A professor at Cincinnati's prominent Xavier University passes away in a ATV accident checking the status of the fencing progress on his property in Indiana. Living life to the fullest to the end of his passing, just a few days before he mentioned that he was feeling the greatest he has ever been.
Philip Glasgo enjoyed being able to work in the city and live close, but still have the charm of the country being able to be only twenty miles away from the downtown core of the city. He began teaching at Xavier in 1984 as a finance professor and has been awarded the prestigious "Golden Apple Teaching Award" as well as gaining the title of author from his book regarding finance management. He passed away at the age of 66 with many accomplishments in his life.
A source, Northminister Presbyterian Church in Finnytown has mentioned that he was heavily involved in their church and has always been very optimistic about death, joking about it quite often. He did also help out many in need, often gave guidance.
Education has always been a high priority for Glasgo, earning a B.A. in Mathematics from Ohio University; going on to pursue a MBA as well as a Ph.D. in finance from Ohio State University. He has worked for quite a few financial institutions before teaching banking at the University of Cincinnati, then moving on to teach at Xavier in 1984.
Needless to say, Mr. Glasgo has led a very successful life and has added a plethora of knowledge to his students lives.
He has been survived by his wife Dana; son, Brock; as well as brother Steve.
Funeral services have yet to be made.