Loucks, Glenn Dean
Glenn "Dean" Loucks died on October 17, 2014. Born in White Plains on July 15, 1935 to Eleanor Peck and Glenn Dacey Loucks, he became a talented student and athlete at White Plains High School. As quarterback of the football team of 1950-1952, he was part of three undefeated seasons. Dean was All County, All Metropolitan and All American. At Yale University as quarterback he earned All Ivy League and All East honors. He graduated from Yale in 1957. He valued the friendships made through participation in sports. After receiving his Master's Degree in Teaching from Columbia University, he joined the staff at White Plains High School in 1960, teaching Social Studies and coaching the varsity football team until 1968. He helped and inspired many students. In early 1970's he became head coach of the Fordham University football team and helped to rebuild its football program. Much of his life was associated with Mohawk Day Camp and Tall Pines Camp in New Hampshire. In 2009 he was inducted into the Westchester Sports Hall of Fame for his superb athletic skills and innate intelligence which brought him his incredible success. He is survived by his daughter Kathy Loucks and grandson Glenn James Loucks Jr. He is predeceased by his daughter Ginger, his son Glenn J. Loucks Sr. and brother J. David Loucks. A private burial is planned. In lieu of flowers donations to your charity of choice
or to the Glenn D. Loucks Track Meet, care of Daniel Woodward at White Plains High School, 550 North Street, White Plains, NY, 10605
McMahon, Lyon & Hartnett FH
491 Mamaroneck Ave.
White Plains, NY, 10605
Published by The Journal News on Oct. 20, 2014.