Amesbury, MA — Glenn Justice, age 50, of Amesbury Mass., formerly of Gloucester, died on June 19, 2013, at home, after a two year battle with cancer of the pancreas. Glenn was born October 29, 1962, at Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester to the late Richard and Mary (Powers) Justice. Glenn is survived by the love of his life, Rebecca “Becky” Enslow Ingersoll; her two children, Alex Ingersoll and Chelsea Brooks; and her parents, Russell and Susan Enslow of Gloucester and Rockport. He is also survived by five brothers, Tom and his wife, Peggy, of Rockport, Philip and his wife, Cindy, of Gloucester, Rob and his wife, Janice, of Woburn, Brian of Danvers, Peter and his wife, Amy, of Gloucester; and one sister, Ellen Justice Crane of Gloucester; and also nieces, Laura, Susanna, Andrea, Caroline, Iris Muench; and nephews, Matt and Jack. He also leaves aunts, Tess Phinney and her husband, Walter, of Gloucester, Jean Devlin of Wilmington; uncle, George Justice of Parkville Md.; and many cousins. He was predeceased by his parents, Richard and Mary (Powers) Justice; and brother, Kevin. Glenn also leaves many friends in Gloucester and Ipswich, and co-workers at EBSCO Industries in Ipswich, where he was a Senior Account Executive, and many friends in the local music community, including good friend and former band mate, Ed Hetner; neighbor and friend, Jim Ryan; and special friend, Nancy Mullins.
Following graduation from Gloucester High School in 1982, Glenn served 4 years in the United States Air Force. He was stationed in Caribou, Maine and Germany among his duty stations. He was able to travel throughout Europe, as well as experience the coldest weather in the continental U.S. in Caribou, Maine, he said. After serving in the Air Force, Glenn attended Salem State College and received his B.A. in Business Administration. He also took courses in securities trading while working at Morgan Stanley and John Hancock financial services. For many years, Glenn was a very successful Senior Account Executive at EBSCO Company in Ipswich, with a sales territory that covered much of Eastern Canada and the Northeast. He enjoyed his many business trips to college and university libraries in Toronto, Nova Scotia, and other Canadian cities.