Council President David Glenn Havre de GraceGovernmentElected OfficialsCouncil President David Glenn firstname.lastname@example.org David Glenn was born in Rock Hall, Maryland and moved to Havre de Grace in 1967 following his parents’ relocation to this area in order to reduce his dad’s commute as an Aberdeen Proving Ground firefighter. As a youth, he was involved in many local sports activities and community organizations to include the Boy Scouts, where he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout (scouting’s highest honor). Beginning in 1970 at the early age of 13, he got his first job with McLhinney’s News Stand, a local downtown business, where he worked for 9 years. He is a proud graduate of Havre de Grace High School (Class of 1975) and continued his studies with a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from Towson University 1979. Following his graduation from Towson University, he was selected for an Army internship with Aberdeen Proving Ground and has spent the past 33+ years as a dedicated civil servant. His current position is a Supervisory Management Analyst where he has had to work the tough issues such as budget uncertainty, manpower reductions and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) issues. David also continued his studies while working full-time earning a Masters of Science Degree in Administration from Central Michigan University in 1991. David exemplifies the Havre de Grace High School motto, “Enter to Learn; Leave to Serve.” Since graduating from Towson University in 1979, he has donated countless hours back to his community he is so proud to call home: 30+ years as a Little League Baseball coach where he was selected to the Havre de Grace Little League Hall of Fame (2004); PTA President of Meadowvale Elementary School where he was instrumental in making the renovation efforts a reality; Continue to serve on the James Harris Field Committee ensuring our children have a field they can be proud of; Active with S.M.I.L.E.S (Service Makes an Individual’s Life Extra Special) as well as the Children’s Miracle Network; established the Ben Keyes Scholarship, etc. In recognition of his selfless service, David and his family was selected as Harford County’s Volunteer Family of the Year in the year 2000. David married to the former Terri Culley in 1982, and they have two children: Kellie, a trauma nurse at Christiana Hospital in Delaware and Shawn who is proudly serving his country in the U.S. Air Force. “I look forward to continuing to serve the citizens of Havre de Grace. I will make certain that I will solicit their input, listen to what they have to say, and when it comes to making a decision, vote to do the right thing for all the right reasons. It will take a total team effort. Working together, we can undoubtedly make a difference.