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Memorial Set for TRM Alum

The son of former First
United Methodist pastor
Ed Glaize and former Habitat
for Humanity executive
director Alecia Glaize was
killed in a car accident
Sunday morning.
Curtis Robertson Glaize,
24, was killed when the
2011 Chevrolet Silverado
he was driving left the
roadway and struck a tree.
Glaize, who was not
wearing his seat belt, was
pronounced dead at the
scene.
The crash occurred on
Ala. 77 near the 5-mile
marker, approximately five
miles north of Lafayette.
He was a first-year English
teacher at Benjamin
Russell High School and
was also an offensive line
coach.
Glaize graduated from
Auburn and completed
high school at T.R. Miller
High School
A memorial service
is planned for 11 a.m.
Thursday, September
13, 2018, at First United
Methodist Church in
Brewton. Visitation is from
9:30 a.m. until just before
the service.In addition to
his parents, he is survived
by his sister, Anna Grace
Glaize. He had just
become engaged to Loren
Padgett on Sept. 1.