Glen E. Hasse�’62 of Columbia, Tenn., died on May 17, 2011. Born in Appleton, Colo., in 1939, he attended Grand Junction’s Central High School before enrolling at Mines in 1957 on a wrestling scholarship. He met his future wife, Kathy Bates, at a fraternity rush function. After graduating with a professional engineering degree in metallurgical engineering, his career took him to Illinois, Ohio and Tennessee, before the family settled in Baton Rouge, La. for 25 years, during which time Glen worked for Exide. He retired as executive VP, and the couple returned to Columbia to be close to family. During retirement he consulted and served on the boards of several community and environmental organizations; he was a mayoral appointee on?the Metro Charter Commission at the time of his death. His 1961 wrestling team was inducted into the CSM Athletics Hall of Fame, having placed second in the small college national tournament, Glen placed third overall. He is survived by Kathy, his wife of nearly 50 years; daughters, Dee Ann Hasse and Dione Hasse Harr; and one grandson. Contributions in Glen’s memory may be sent to the CSM Foundation to support the Glen Hasse Wrestling Wall of Fame.
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