Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Family Glaess

Herman Glaess, born in 1926, died in 2009.

Herman Glaess, born in 1926, died in 2009.

Herman Lewis Glaess was born on July 18, 1926, in Harbor Beach, Michigan to Arnold and Vincenta (Sandmann) Glaess. Herman passed away in Lincoln, Nebraska, on August 8, 2009, at the age of 83 years. He married Ruth Bruckner on August 5, 1950, at the Nazareth Lutheran Church in Detroit, Michigan. Herman graduated from Concordia Teachers College (River Forest, Illinois) in 1946, received a Masters Degree from Wayne State University in 1955 and added Doctor of Education from the University of Nebraska in 1966.

Herman’s professional career spanned over 50 years. He was a teacher and principal at St. Peter’s Lutheran School in East Detroit, MI, Professor and Chairman of the Education and Psychology Division at Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nebraska, and guest instructor at the University of Nebraska. Both Concordia and the University of Nebraska presented Herman with their highest teaching awards.

Herman was also an author of the best selling Potentiality Enhancement Programs. As a clinical psychologist, Glaess served as an organizational consultant, trainer and motivational speaker to businesses, trade association, utilities and educational institutions across the United States. He also served as President of the Lutheran Education Association.

Herman is survived by his wife, Ruth and children and their spouses, Anita and Jack Batts of Encampment, WY, Mark and Debbie Glaess of Maple Grove, MN, Marian Brosig of Palisades, CO and Lori and Cameron Scarlett of Madison, WI ...

(The obituary webpage is here.)

Ruth (Bruckner) Glaess, born in [year?].

Anita (Glaess) Batts, born in [year?].

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Marian (Glaess) Brosig, born in [year?].

Lori (Glaess) Scarlett, born in [year?].

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