Annie Glenn who has worked throughout her life for the people with disabilities took her last breath yesterday. She was 100 years old at the time of death. She died due to complications from Coronavirus.
Annie Glenn Died In Due To Coronavirus Complications
As per the reports, she died in a nursing home near St. Paul, Minn. The spokesman of the John Glenn College of Public Affairs confirmed the news of her demise. She died due to the complication occurred because of the current pandemic. She was the widow of the former Senator and Astronaut John Glenn who died in 2016.
To honour her life of service, the Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has ordered that flags of the United States and Ohio will be flown at all public building and grounds all over in Muskingum County, Ohio Statehouse, Vern Riffe Center and Rhodes Tower.
“Our Ohio State community joins the entire nation in mourning the loss of Annie Glenn, a wonderful person, a courageous spirit and deeply devoted citizen, mother, grandmother and loving friend,” said Ohio State President Michael V. Drake.
Family Mourn The Death Of Annie Glenn
Annie was in the public eye right next to her husband and never forgot her roots. She used to often to her home in Ohio to embrace the life she had lived. Annie’s cousin, Jane Castor said that both Annie and John were completely untouched by fame. And that’s how they will be remembered – John and Annie.
Castor said that one last thing that John said to Annie was “Life will not be dull”. She had volunteered at the John and Annie Glen Museum which features their life from childhood and the end. And every picture has a story.
St. Clair said that she is proud to be a part of their community and to have known John and Annie.