Obituary for Albert I. Glick

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Albert I. Glick

November 26, 1919 - October 5, 2018


Albert I. Glick, 98, of Columbus, Ohio passed away on Friday, October 5, 2018. He was born on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 1919 in Columbus, Ohio at Grant Hospital.

He attended from grade 1 thru 12 and graduated from Bexley High School. He attended Ohio State University for one year and also attended Franklin University for one year.

Attended the National Retail Furniture Association School in Chicago, Illinois and graduated in 1944. He volunteered and served in the U.S. Army for four years and was stationed in the European Theater of Operation in Belgium, England, France, and Germany during WW II. He was honorably discharged as a Master Sergeant. He retired from Glick Furniture Company as Vice President with over 50 years of service. He was a member of the National Retail Furniture Association, member of Zeta Beta Zau

Fraternity, and was a previous member of Temple Israel. He volunteered at Mt. Carmel East Hospital and enjoyed talking to patients in making them smile and laugh and making them feel that someone cared. His entire life was built around the love for his family.

Albert was preceded by his parents Isadore Glick and Helen Glick, his wonderful wives Betty Glick, and Alyce Glick; and his sister Rita Manekin. He is survived by Children: David (Patti) Glick, Bradley (Teresa) Glick, Bill (Karen) Johnson, Cindy (Anthony) Hatchell, Bruce (Kelley) Johnson, Grandchildren: Brady (Sari) Glick, and Heather (Jim) Sotak, Ashley Glick, Marcel Backus, Chuck (Rose) Backus, Brandon Johnson, Lindsey Johnson, Todd (Jamilyn) Hatchell, Stephen (Taylor) Hatchell, Jessica Hatchell, Joshua (Brooke) Hatchell, Shane Johnson, Meagan Johnson, Connor Johnson, and Morgan Johnson; 14 Great Grandchildren.

Bob and Norma Manby posted on October 12, 2018

Albert will be sorely missed by family and friends. He loved living and enjoying all those around him. His family was his number one priority and he was loved in return by all those who had the privilege of knowing him


Ronald Blank posted on October 11, 2018

Dear Glick and Johnson Families I am truly very sorry for your loss. Albert was the “last of the Mohicans” as he told me recently. Having spent a good part of my business career with him he continued to impress me on how much he cared for people both our customers and associates. I continued to touch base with him after the Glick Furniture era and he always showed an interest how my family was doing. He will be terribly missed by me. “May his memory be for a blessing “.


 


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