U.S. Bankruptcy judge died Sunday.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Paul Glenn, who served on the federal bankruptcy bench for more than 26 years, died Sunday. He was 74.
A memorial service will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at Southside United Methodist Church, 3120 Hendricks Ave. in Jacksonville.
Glenn was a member of the bankruptcy bench in the Middle District of Florida since his appointment in 1993.
He served in the Tampa division of the court until June 2008, when Glenn transferred to the Jacksonville division.
From March 2003 to September 2011, Glenn served as chief bankruptcy judge for the Middle District of Florida.
During his career with the court, Glenn presided over several notable cases, including the Celotex Corp., the Amelia Island Plantation and the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa. He also served on the Committee on the Budget of the Judicial Conference of the United States from 2013-17.
Donations made be made to the Judge Paul Glenn Memorial Scholarship in care of the Chester Bedell American Inn of Court, 101 E. Adams St., Jacksonville, 32202