William Glavin WG55, 89, of Vero Beach, FL, and Melvin Village, NH, died on November 8. He was born in Albany, NY, on March 29, 1932. Bill had a 34-year corporate career at IBM and Xerox. He was named vice chairman of Xerox in 1985, a position he held until retirement in 1989. He left corporate life to lead Babson College as president from 1989 to 1997. Bill also worked extensively with various academic institutions, including Wharton on the Board of Advisors and the Lauder Institute on the Board of Governors. He served on several company boards as well and was dedicated to assisting community organizations, whether in New Hampshire or Florida. Bill was proud to be inducted into the Knights of Malta in 1990. He is survived by sister Barbara Glavin; daughter Joanne Glavin McClatchy WG84 and son-in-law Brian McClatchy; son William Glavin Jr. and daughter-in-law Lynda Glavin; daughter Patricia Glavin O’Mara and son-in-law Ed O’Mara; daughter Tina Glavin DiScipio and son-in-law Robert DiScipio; son Tucker Glavin; daughter Cecily (Cece) Glavin Bowen and son-in-law Doug Bowen; and 21 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by wife Cecily (Cis) McClatchy Glavin, son Richard Glavin, brother Jack Glavin, and sister Joanne Glavin.