This is a Special Tribute to  Dr. Richard T. Glyer II .... my friend's father who saw the photographer in me and said,
 "Your taking the wrong college classes Ray...!"

  Special Thanks to Helen (Polly) , Dr. Richard II and Todd Glyer
                                                          Love Always and Forever,
                                                          Ray Cotter, Jr.
 
 
 


      Dr. RICHARD  T. GLYER  II
       1912  to 1998

 

GLYER, Richard T. II -- Professor Emeritus at San Francisco State University, died Friday, April 3, 1998. Dr. Glyer, a native of Brooten, Minnesota, moved, at a young age with his parents, to Mountain View, California. He attended San Jose State College for two years before starting his theatrical career at Cape Cod, Massachusetts. During the depression he was a member of the Federal Theater Group, acting and directing. He worked as an engineer in the early days of the Kaiser Corporation. During World War II he was employed as a disc jockey at several San Francisco radio stations. He was active in several Bay Area theater groups, The Actors' Workshop, and A.C.T. as well as motion pictures and television. He was also in demand for his theatrical make-up skills. Mr. Glyer was a long-time member of the Bohemian Club. He graduated from the University of Southern California, and received his M.A. and doctoral degrees from Stanford University. Professor Glyer taught in the Theater Arts Department at San Francisco State University from 1947 until his retirement in 1975. He served two terms as president of the S.F.S.U. Retirement Association. His creativity and passion for designing and building led him to rebuild two family homes in San Francisco, as well as a summer home in Nevada County. Dr. Glyer is survived by his wife Helen (Polly) Glyer of San Francisco; and son, Todd of Foster City. Friends will gather 'To Remember' at the San Francisco State University Club at 2:30 P.M. on Friday, April 17, 1998. Donations may be made for scholarships to the Theater Arts Department at San Francisco State University, 1600 Holloway, San Francisco, CA. 94132.
                                                                              by  Helen (Polly) Glyer



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