GLENN W. KINDLE – Obituary

          Glenn W. Kindle, Esq. on March 21, 2017.  Age 88.  Son of the late Byron C. and Ada L. (nee Kessinger) Kindle.  Cousin of Cynthia Engle, Charlotte Farscht and others who predeceased him. Born in Clayton where he was a lifelong resident, Glenn was a 1947 graduate of Clayton High School.  He earned a Bachelors Degree from Dickinson College in 1951 and went on to the University of Pennsylvania where he completed his Law Degree in 1953.  Glenn was a practicing attorney with law offices in both Clayton and Woodbury from 1955 until 1998.  He served as a Municipal Court Judge for 30 years sitting on the bench in every town in Gloucester County at one time or another.  Glenn was a member of the Clayton Lions Club, Clayton Republican Club, Gloucester County Bar Association, Gloucester County YMCA Board of Directors, and was the Advisor for the local Hi – Y club in Clayton.  He was also a founding member of the Clayton Jaycees in 1956 and its first President, running such events as the “Car Road-e-o”.  Glenn was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of Clayton, singing in the choir and serving as Superintendent of the Sunday School and a member of Sessions.  He has been a member of Clayton Historic Preservation Advisory for 20 years.  During this time Glenn held many different positions including Treasurer for one year, Vice-Chairperson for ten years, Chairperson for one year, and was also a member of several of the standing committees.  He has authored two children’s books with railroading themes and donated them to the CHP as fund raisers and has also written several articles for the CHP newsletter on the history of railroading in South Jersey and other subjects he enjoyed.
           Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the BARCLAY FUNERAL HOME, 208 Maple Street, Clayton.  Funeral Service at 11:00 AM at the funeral home.  Interment Cedar Green Cemetery, Clayton.  In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made in his memory to the First Presbyterian Church of Clayton, PO Box 487, Clayton, NJ  08312 or to the Clayton Historic Preservation, PO Box 29, Clayton, NJ  08312.  Sign the guest book and send condolences at