Dorothy Glenn Teague

Mar 18, 2019
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11:00 A.M. Friday, March 22, 2019 Trinity Episcopal Parish of Waterloo, 4535 Kimball Ave.

Trinity Episcopal Parish of Waterloo


4-7 P.M. Thursday, March 21, 2019 at Locke Funeral Home with a 6 P.M. time of remembrance and sharing.


Inurnment will take place at a later date at the Old Salem Cemetery, Winston-Salem, North Carolina



Dorothy “Dot” Glenn Teague, of Waterloo, Iowa, died Monday, March 18, 2019, at Cedar Valley Hospice Home at the age of 89. She was born September 12, 1929, to Paul S. and Florence C. Glenn Teague in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She graduated from R.J. Reynolds High School in Winston-Salem in 1947, St. Mary’s Junior College in 1949, and University of North Carolina of Chapel Hill with her Bachelors in 1951 and Masters Degree in 1960.

Dot taught Physical Education, English, and Health 1955-1960; was guidance counselor 1960-1965, and administrative assistant to the principal 1965-1966, all at Logan Jr. High School. In the Fall of 1966, she became the Physical Education Consultant for Waterloo Community Schools, retiring in 1992.

She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Parish and had been a Sunday School teacher, sang in the choir, and served on the church vestry. Dot is retired from Delta Kappa Gamma; a former YWCA board member; member of the Iowa Assoc. of Health, Phys. Ed., and Recreation; and the National Assoc. of Health, Phys. Ed., and Dance. Dot received the Iowa State Distinguished Service Award in 1990 and the National Honor Award from the Council of School Administration, Health, and Physical Education (CSAHPE) in 1992.

Dot is survived by her nephews, John (Sandra) Jilek of Felton, Delaware and David (Nina Gustini) Jilek of Severna Park, Maryland; and nieces, Janice (Mark) Finnerty of Crownsville, Maryland and Beth (Gard) Clark of Owens Cross Road, Alabama. She was preceded in death by her parents; sister, Ann T. Jilek; and good friend, Evelyn Kober.

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  1. nancy Wallbaum | Mar 21, 2019
    I am a former student of Ms. Teague from Logan Jr. High.  She always made me feel important as a junior high student and taught me how to swim and enjoy physical education.  I will always remember her and some of the things she taught me. God bless.
  2. Richard Spicher | Mar 21, 2019
    Dot was a faithful companion to our dear cousin Evelyn Kober.
  3. Dr. Marlyce Holbach | Mar 20, 2019

    Deepest sympathy on the loss of your family member. Dot and I both worked as consultants in the Waterloo Community Schools. Dot was always the best of friends and an outstanding consultant. She was passionate about her work and a caring and loving friend.                            

  4. Alice J Baruth | Mar 20, 2019
    Miss Teague was one of my favorite teachers.  She helped me believe that girls were able to take care of themselves. I have never forgotten her.
  5. Linda McFadden | Mar 19, 2019
    I am 71, and I went to Logan Junior when Miss Teague was there. I remember her still. She was a good teacher and a good and lovely human being. I have never forgotten her. I am sorry to hear that she has passed.

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