Release - December 23, 1999
Office of the Commissioner of Probation
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RESIDENT REPRESENTS ALMA MATER
COLLEGE PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
F. Glaser, Jr., a Barnstable District Court Probation Officer and
Sandwich resident, recently represented Northeastern University
President Richard M. Freeland at the recent inauguration of New
England Conservatory President Lars Dormer.
participated in the inaugural procession in his role as president
of Northeastern's Alumni Association. He is also chief executive
officer of the Board of Directors and is responsible for all policy
developed by the schools Board of directors.
has been a great asset to Northeastern, and we are pleased to have
him preside over the Alumni Association. His commitment and leadership
will be invaluable as we move into the next millennium," Freeland
has served on the executive committee of the Alumni Association
since 1986. He also oversaw the development of a long-term strategic
plan for the Alumni Association which went into effect in 1991.
A probation officer since 1970, Glaser is also a member of Northeastern's
Criminal Justice Alumni Association and the University's Varsity
Massachusetts Probation Service is a department of the Massachusetts
Trial Court. There are 12 Probate and Family Court, 12 Superior
Court and 70 District Court probation offices statewide. The Office
of the Commissioner of Probation serves as the central administrative
office for the state Probation Service.