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Former U.S. Navy SEAL Glen Doherty, 42, of Winchester, Massachusetts, assigned to a State Department security detail in Benghazi, Libya, died in an attack on a U.S. consulate on September 11, 2012. He is survived by his parents, Ben and Barbara, sister Katie, and brother Greg.
Written Sept. 2012
Our Dear Friend Glen, I (we) as a community have so much admiration, respect and love for you. Glen, your passion for life ran far and wide whether it was doing a hard workout, charging in the Wasatch on skis, surfing in North County or being among the best Operators in the Seal Teams for over 9 years. I do not know one person on this earth who has known Glen as someone other than the best dude, friend, teammate or person you will ever meet. Like one of his Brothers in the teams once told me “He (Glen) was like a human conduit”. He connected so many of us as close friends today. We will miss your quick wit, cooking, razor sharp attention to detail, research mastery and your rock solid opinions from Politics, sports to gardening. You are not only a Great American Hero Glen Doherty but you will always be a legend in our hearts and souls. WE WILL FOREVER MISS YOU GLEN
Coach Dan and the community at CrossFit 2120
Please support the effort my wife (Nicole Miller Aka:Squirrel) to raise $$$ to run in this years Boston Marathon for the Glen Doherty Memorial Fund. Please join us for a very special Happy hour at the American Legion in Encinitas Wednesday April 6. There will be raffle, silent and live auction, 50/50 raffle and of course entry gets you a bowl of Glen’s recipe chili and a beer. We welcome the public so please tell your friends and Family. ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO GDMF. Great cause great friends make it happen.
30 GTO 135/95
Run 1 mile
13 rope ascents
Run 1 mile
GA: 1/2 the reps & mod rope climbs