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Glenn Allen Test
(October 18, 1946 - June 20, 2014)

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Glenn Allen Test

Glenn Allen Test, born October 18, 1946, departed this world on June 20, 2014, after waging a courageous battle against cancer. Glenn was a long-time resident of East Lansing, Michigan, and most recently,at Black Diamond Ranch in Lecanto, Florida where he spent his winters, and the last year of his life. Glenn was a graduate of Michigan State University, senior partner at Plante Moran, retiring in 2004 and former treasurer at Walnut Hills Country Club. Glenn loved golfing as much as he loved crunching numbers, and was happiest when playing with his friends at Walnut Hills or Black Diamond.

Glenn was born to Alvin Russell Test, Sr. and Lillie Hunter Test in Monroe, Michigan. He was preceded in death by his father, Alvin R. Test, Sr.; brother, Alvin R. Test, Jr.; sister Sandra Winston; sister-in-law Sandra Test; and brother-in-law Dana Castonguay. He is survived by his mother, Lillie Test; brothers Thomas Test and Larry Test; sisters Jean Womack, Roberta (Peter) Myers; and June Castonguay and brother-in-law, Dale Winston. Although Glenn did not have any children, he was a father figure and mentor to his many nieces, nephews and family members: Jennifer and Mike Marx (Mandy and Shannon); Amy and Steve Eiben (Caleb); Lauryn and Tim Pendergrass (Lily and Vaughn); Matt and Kara Womack; Sara & Drew Watros; Richie Test; Courtney and Alex Womack; Abby Castonguay; and Jackson and Norah Myers. Glenn passed on the "Test" legacy of unconditional love to all, and he will be remembered for his wisdom and generosity.

A celebration of Glenn's life will be held Tuesday, June 24, at Walnut Hills Country Club from 4-8 p.m., with a time of sharing beginning at 6:30 p.m. We hope many of his friends will be willing to share your thoughts and memories. For those wishing, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one's choice. If you choose to send flowers as a memorial, they should be delivered to Walnut Hills on Tuesday. Friends may sign Glenn's guestbook at www.palmerbush.com.

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