The Museum had posted this memorial on the organization's website:
Included in the museum's post was this beautiful memorial to Glen by Mrs. Autry:At the Autry, we remember Glen for his kindness and generosity. He performed at six Autry Galas: 1988, 1989, 1997, 1998, 2004, and 2007. In 2004, he received the Autry’s Humanities Prize in honor of his work and accomplishments, which have profoundly enriched our understanding of the American West.
Below is a photo of Glen holding his 2004 Autry Humanities Prize. This recognition as well as the opportunities to perform for six Autry Galas must have been tremendous for Glen. One of his documented early childhood memories is of seeing Gene Autry, his cowboy hero, on the big screen at his local movie house. Members will remember, too, Glen's first guitar was a "cowboy guitar" painted with the image of a cowboy riding a horse, possibly Gene Autry or at least his likeness of the singing cowboy.“Gene and I cherished our friendship with Glen. He was also a dear friend of the Autry Museum and a gifted artist who graced this world with his beautiful music,” said Jackie Autry, Founding Chair of the Autry’s Board of Trustees. “I will always hold him close to my heart.”
Also, the museum, located in Los Angeles, California, is in the process this year of gathering stories about LA's Griffith Park for a long-term exhibition. I submitted on behalf of Glen Campbell Forums On The Net the story regarding Glen's special connection with the park.