Jerry Glos

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jerry Glos, Glos Associate’s Vice-President, Senior Architect and Co-founder over the weekend. Jerry celebrated his 90th birthday this past September and still possessed the passion and commitment to continue in his role here at Glos. He took great pleasure in offering words of encouragement and advice whenever he was able to. His vast experience and unwavering devotion to our company will be missed as will his friendship. Jerry earned his Bachelor of Architecture degree from McGill University. He amassed over 50 years of architectural design experience continuing to work right to the end. He epitomized the adage, “You have to love what you do” and he surely did so, with a passion. A licenced architect, Jerry was a member of the Ontario Association of Architects and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. A few of his many local projects include the GM Trim Plant, The Adie Knox Herman Memorial Recreation Complex, The Windsor Star printing facility and the Windsor Transit Terminal. He was the recipient of multiple civic design awards for design excellence, including the Premier’s Award for Accessibility for the All Saints Church renovation in 1985 and two Windsor Construction Association awards of Merit including the 2011 award for Hospitality Institutions. Jerry was honoured as a “Fellow” at the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Convocation in Calgary in June 2014. His unwavering commitment to his community also led him to win the Charles Clark Award in recognition of his countless volunteer contributions to the University of Windsor.

Memorial Visiting Friday 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at

FAMILIES FIRST FUNERAL HOME

3260 Dougall Ave. South Windsor

On Saturday family and friends are invited to meet at Banwell Community Church (2400 Banwell Rd., Windsor, ON N8P1X9)
at 10:30 a.m. for further visitation until funeral service at 11:30 a.m. Share memories, photos or make a donation at www.FamiliesFirst.ca

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