Wishing Bob Glorch a Happy Retirement!
If you haven’t already heard, Bob Glorch is retiring from the practice of law next week, at the end of 2017. Bob retires after a 50-year distinguished legal career focused on estate planning.
I had the great fortune of being hired by Bob as a law clerk in 1998 while attending DePaul Law, and two years later, I became Bob’s associate. At the end of 2014, Bob sold the practice to me, while staying on as “Of Counsel” to complete the transition. Bob has now completed his tour of duty and has more than earned his free time to cycle, nap and travel – and anything else he pleases. Happy Retirement Bob!
Over the past few years, I have enjoyed meeting many of Bob’s clients and look forward to meeting more. The office will remain at the same Palatine location where we have served thousands of clients for more than 30 years. And I look forward to meeting many more of you over the coming months and years!
As an aside, blogging has been light over the past several months, but I intend to pick back up in the new year with a series of posts providing an overview and analysis of the new tax bill expected to be enacted very soon. Beyond the headline changes, I expect the new provisions to be significant in some perhaps not-so-obvious ways.
The office will be closed on December 25 and 26 and January 1 and 2. Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to all!
Congrats on your retirement Bob! On to the next big adventure! Best wishes – Julie & Jeff McPeek
All the best to you Bob on your retirement. Thanks for your help over the years. Find ways to stay engaged with people.
Congratulations Bob. Enjoy your time doing whatever you please. All the best to you and your family. Thank you all the good advice over the years.
Joe and Linda
Well, you finally did it! Congrats on your retirement! I hope yours will be as rewarding as mine has been.
Bob, It has been a pleasure working with you over the last 30 years at Harper College and with clients. From the first time we met at the IAFP meeting in the early 1980s you have always acted with professionalism and knowledge in helping financial planners or clients. Thanks for all your assistance.
Jo Anne and I wish you and Betsy all the best!
Congratulations to a brilliant friend of our family for many years. Enjoy the coming years.