Glanz, 66, a former Bowling Green State University administrator and teacher, died on May 9, 2013, at her residence in the 1000 block of Kensington Boulevard in Bowling Green.

Her death was ruled a homicide by the Wood County Coroner’s Office in December of that year. The cause of death was listed as a “sharp force injury to the scalp.”

There were no signs of forced entry, burglary, robbery or sexual assault in the incident. Additionally, there was no damage or lost property.

According to a lawsuit filed in 2013 by Glanz’s sister, Gail Lincoln, against Glanz’s husband, Robert Brown, Glanz was found in the bathroom of the residence by Brown, who reported she had a stroke.

Lincoln’s suit brought a temporary restraining order against Brown in U.S. District Court during the summer of 2013 after he reportedly had scheduled an estate sale, advertising “high-end antique items.” The restraining order was granted by the court, but the remainder of the suit was ultimately dropped by Lincoln.