Sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. Glenn Lash, Lowber, PA, has died while attending the annual State Delegates Meeting at the 2016 Grand American on August 10, 2016. Glen led the state in doubles averages an incredible 7 times, finishing second 3 times. Glenn was also the high singles average shooter in the state in 1998 with a .9930 average, one of the highest singles average in state history. He was serving his 4th year as the PSSA delegate to the ATA, replacing Frank Pascoe in 2013. He earned 17 All State selections and was an All American in 1999. Glenn was selected the Pennsylvania Trapshooter of the Year in 1999 and was enshrined into the state Trapshooting Hall of Fame on June 17th, 2008. He was an official at the Ruffsdale Gun Club for many years. Glenn was runner-up at the 1998 Grand American Singles Class Championship with a 200 straight. He won titles at the ATA Eastern Zone Shoot as well as Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia state shoots, along with many awards at the PSSA State and Western Zone Shoots as well as the many other shoots in western Pennsylvania. John Michael Lash, his 31 year old son, preceded him in death when he died in an automobile accident in July of last year. Glenn and his wife Dienna were married for 39 years.