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OBITUARY AS PRINTED IN THE JULY 3, 2001 WISCONSIN POST-CRESCENT:
Dr. Gary J. Glascoe
Died Thursday, June 28, 2001, of brain cancer.He was born on November 16, 1938, in Klamath Falls, Oregon, to the late Greer F. Glascoe and Thaylia Pearce Glascoe.
Dr. Glascoe was a staff specialist at Riverside Medical Center in private practice as a clinical audiologist and owner of Rural Audiology Services of Waupaca along with his wife, Chris.He was actively involved as a volunteer staff member at Faith Community Church in Waupaca as the Director of Men's Ministry and a long-time Elder of the church.
He retired in 1999 after a 27-year teaching career at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point where he was an Associate Professor in the Audiology Department, School of Communicative Disorders.Dr. Glascoe was instrumental in bringing computing technology to UW-SP.
He had a B.S. degree from Pacific University, an M.A. in Speech Pathology from Western Michigan University and a Ph.D. in Audiology from the University of Denver.He began his career at UW-SP in August 1973.
The most important milestone for Gary was when he turned direction of his life over to Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior in August 1976 followed by his marriage to Christine Elkins in December of that year.
More than anything he enjoyed a wide circle of friends in the academic community, the business and professional community, and the Christian communities of Waupaca and northeast Wisconsin.He will be well remembered as a speaker and leader with a beautiful, deep resonant voice, and a sparkling sense of humor.He combined this with a life-long enthusiasm and participation in music as a musician and choir singer.
He had a passion for sharing his faith in Jesus with others and his work at Faith Community Church.
He is survived by his wife, Christine; two sons, Lee G. Glascoe, Oakland, California; Jay T. Glascoe, New York City, New York; stepdaughter Lisa A. (Blowney) Simonson, Waupaca; a sister and brother-in-law, Judith and Kenneth Seppa, Vancouver, Washington.Gary very much enjoyed his two grandchildren, Drew P. Simonson and Avery C. Simonson.