Glenn is employed by United Airlines, flying Captain on a Boeing 777 to Europe, Asia, and South America. He is in his 35th year with the airline industry. Prior to that, Glenn was an officer and pilot in the United States Air Force and was stationed at Rickenbacker Air Force Base from 1975-79, flying the KC-135A in support of the Strategic Air Command. In 1982, Glenn and his wife, Debbie, decided to make Bexley their home. Their five children all graduated from Bexley High School, and two have returned to call Bexley their home.
Glenn was born and raised in New Orleans, LA and graduated from Louisiana Tech University in 1973. He and Debbie are active in the St. Catharine Parish. They are members of Merieult Society of the Historic New Orleans Collection.
Glenn is anticipating his retirement in July 2016 and is excited to visit the places he has only seen from 35,000 feet. Both Glenn and Debbie fully understand and grasp the importance preserving the history of Bexley.
Stanley has lived in Bexley for 71 of his 74 years and is a 1959 graduate of Bexley High School, while his wife, Jacki, was in the class of 1962. He earned a BS Degree in Marketing from Bryant University. Their three children are Jeffrey, Adam and DAvid; all of whom are Bexley grads.
Stanley worked as a sales executive for the Yenkin Majestic Paint Corp and as a sales agent for Coldwell Banker King Thompson Realty.
He is past president of Jewish Family Service, Family Counseling & Crittenton Service, and the Whitehall/Bexley Rotary Club. He served as a board member for Hillel Foundation, OSU and the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio. Stanley is a Life Member of Congregation Agudas Achim. He and Jacki enjoy visits from their four grandchildren and traveling.
Originally published in Historical Herald, Fall 2015
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