"Even though I wasn't at the funeral (I wish I was). I owe Glen a lot, he's my childhood hero and his music has gotten me through many hard and difficult times, I owe hime everything. I never knew him "well" I wasn't related to him if I would just been another face in the crowd and since I'm a minor, I couldn't get a ride to his concerts. he's in my prayers and I can never let go of what I have left of him. I owe him everything."
"The first song I remember hearing was Honey Come Back. My Mother let me listen to it. After listening to it I thought it was a sad song and me being so young I cry. And from that day on I have been a fan of The Great Glen Campbell. And I was 55 when I found out that we lost Glen Campbell that day back in August of 2017. It was like losing a family member it hurt like that."
"My cousin Glen will be missed. I remember that he wrote a song for me after meeting me, and I liked it, except I thought he could also sing it for his wife because I told him it was more of a love song too, and I was just a kid. He agreed to that one. He sent a man out with a starter bag pipe for me to try, but I didn't have much talent in me that day. It is funny how some things I have said, like "I know your wondering if there is any beginning to this girls talent" and then realize I picked it up from Glen, when I am having difficulties in the hair business. I am a beautician of 27 years and work for Regis now. I am married with 1 child, a son and he's almost to adult age already.....how time flies....I send my condolences to your family in this time of sorrow. God bless....."
"Though I didn't know him quite personally, I was told he was a Campbell that was related partially to my Grandmother the late Dorothy Selinsky (Campbell). He knew he was related as a cousin to her Father Leonard Campbell, to which was a half brother to his side of the Campbell tree. He said to me when I was a kid in the 80's that "Leonard was from the other side of the tree, but still related". My Grandmother and her son to which was my Father Richard, had a lot of distinguished features of Glen. He passed on in 2001. I did not know the family only the one talk I had with Glen at the NY State Fair in the mid 1980's. I like his songs. I liked his bagpipe playing he did very well at playing them, and he wanted me to take it up, because there was a lot of fortune in those bags he said to me. I am very sad that he got sick, and now is gone. He will be remembered."