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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.
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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.