Glenn Kennedy

December 3, 1952 - June 8, 2020
Glenn Kennedy

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Glenn Kennedy 67, of Wilmington, NC went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, June 8th at Lower Cape Fear Life Care in Wilmington, NC. He was born on December 3rd 1952 to the late Harry Kennedy and Juanita Eichorn. Glenn was a graduate of John T. Hoggard high school. He was an avid fan of all kinds of sports. Glenn loved talking with people; he never met a stranger. Glenn had the biggest heart and was very generous to those he loved.

Glenn is survived by his brother Gary Kennedy; niece, Macie Kennedy Sueuga and husband Christopher; great niece Natalia; sister Kim Reedy and husband Ronald; niece Amber Reedy Hall and husband Matthew; great nephew Tucker; niece Meagan Reedy; great nephew Easton; great niece Sadie; sister, Bonita Crawford and husband Les; nephew Trent Crawford and wife Haley; nephew Taylor Crawford; sister, Angela Ives and husband Tommy; niece Kayla Russell and husband Jake; niece Kendall Ives; sister Robin Tabor and wife Sherry, nephew Seth Whitaker; nephew Gator Tabor; sister Kristi; nephews Tristan and Peyton Miller; and special friend, Janeen Williams. Glenn left a host of family and friends to cherish his memory forever.

Glenn was preceded in death by his parents Harry Kennedy and Juanita Eichorn; his aunt Melrose Dale; and his nephew Jamey Kennedy.

A celebration of Glenn’s life will be held at a later date given the current COVID-19 restrictions.

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  • June 10, 2020
    Mitchell Evans says:
    Glenn was as good a person that I ever was friends with. He was older than me and he would share anything he had with me. He always had a job and he always practiced two a days in the summer getting prepared for Hoggard football season. Later in life we played slow pitch softball with the guys we grew up with from Sunset Park and others of course from Wilmington. We called him Charlie Hustle because of his spirit in the way he played. I loved the man like a brother.

  • June 11, 2020
    Cathy Lamica says:
    So very sad to hear of Glenn’s passing. Always a gentleman with a genuine heart. Heartfelt condolences to Gary and all of Glenn’s family and loved ones. RIP my friend and I’m glad to know I will see you in Heaven.

  • June 11, 2020
    Tania Ellis Radford says:
    So very sorry to hear about one of the sweetest friend anyone would love to have. So many memories of many years. Glenn Was there for his family and friends always. We use to play basketball, hangout at the beach, appreciate good music and life and love. He was surrounded by the greatest family. Kim, Gary and Melrose. He was known by everyone and their wasn't a person who didn't love him for just being good and true to us all. You will be missed my friend forever. Rest in peace ❤️

  • June 11, 2020
    James Bobbitt says:
    So sorry for your loss - my prayers and sincere condolences to the family and friends

  • June 11, 2020
    James Bobbitt says:
    My prayers and sincere condolences are with you and the family in your loss