Edward Arnold Glock, Age :54

Jul 05,1964---Feb 01,2019

 

Edward Glock was born on July 5th, 1964 in Brooklyn New York.

He was preceded in death by his Father Frank J. Glock & Mother Joan C. Glock.

Edward is survived by his brothers Frank, George & Christopher Glock;

Nieces & Nephews Nicole D'Andrea, Brian Glock, Val Glock, Wesley Glock

and Genesis Glock and many other friends and relatives whom Edward held so dear.

Services to be held on Saturday, February 9th at Riverside Funeral Home

225 San Mateo Blvd. NE Albuquerque, NM 87108 (www.riversidefunerals.com)

Viewing starts at 12:00 P.M. followed by memorial service at 1:00 P.M.

Burial of cremation remains will take place at aater date.

In Lieu of flowers please send a donation to your local ASPCA. Ed would like this being the animal lover he was.

Eddie had a zest for life and was larger than life, he brought happiness and humor to all that were around him.

He loved to live life to the fullest with family and friends.

But in all Eddie managed to turn his life around after hearing the Lord's calling and do many charitable things.

He had a calling of caring for people.

Even though he had no kids of his own He was a man that loved kids and mentored them, he took them

out and spent time doing the things they loved to do making memories. He was a fun uncle and lived an interesting life.

He was a son to Frank Sr. and son to Joan and Brother number 3 out of the 4, as Dad would put it.

As a Brother we got into all kinds of trouble the kind that makes good New York, California and New Mexico tales.

We fought sometimes with each other but if people messed with any of us we banded together against them.

Later as we grew we appreciated each other more and more only annoying each a little less but enjoying the times much more.

Eddie has many stories which many of you are a part of.

All the places he lived and stayed he was well known.

You can hear his laugh from a mile away. His presence was always known and he will always be remembered even in his absence.

We know He was saved and trusted the Lord for his promise. Ed showed and practiced God's gift of charity, grace and compassion.

Ed wasn't perfect "only human", but he knew the Lord and practiced his message with the old, the needy, and especially with

the newer generation.

He would tell them "Don't make my mistakes learn from them" and live for the Lord.

He wanted to say more I know and if he had the chance he would.

For each one of you he would have a different message. But the basic message is repent and turn to the Lord!

We are not guaranteed tomorrow, so start living for Christ today.


We all have stories to share about Eddie so let's share and do what Eddie would want.

Enjoy each other's company and stories.

In the words of Eddie "Cheerio".

 

Arrangements entrusted to:

Riverside Funeral Home of Albuquerque

225 San Mateo Blvd. NE

(505) 764-9663