E. Ray Glasgow, 93, of Frankfort, died at 7:35 A.M., on Monday, January 14, 2013 at
the Vineyards at Concord, Frankfort. He was born in Cincinnati on October 27, 1919,
the son of the late Elmer Ray and Ida Schreck Glasgow. On February 12, 1942 he
married the former Marjorie Ann Eschenbach, and in 2012 they celebrated their 70th
wedding anniversary together.
Surviving Ray is wife, Marjorie Glasgow, his sister Anita Briggs, his five children; Kathy
(Bahman) Lotfi of Arroyo Grande CA, Anita Glasgow of San Diego CA, Jeanne Glasgow
of Nokomis FL, Debbie (Ken) Champagne of Chillicothe, Terry (Laurel) Glasgow of
Las Vegas NV, seven grandchildren; Kamran Lotfi, Marjorie Gill, Eric Gallite, Brandon
Gallite, Robin Gallite, Dana Esham, Jessica Glasgow, nine great-grandchildren; Peter,
Madeleine, Florence, John, Carson, Mila, Lauren, Samantha, Eli, and numerous nieces
and nephews. He was preceded in death by one sister; Marianne Edwards, and one
brother; Leo Glasgow.
Ray graduated from Anderson Township High School. He served in the United States
Army during World War II. Ray retired from working at Williamson Heating Co., having
been a salesman. Ray was named salesman of the year in 1969. He was an avid golfer
at the Chillicothe Jaycee Golf Course, and he and his wife loved to play bridge. Ray
attended Frankfort United Methodist Church and was a member of the Frankfort Lions
In keeping with Ray's wishes, cremation will take place. Calling hours will not be held,
but a memorial service will be held at 1:00P.M. Wednesday for friends and family at
Ebright Funeral Home. Burial of the cremains will follow after in Greenlawn Cemetery,
Frankfort where military honors will be accorded by the Joseph Ellsworth White Post
483 Frankfort American Legion. Those wishing to sign his online Book of Memories may
do so at www.ebrightfuneralhome.com.