Richard Glenke
September 20, 1944 - January 4, 2009
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Richard W. Glenke (Mr. Baseball),64, of Port Charlotte,Florida passed Sunday, January 4, 2009 while playing golf at Bobcat Trail in North Port. He was born September 20, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois and moved to Port Charlotte fourteen years ago from there. Richard was a retired Police Officer with The Chicago Police Department for over thirty…

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Paul Blanchard left a message on January 7, 2009:
Enjoy your final beat / watch. See you when we get there.
Thomas DeBray left a message on January 7, 2009:
Richie, you were a true friend, always with a smile on your face and always followed by your infectious laugh. You are now with my beloved Carolyn. Laugh and have fun until I get there. My sincere sympathy to your family. Tom DeBray Sea-View Radio - 104.9
Roy Burker left a message on January 7, 2009:
To the Glenke family. I can't express my sorrow for the loss of such a great guy. He will be missed by not only me but so many others. There is now a void in this community. My prayers are with you all..
Michael & Francele Megan left a message on January 7, 2009:
So sorry for your loss. He will be missed on the Hippo show and in the community.
Jimmy and Shellee Gee Guinta left a message on January 7, 2009:
Richie (Mr. Baseball), Thank you for adopting us when we moved to Florida. How we'll miss your hugs, smile, laugh and kindness! You'll always be with us in our hearts. Our sincere sympathy to Marty and Richie's entire family.
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Emma Janiszewski left a message on January 7, 2009:
Our hearts break for the entire Glenke Family, Your memory will forever stay alive in the stories told to your grandchildren. Our relationship may have been short in time but your memory will last a lifetime. WE WILL MISS YOU VERY MUCH. We are truely thankful for having your son, RICH, AS OUR SON-IN-LAW. LIKE FATHER LIKE SON. HOW CAN WE GO WRONG
tracie/angel medina left a message on January 7, 2009:
Rich will be very missed on Sundays. the picnic area will never be the same. we will always cherish the fun an laughs we had with him every Sunday. He was a very special person to us. You are always welcome at the 12 HOLE Mr. Baseballs Picnic area
PAUL STIGLIC left a message on January 7, 2009:
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE GLENKE FAMILY I KNOW RICH WILL BE MISSED BUT NEVER FORGOTEN. HE WAS SPECIAL KIND OF A GUY AND A GOOD FRIEND. I HAD A LOT OF FUN WITH RICH AND HE WILL BE IN MY HEART FOREVER.FRIENDS ARE FOREVER AND HE WILL BE MISSED.
Michael Rice left a message on January 7, 2009:
You will be missed, and I will always remember you as a friend, family man, and someone who loved his community. One of these days when the Cubs win the series I'll be thinking of you and how much you loved the game and our dear Cubies.
Maria Dalton left a message on January 7, 2009:
Sincere condolences at the loss of this wonderful and thoughtful man. He will be missed by myself and all of us at Clear Channel Radio. With deepest sympathy, Maria Dalton
mac left a message on January 7, 2009:
you will be missed rich. thanks for all the laughs and golf you shared with us.
Tina Glenke left a message on January 7, 2009:
Dad, I miss you soooo much!!I can't believe you are gone. This is like a never ending nightmare.You will forever remain in our hearts. Jeremy JR will always remember his Papa. Please keep us wrapped up in your arms. I will see you someday. Mr. Baseball's Restaurant will thrive and be here forever. There are so many people that loved you in Florida. You are a legend. No one can ever fill your shoes. I love you forever -n- ever daddy!!!
Roberson Funeral Home left a message:
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