Very sad news. Hadn't seen him for a while but remember him as a quiet and true gentleman. A loss for sure.
This is a shock. Really sorry to hear it.
Omg so that is terrible. So sorry to hear about this.
Such sad news! A few glimpses of memory of Glen remain, mostly encountering Phast Generation in the middle of the night, and teaming up to find that bingo control, or chatting a while during replanning the route.
This is so very sad. Glen was a great competitor and always had a kind word and a smile for everyone He'll be missed for sure.
I will always remember Glen for his assistance to me during Hudson Highlander in 2001, my only attempt. I was in over my head, but not by very far. He picked me up at some point [edit: maybe right at the start], and when I was close to the end, but I could no longer keep up, he left me to gather myself for a last push to the end, as I requested. I made the last few controls on my own, and I finished under the time limit. Proud of me, and forever thankful for Glen's quiet help.
Also, I was always impressed by the enduring team of Phast Generation. I don't think there are many orienteering "couples" who have lasted as long.
I'm so sorry to hear this. Scary, and sad. I enjoyed hearing your stories about your adventures with Glen.
Sorry to hear this Ken. I know you and Glen were an impressive team, and PHast!