Classmates in Memory

Danny Glasgow

Danny Glasgow passed away on Oct. 11, 2012, after a long battle with Cancer.



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10/22/12 05:40 PM #1    

Carletta (Corkey) Connally (Brigance)

So sorry to read about Danny. My condolences and prayers to all his family and friends. He was quite the character in high school for sure. Rest in peace, Danny.

10/22/12 08:00 PM #2    

JoEllen Glasgow (McVey)

My favorite dance partner ever!  I'm sure he's giving dance lessons in heaven.  "Save a dance for me Danny".

10/23/12 01:10 AM #3    

Susan Gibson (Howell)

Danny, sweetheart!  There are no words to express the deep sadness I feel about your passing. I kept thinking we would get together "one last time" but it just wasn't meant to be. I know that you will watch over me from heaven as you did at every Jr High and High School dance. I always knew you had my back and that I was safe with you around. I know that you are finally at peace and I pray that you know how much you were loved by many...and by me!  Loved you since first grade and will love you until we meet again.  Hugs, sweetie! 

03/04/13 11:51 AM #4    

JoEllen Glasgow (McVey)

Northeastern State University honors our Classmate, Dan Glasgow
NSU to add 10 Centurions to list of Centurions
As part of Founders Day 2013 at Northeastern State University, 10 names will be added to the roll of NSU Centurions. Founders Day commemorates the day the Oklahoma legislature purchased the Cherokee National Female Seminary and created the Northeastern State Normal School on March 6, 1909.
An annual honor established during the 2009 Centennial Founders Day Celebration, Centurions are people associated with NSU—alumni, faculty, staff and students, whether past or present—who impacted the life of the nominator, the Northeastern community or the public at large.
Dr. Dan Glasgow was a professor for curriculum and instruction at NSU and sponsored the Student Council for Exceptional Children – a student organization which helps children with disabilities in the community. At NSU he established productive professional relationships with area public schools and organized dances for special needs people in coordination with the Tahlequah Elks Lodge. He earned his bachelor of psychology, master of special education and his Ed.D. in special education from East Texas State in 1970, 1983 and 1995. He retired in 2012 after 16 years with the NSU faculty and was named an emeritus professor. He died on Oct. 11, 2012, at age 65.





04/15/14 08:55 AM #5    

Sharon Dooley (Odell)

After 10 years of marriage and 2 wonderful sons, we still remained friends. God Bless You.

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