In remembrance …

Doris T. Glenn

(1930 – 2019)

Doris T. Glenn was born in Jemison AL. She graduated from Jemison High School in 1948 and married Thomas “Verdie” Glenn that same year. In her youth, she enjoyed playing golf. This interest grew when her husband was hired as a greens caretaker at the Clanton Country Club.

Glenn was employed as a secretary at the First National Bank; a legal assistant for a Clanton attorney; clerical and perimeter operator at the PMA office; recorder and operator of the photostatic machine with the Judge of Probate before working with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.

She began working as a secretary in Chilton County in 1952 until her retirement in 1988. She assisted staff and clientele with questions and information across program areas. She served as a counselor at Chilton 4-H camp, rallies, and other youth events. She assisted with the financial records in the county office.

Glenn wanted to be remembered with smiles and laughter, for that is how she remembered her co-workers. She continued to work part-time in retirement, assisting over holidays and vacations. She became a member of the Auburn University Retiree Association.

Her husband, Thomas “Verdie” Glenn, preceded her in death. Her niece, Linda Hays, survives her.

The Alpha Pi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi honors and remembers Doris T. Glenn by placing her name on the dedicatory plaque of the Memorial Chapel.

Chapel Plaque Inscription Number: 646