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Glenn Max Gentry

January 17, 1944 March 2, 2019
Glenn Max Gentry
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Obituary for Glenn Max Gentry

Glenn Max Gentry, 75, of Harrisonburg, passed away March 2, 2019.

Max was born January 17, 1944 in Crawfordsville, IN. He was the son Dora E. Adams, and the late Glenn M. Gentry.

Max moved from Crawfordsville to Harrisonburg in 1979 to support the start-up of the R.R. Donnelley plant. He was employed with R.R. Donnelley, as an Engineer, for 38 years.

On July 9, 1983, Max was united in marriage to Billie J. Gentry, who preceded him in death.

Survivors include daughter, Tami Brubaker and husband, Jay, of Lafayette, IN; stepdaughter, Laura Parrish and husband Blanton of Harrisonburg; step-sons Barry Davis of Broadway, and Larry Davis of Harrisonburg; grandchildren, Emma and Josh Gentry, Ashleigh and Tyler Brubaker, Samantha and Blake Parrish, and Sophie Davis.

In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by son, Bradley Scott Gentry.

At the request of the deceased, the body was cremated and a private service will be held for family members only. There will be no visitation.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Autism Society of Central Virginia, 200 South 3rd Street, Richmond, VA 23219, and/or Sentara RMH Hospice, 2010 Health Campus Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22801.

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Services are private.

Memorial Contribution

Autism Society of Central Virginia

200 South 3rd Street
Richmond, VA 23219

Sentara-RMH Hospice and Palliative Care

2010 Health Campus Drive
Harrisonburg, VA 22801

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