Glenn Klink 59, of Exeter, ended his earthly journey July 30th with his loving family by his side.
Born in Newark, NJ, the son of the late Carl and Patricia (Vreeland) Klink he grew up in Springfield, NJ and was a 1979 graduate of Jonathan Dayton HS. Following High School Glenn attended Rutgers University earning a B.S. in Accounting, later attending UNH graduating with an MBA.
Glenn met and married Pamela McGrath in May 1984 in NJ where they settled in West Orange for 5 years. In 1988 Glenn began working for Aetna Health Plans setting up managed care networks throughout NJ and PA before relocating to Mountain Top, PA in 1991 where he managed an extensive provider network throughout the Northeast, Lehigh Valley and Central PA markets. In 1994, Glenn and his family relocated to NH where he began a career as a Vice President with Exeter Health Resources through 2013.
Glenn was a family man and loved supporting, attending and volunteering at his children’s activities and sporting events. He served on the Board of Exeter Youth Soccer for 4 years and was instrumental in helping develop the soccer fields in Exeter. Glenn also served on the Board of RiverWoods, a CCRC in Exeter for a total of 6 years, 2 as Chair of the Board.
When he wasn't working, he loved playing in a men’s basketball league, softball team, gardening, hiking, traveling and dabbling with entrepreneurial adventures. He also enjoyed reading, and cheering on his favorite sports teams: The Dallas Cowboys, The NY Mets and The UNH Hockey Team to which he had season’s tickets for several seasons.
Glenn is survived by his wife Pam who he was married to for 33 years, daughter Heather, (Tom), 3 adored grandchildren, son Ryan, daughter Ashley, (Curt), sister Carol (Arthur), brother Scott, (Tony), sister Robin (Matt), brother Oshen (Simone). Glenn also leaves 6 brother and sister in laws, 14 nieces and nephews, a dedicated friend Dennis, and a large extended family.
In lieu of flowers, a go fund me page has been set up https://www.gofundme.com/f/glenns-memorial-bench.
A Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, November 23rd at 1:00pm at the Hampton Falls Baptist Church in Hampton Falls, NH.
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