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Agnes Jackie Glasgow

Agnes Jackie Glasgow, American social welfare administrator, therapist. Certified substance abuse counselor, Colorado, Tennessee. Recipient Volunteer of Year award United Way, Decatur, Illinois, 1982, Community Service award scholarship Mental Health Society, 1983, Outstanding Service award, 1989, Distinguished Service award Sheriff Department, Memphis, 1988; nominated Diamond award Memphis Mental Health Association, 1994.


  • Glasgow, Agnes Jackie was born on July 23, 1941 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Daughter of Carl Lecota Pace and Henrietta Ford (Cozart) Robertson.

  • Education

    • License, Trinidad State Junior College, Colorado, 1968. Associate of Applied Science, Metropolitan State College, Denver, 1979. Bachelor of Science, Metropolitan State College, Denver, 1980.

      Master of Public Administration, University Colorado, Denver, 1987.


    • Private practice Life Counseling Center, Denver, Memphis, 1980—1998. Coordinator masters program for substance abuse Metropolitan State College, Denver, 1980—1981. Executive director Concord Commons Counseling Center, Decatur, Illinois, 1981—1982.

      Child care specialist Adams Community Mental Health Center, Commerce City, Colorado, 1982—1984. Adolescent family counselor Parkside Lodge Colorado, Thornton, 1984—1986. Family therapist Charter Lakeside Hospital, Memphis, 1986—1987.

      Counselor, coordinator Shelby State Community College, 1987—1988. Supervisor adolescent and young adult program Methodist Outreach, 1988—1990. Senior mental health specialist dual diagnosis unit Methodist Hospital Center, 1990—1998, relapse prevention specialist, 1994—1998.

      Retired, 1998

      Consultant, part-time instructor Shelby State Community College, Memphis.

    Major achievements

    • Certified substance abuse counselor, Colorado, Tennessee.


    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Faith in God is more than a theoretical belief in Him. To have faith in God is to trust Him, to have confidence in Him, and to be willing to act on belief in Him. It is a principle of action and power.


    Committee member Youth Suicide Task Force, Memphis, 1988-1998. President Memphis and Shelby County Children and Adolescent Association, 1990-1991. Member National Organization Human Service Workers, National Organization Substance Abuse Counselors, American Association Counseling & Development, Psi Chi (treasurer 1979-1980).



    Reading, stained glass, hunting, fishing, sailing.


    • Married Morgan Walton, September 20, 1958 (divorced 1979). Children: Scotty Gene, Carley Earlene Walton DeVore. Married Phillip Sidney Glasgow, August 9, 1986.
    • father: Carl Lecota Pace Robertson
    • mother: Henrietta Ford (Cozart) Robertson
    • spouses: Morgan Walton
    • Phillip Sidney Glasgow
    • children: Scotty Gene Glasgow
    • Carley Earlene Walton DeVore Glasgow
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    Born July 23, 1941
    • 1968
      Trinidad State Junior College
    • 1979
      Metropolitan State College
    • 1980
      Metropolitan State College
    • 1987
      University Colorado
    • 1980 - 1998
      Private practice, Life Counseling Center
      Denver, Colorado, United States
    • 1980 - 1981
      coordinator, masters program for substance abuse Metropolitan State College
      Denver, Colorado, United States
    • 1981 - 1982
      executive, director Concord Commons Counseling Center
      Decatur, Alabama, United States
    • 1982 - 1984
      child care specialist, Adams Community Mental Health Center
      Commerce City, Colorado, United States
    • 1984 - 1986
      adolescent family counsel, or Parkside Lodge Colorado
      Thornton, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 1986 - 1987
      family therapist Charter Lakeside Hospital
      Memphis, Tennessee, United States
    • 1987 - 1988
      counsel, Shelby State Community College
    • 1987 - 1988
      coordinator, Shelby State Community College
    • 1988 - 1990
      supervisor adolescent and young adult program Methodist Outreach
    • 1998
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