Gerald P. Glose Ed.D
Gerry was born and bred in Western New York. He grew up in Amherst and attended St. Benedict’s elementary school and Canisius High School. After receiving his BS in Mathematics from LeMoyne College, he completed his Masters of Education in Mathematics at SUNYAB. For five years he taught math and coached basketball at Cleveland Hill High School and then returned to SUNYAB to receive his Masters of Architecture in Building Systems Design and his Doctorate in Educational Administration. Possessing teaching experience and having the necessary educational degrees and certifications, Gerry spent the rest of his professional career in the realm of public education. In 2000 he retired as Superintendent of Schools from the Frontier Central School District.
Since his retirement he continues to keep his hand in educational issues by consulting on a variety of topics ranging from school district consolidation studies to recommendations on facilities, finances, staffing and enrollment forecasts for individual school districts. He has also served on the Board of Trustees at Canisius High School and Immaculata Academy.
Gerry has been and continues to be involved in a number of volunteer activities. He has served as an active member and past chair of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Board, the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce Board, the Hamburg Youth Services Consortium, the Our Lady of Perpetual Help/Blessed John Paul II Parish Leadership Team and Parish Finance Committee. He has also served on the Town of Hamburg Youth Advisory Board, the Hamburg Development Corporation Board of Directors, the Parent Child Connection Advisory Board and was a Little Cagers Basketball Coach in the Town of Hamburg. He is a licensed presenter for the Franklin Covey “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”.
For the last 20 years Gerry has resided in Lakeview with his wife, Maureen. He has three children—Eric, Martin and Matthew.