Monthly Archives: May 2020

Brooklyn Borough President, Eric Adams invites you to Celebrate the Life of Georgianna Glose, PhD

Eric Adams – ‪Please join us on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 7:00 PM    celebrate life of Dr. Georgianna Glose
for a virtual memorial honoring community activist,
Georgianna Glose, PhD.‬ ‪
Link below:‬

Funeral Mass for Dr. Glose, Wed., May 13th @ 10:45 AM

I am forwarding the announcement I received from the Sisters.

There is a link for joining the service, scheduled for Wednesday at 10:45.

Hope you are well.

Mike (Dr. Georgianna Glose brother)

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith..”

– 2 Timothy 4:7

Dear Sisters, Associates & Friends,

Our dear Sister Georgianna Glose, OP (S. Helen Mary) now rests with God. We ask that you remember her and all her loved ones as they mourn her loss.

Funeral Mass: There will be a private mass in St. Albert’s Chapel in the Motherhouse on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 10:45 am followed by Interment in the Sisters’ Cemetery. The mass will be livestreamed with the hope that as many of you as possible will be able to join us in prayer at that time.

Here is the link to watch the livestream.

Please join us in prayer wherever you are. May our Sister Georgianna and all our departed loved ones, rest in peace.

In Memoriam: Dr. Georgianna Glose

Photo by the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership. (Cover Photo by Leslie Silva.)

With broken hearts, we share that Fort Greene community leader Dr. Georgianna Glose passed away on Tuesday, April 28 at The Brooklyn Hospital Center. She is known for serving the Fort Greene neighborhood for nearly 40 years.

Dr. Glose was a compassionate and dedicated person whose influence and care was far-reaching in the Fort Greene community. She is most known for founding Fort Greene SNAP and serving as its director for over 24 years. At SNAP, she created programs that focused on literacy, job readiness and placement, support for grandparents who are raising grandchildren, navigating healthcare, and many other social services.

She was also a founding member of the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project (MARP) in the 1990s and served on its board for over 20 years. Beyond its formation, Dr. Glose continued to serve as a vital leader for our organization, instilling one of our organization’s core values throughout its work: Caring. Through her daily example and leadership, she helped MARP become a community-based organization that took a comprehensive approach to serve not just Myrtle Avenue’s businesses, but its neighbors as well.

She was a tireless advocate and caregiver for our most vulnerable neighbors. She fought for dignity for neighbors living in local shelters and provided clothes, food, and education to so many Fort Greene neighbors. Her legacy will live on through the kindness and compassion she passed on to thousands of neighbors over the decades.

Dr. Glose was also a professor for nearly 30 years and a Sister of St. Dominic of Amityville.

You can hear Dr. Glose’s voice at this online link for the story:

or (718) 400-6013

No plans for a service have been announced at this time. Please join us in honoring Dr. Glose  a memorial contribution to Fort Greene SNAP.

Dr. Glose Memorial Fund – Fort Greene SNAP


(Donors will receive a tax-deductible donation receipt from the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn D.M.A., Inc.)