Edward A. Glod

July 18, 1928 - September 4, 2021
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Edward A, Glod, 93, of Three Rivers passed away on Saturday, September 4, 2021.  Born in Wilbraham, MA on July 18, 1928, he was the son of the late Andrew and Katherine (Ziemian) Glod. Educated in local schools, Edward proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Navy during World War II.  He went on to work for many years as a substation construction supervisor for Northeast Utilities.  A longtime Three Rivers resident, Edward was a communicant of Divine Mercy Parish.  He enjoyed fishing and golfing, as well as attending NASCAR races.

Edward leaves his son Michael Glod of Robbinsville, NJ and his daughter Mary Lamoureux of Indian Land, SC.  He also leaves his beloved grandchildren Jillian and Jeffrey, as well as 4 great-grandchildren Garrett, Grayson, Olivia and Owen.  Sadly, he was predeceased by his wife Eileen (Walker) Glod in 2007 and his brother Walter Glod.

Services for Edward were held at the Massachusetts Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery, Agawam, MA.

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Services for Edward were held at the Massachusetts Veteran’s Memorial Cemetery, Agawam, MA.


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Born: July 18, 1928
Died: September 4, 2021

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Edward Okseniak posted on 9/17/21

On behalf of the Polish American Veterans of Wilbraham please accept our deepest sympathies on Ed’s passing. Respectfully, Ed Okseniak Post Commander PAV of Wilbraham


Tony salas posted on 9/16/21

My deepest condolences to you mike and family Edu was an amazing Wonderful man and will hold a special place in my heart..


Tony salad posted on 9/16/21

Fishing with this man was always great memories.. I started fishing with Ed many years ago had to be early 20s now I'm 46 we went in canoe one late afternoon to a pond in Brimfield mass he said Tony throw your line over by the loosestrife I said the what he said just throw it over there along the bank..lol...this man taught me so much over the years and the last visit I had with him was brief and I walked out with a smile as he was still teaching me and Ed you know exactly what I am talking about...love you dearly and I'll see you again on the pond...


Alyna V posted on 9/15/21

My deepest condolences to Mike and the family. Ed was my neighbor for 24 years and the best grandfather figure we could have ever asked for. His upbeat beautiful personality is already so deeply missed.


Rebecca Shaw posted on 9/14/21

Mr. Glod was very well liked by our whole pharmacy staff at Palmer Walgreens and will be greatly missed. He always had a big smile and was a joyful man.