He did it well. All my love to each of you through these difficult times. Hugs and kisses from Anna and my entire family are thinking of each of you. Anna Dalnoki

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Posted by Mavis Delorey (Trimm) | 29-Mar-2020

Sorry to hear about your loss my thoughts prayers are all the family at this difficult time.

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Posted by Lana Muldoon | 29-Mar-2020

I am truly sorry to hear of the passing of Glen. I have been his supervisor for a number of years and he always came to work with a smile and pictures of his ever growing family. He was so proud of them and to share their stories. Glen will be dearly missed by all those who knew him. Rest in peace Glen.

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Posted by Don Cobden | 29-Mar-2020

He was a great guy to me at MCE. He was friendly supportive and helpful in the day to day operations in the military. So sad to here that he has passed.

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