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Greg Glenn ’70 Announces His Retirement From Creighton Prep

Longtime and beloved faculty member Mr. Greg Glenn ‘70 has announced his retirement from Creighton Preparatory School. A true man for others, Mr. Glenn was an integral member of the Creighton Prep community for more than 45 years, serving as a football coach, social studies teacher, and retreat facilitator during his storied career. He has impacted the lives of students in the pursuit of forming them into young men of faith, scholarship, leadership and service in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition. He has served with compassion and integrity.

“I have decided to pursue a wonderful opportunity with the Heart Ministry Center,” said Mr. Glenn. “I am grateful to have been part of so many lives that make up our Creighton Prep community.”

Mr. Glenn’s impact on Creighton Prep and the students he taught, coached, counseled and mentored has been truly remarkable. From his many years of leadership with the freshman retreat program to coaching the ‘B Team Bombers’ and his work as a teacher, Mr. Glenn has supported countless students with guidance, spiritual formation and an engaging classroom. Mr. Glenn’s positive influence on the lives of students during his career at Prep cannot be overstated.

“I will always treasure the wonderful relationships that have been made throughout my career at Prep,” said Mr. Glenn. “This has been an incredible and blessed journey. I look forward to being a part of the Prep community in a new way while keeping in touch with the Prep alumni as I move into a different type of service.”

“Since I arrived at Prep, many alumni have made a point of letting me know that Mr. Glenn played a critical role in their high school careers and in their lives. Mr. Glenn has made an extraordinary impact on Creighton Prep,” added Fr. Spotts, SJ. “We wish Mr. Glenn the very best as he pursues this next phase of his life. We know that he will make an incredible mark on this world as he continues to be a servant of God and a man for others.”