Stanley A. GLOW
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GLOW Stanley A. Stanley A. Glow, 94, formerly of Evanston, Illinois and a resident of Lake Barrington, Illinois since 2005, passed away Friday, February 4, 2011. He was born December 16, 1916 in Toledo, Ohio to Mary and Stanley Glowczewski. Stanley was the beloved husband for 69 years to the late Dorothy Glow. Graduating with degrees from Eastern Michigan and the University of Michigan, he taught at Michigan State and Evanston Township High School. It was there he was Department Chair for Industrial Education, and later was Superintendent of Building and Grounds. He was a devoted family man and an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing. He lived to support the grandchildren's activities no matter where their interests took them. Survivors include his son, Judd (Margie) Glow of Cary, Illinois; a daughter, Marcia Glow of Los Angeles, and grandchildren, Eric (Kim) Glow, Meghan Glow, and Alessandra Toresanni. Services will be scheduled in Toledo, Ohio at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be sent to: Milk for Children, Carlinville School District Fund, Carlinville, IL 62626, Attn: The Principal, or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, PO Box 50, Memphis, TN 38101-9929. You may leave online condolences for the family at or call 847-381-3411 for information.

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Published in The Blade on Feb. 6, 2011.
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February 6, 2011
well stash, you made it to heaven with dorothy. i told you not to beat me there. thanks for all the stories about the farm, marcia's and st. judes life, alessandras' movies. tell your grandchildren to get busy so that the glows never lose the farm. what am i going to do. is there anyone to tell me more stories about carlinville? ha! ha. good luck ole buddy. i miss you already. jack and eileen mahoney
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