Glen Campbell’s Family Shares Heartbreaking Update Regarding His Alzheimer’s Battle

Glen Campbell’s Family Shares Heartbreaking Update Regarding His Alzheimer’s Battle

The singer is battling Alzheimer’s, and now more than ever, his family needs to remember the good memories — because each day is a struggle.

  • Rose Halleran

    My prayers and thoughts go out to Mr Campbell and his family. A close family friend has Alzheimer’s too and it is one of the saddest things to witness. It is so much harder on the families, watching their loved one who had so much life and energy dwindle away to the shell of what they use to be. Memories are very important! Stay strong and God Bless!

  • Sue

    My thoughts and prayers are with this family during this difficult time. My mom has this terrible disease and is experiencing the same thing! It is truly heartbreaking! We will never know why this happens to our loved ones. We can only hope to use our experiences to reach out and help others who are suffering!

  • Eugenia Jarrell

    My heart is breaking,My very first 45,was Galveston,Loved his show,,especially with him and Jonny Hartford…I Will Alway’s Have On My Glen Campbell…Love You Man…

  • Mary

    My first country star is Glen. I had a life size poster of him growing up and a family friend who sang his songs and played guitar.
    Galveston will remain my favorite song.
    God is with all of you, trust in Him above all else.

  • Maureen Caldwell

    I am truly saddened hearing this. Please give Glen a big hug for me. I am very lucky to have sang back up with him when I was a wee girl. He is a great entertainer, a bit of a comedian, and a good man. Patience is a great attribute when dealing with such a disease.
    Much Love

  • bonnie patrie

    my dad has been struggling also 4 years lost mobility recongnition and mosting just stares We love him with all our heart

  • Kathy E

    Hi I am from Manitoba Canada, my our mother had that terrible Alzheimer disease, for about 13 years. Was very hard to see her live this horrible disease daily. As the people here have witnessed it no more comments are necessary !!!

  • Kelley Allen

    When I was a kid I looked alot like Glen and was blessed with a voice similar to your Dad’s and as a result have always felt a kinship to him. My mother was taken from us in 2003 with Alzheimer’s. I feel for you very deeply and hope and pray you all enjoy every minute together. Just remember…it’s all still there, just can’t connect at times. My prayers and love your way.
    Kelley Allen
    Naples, Fl