to Glenn's family. I didn't know Glenn in person but I am married to Samual Louis Champney's son Durand [randy] Champney for the past 40 years. My name is Joyce Champney and I try to follow the Champney family. I am so very sorry for your loss. As I followed Glenn I learned that he was a kind man that loved his family completely. Hard working man that knew no boundaries when it came to his family.. Prayers sent to you from the Champney's in Leetonia, Ohio.
Glenn Elliot Champney
October 18, 2021
Glenn my brother was a loving man, " except for when it came to getting a dollar out of his pocket ". The memory that sticks to me is back when Glenn taught me how to ride a bicycle. It all started with him , myself and a new bicycle up top of this little hill. " it was was just a little encline ,but back then ,well everything seemed bigger than it was!" We started down the road and i told Glenn to let go of the bike, yep ! He let go Allright.! I looked back ,there's Glenn standing atop the hill. He had given me a push and let go . There I was riding my by myself head up high all proud I was riding. Yep ! Right about the time Glenn started shouting "Davy push the brake, push the brake !". " oh yeah! I looked back , and I was going faster and faster when, yep! Again I crashed. Glenn was trying so hard not to laugh and I picked pea gravel out my arms for days it seemed like. From that moment forward I learned the value of brakes. So the moral of this memory is that , " if a brother ever gives you a push in life you gotta remember there are brakes there too!". From a military member to a military ," Glenn I salute you." I KOVE YOU !
BROTHERS FOREVER ! SAMSON/ DAVY
Best brother a girl could ever have. Lol except for the other brothers! Life took you too soon and my heart breaks. I’m so thankful that you finally got to show me your camping spot.