It is with a heavy heart that I report the passing of J. Scott Glascock today, August 27, 2016, after a 4 month battle with esophageal cancer.
Scott was the ultimate gentleman and scholar and a person who loved and supported his many clubs. Among them were The Players, Dutch Treat, Yale Club, Blue Hill Troupe, Amateur Comedy Club, New England Society, St. George’s Society, Episcopal Actors Guild, The Lambs, and the Independent Royal Arch Lodge #2. He often held high positions in his clubs, including Treasurer of the EAG, president of The New England Society, president of the Yale Club and Boy of The Lambs.
His clubs became his extended family. Your visits, cards and calls brought him much comfort during these difficult months.
Information regarding a memorial service will be forwarded in the near future. In the meantime, expressions of condolence can be sent via contributions to The Episcopal Actors Guild, 1 East 29th Street, New York, NY 10016.
We lost a very special friend today.
Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
–Sarah Ann Rodgers
Scott was a lawyer, investor and actor who gave his wit, talents, abilities and humor generously to all. A great mentor, he often found talented people to add to his favorite organizations – while serving as President or leadership capacity.
Those who will miss him most are the Yale Club of NYC, Yale University, The Players Club, The Lambs Club, New England Society, Amateur Comedy Club, Episcopal Actors Guild and the Blue Hill Troupe.