Glenn was a currently serving staff member and was well known both across the West Moreton LASN and the broader community. Glenn began his career in the QAS in 2004 and was the Officer-in-Charge (OIC) of Lowood Ambulance Station.
Glenn was very well known in the communities of Ipswich, Lowood, Fernvale and beyond and assisted greatly in the roll-out of CPR Awareness to the community working in partnership with the Lowood Local Ambulance Committee (LAC).
With his career in QAS spanning over 16 years, Glenn touched the lives of many patients, peers and volunteers across the QAS and the community.
Glenn leaves behind three children and QAS Legacy Scheme is providing support at this time, including this platform to raise funds for his family.
Glenn was a current financial member of the QAS Legacy Scheme and the QAS Legacy Board extends their deepest sympathies to Glenn’s family, friends and colleagues at this very difficult time.
If you would like to make a donation to support Glenn’s family, please click the link below.