On June 30, the CUES Fund (cuesschools.org) will bid farewell to a dedicated leader, Bob Glow, who has spent four remarkable years steering the organization towards unparalleled success. Bob’s journey beginning in Omaha to the helm of CUES Fund epitomizes dedication, resilience and a profound commitment to community betterment.

Born and raised in Omaha amidst a bustling household with seven siblings, Bob Glow imbibed the values of hard work, compassion and integrity from an early age. He pursued his education at Creighton Prep, Creighton University and Washington University in St. Louis where he earned a master’s in healthcare administration. Through his education he nurtured his passion for serving others. These formative years instilled in him a profound sense of responsibility towards his community, shaping his future endeavors in profound ways.

After 40 years in the healthcare field, Bob embarked on a new chapter in his career by assuming the role of CEO at CUES Fund. Over the course of four transformative years, Bob’s visionary leadership and unwavering dedication propelled CUES Fund to unprecedented heights. Under his stewardship, the organization witnessed exponential growth.

As Bob prepares to embark on a well-deserved retirement journey, his impact on CUES Fund does not go unnoticed. His legacy of leadership and service will endure as a testament to the power of vision, perseverance and compassion. Beyond the boardroom, Bob’s true joy lies in spending quality time with his wife, three children and grandchildren, visiting Okoboji and indulging in his passions for hunting and fishing.

They bid farewell to Bob Glow, by celebrating his dedication to the mission of CUES. Though his tenure may be ending, his spirit of service and dedication will continue to inspire generations to come, ensuring a brighter future for all. Thank you, Bob, for all you did for CUES and the Omaha community!

CUES is a bold educational initiative providing centralized leadership and governance to three urban elementary schools in Omaha serving a majority of low-income students and families. For more information, go to cuesschools.org.