William T. Glasgow, Class of ’47, died in October 2015. Mr. Glasgow’s firm, W.T. Glasgow Inc., was a national leader in the organization and operation of trade shows and commercial exhibits. His family designated Leo as an in lieu of flowers beneficiary, and more than $5,000 has been donated to Leo’s Scholarship Fund in Mr. Glasgow’s memory.
Joseph P. Mulhern, Class of ’38, died in November 2015. Mr. Mulhern resumed his education after military service in World War II and put himself through law school while working as a teacher. He maintained a lifelong commitment to education while establishing himself as one of the nation’s foremost authorities on labor law and legal issues in the workplace. The Mulhern family also sought donations to the Leo Scholarship Fund in Mr. Mulhern’s memory, and more than $5,000 has been collected.
Jim Sherman, Class of ’56, died in January 2016. Jim taught and worked in business and in public affairs to support his wife and seven children, but he always found time to indulge his passion for the stage. He was recognized as one of the leading actors on the Chicago-area theater scene, known as “Mr. Christmas” for his role as Gustav Stossel in “The Christmas Schooner” at the Mercury Theater and as Kris Kringle in “Miracle on 34th Street” at the Porchlight Music Theater. Jim’s brother Terry is a 1964 Leo grad.
May eternal rest be granted unto these outstanding Leo Men. Our prayers are with their families.