Larry Glock

Died: Sun., Aug. 25, 2019

Private Services

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     Larry V. Glock, 74, of Mifflin, died Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019, at Geisinger Lewistown Hospital.

     He was born Sept. 5, 1944, in McCulloch's Mills, Juniata Co.

     He is survived by one son, David J. Glock of Mifflin, one daughter, Diane Glock-Cornman and husband, Michael, of Elizabethtown, and one grandson, Mason Cornman.

     He was preceded in death by his father, Lawrence A. Glock, his mother, Emily (Flood) Glock Wilson, his step-father, Kenneth L. WIlson, and his wife, Cynthia "Cindy" (Zimmerman) Glock.

     Larry was a Senior Medic in the U.S. Army during Vietnam serving at both Lai Khe and at the U.S. Army Burn Unit at Fort Sam Houston.

     He retired from the U.S. Postal Service where he was a Maintenance Technician in the main Post Office in Harrisburg.

     He was a member of the Association for Research and Enlightenment and was a staunch supporter of the Doctors Without Borders organization.

     He loved being out in nature and gardening.

     To honor Larry's wishes, he will be cremated and have a private service.

     Memorial contributions are respectfully encouraged to Doctors Without Borders, which can be found online at

     Guss Funeral Home, Inc., 20 S. Third St., Mifflintown, has care of the arrangements. Condolences may be left at

Charitable donations may be made in Larry's memory to the following organization:

Doctors Without Borders

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Bill Manbeck
   Posted Sat September 07, 2019
I was saddened to hear about Larry passing away recently. We worked together at Manbeck Construction Co. for many years and he was one of my favorite employees. Larry was a very competent person both as a plumbing and electric person, but then even more valuable as a foreman on all sorts of projects.
His uncle Bill came to me and said Larry was looking for work and asked if I would be interested in hiring him. I didn't think twice about his working with us and was very lucky he stayed for us as long as he did. Not only was he great to work with but he was just the kind of person you wanted to be around. I'm so sorry he's not around but feel fortunate to have spent as much time with him as I did.
I'm sending a donation to "Doctors Without Borders" as mentioned in the obituary. Again, I'm sorry for everyones loss.