William "Glenn" Pollard | Beaufort County Now

On September 29, 2019, William “Glenn” Pollard received his “come home” call from heaven and left to be greeted by his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. william pollard, washington, vidant medical center, greenville, october 3, 2019
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William "Glenn" Pollard

September 25, 1964 - September 29, 2019

    On September 29, 2019, William "Glenn" Pollard received his "come home" call from heaven and left to be greeted by his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He passed away at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville after an illness of several months.

    Glenn was born on September 25, 1964 in Washington, N.C. to William Larry and Gayle Clayborne Pollard (Allen) Later they moved to Kinston where he resided until his passing.

    Glenn had a very gentle and great heart. He was quiet and had a loving nature. He will be missed greatly by his friends and family. He loved drag racing and the times that he spent at Grandma Clayborne's for the Christmas Holidays. He was a self-employed painter by trade and took great pride in his finished works. As most people do, Glenn had obstacles in his life but realized Jesus was the only help that would carry him through and excepted Him as his eternal hope which has become a reality for him.

    In addition to his father Glenn was predeceased by his paternal grandparents; Henry and Martha Bell Hanna Pollard, maternal grandparents; Ernest and Yvonne Gray Sheppard Clayborne and his uncles; Bobby Pollard and Mark Clayborne. He is survived by the love of his life, Renee, his mother, Gayle Clayborne Allen and husband Thomas, two sons; Philip Pollard and Steven Glenn Pollard, one sister, Caroleen "Carol" Bates and husband Charles "Chuck", one brother, Steven Lane Pollard (Frances), one grandson, Layton Pollard, two special nieces; Stephanie Pollard and Jasmine Lovick all from the Kinston area and several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews.

    Special thanks to Vidant Medical Center, North Tower 2nd Floor ICU and all the staff who were instrumental in his care during his hospital stays.

    In lieu of flowers donations may be directed to any Animal Rescue Group of one's choice. The family will have at private memorial service at a later date.

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