Cllr Adrian Glackin
Adrian Glackin is the Second youngest of 8 sons born to the late Finbar and Cissy Glackin in Glenswilly.
He attended primary school at Glenswilly NS from September 1984 until June 1992.
He then attended St Eunan's college until Junior cert level, followed by a year at Letterkenny Vocational school (now known as Errigal College).
Upon leaving school he took employment in Quinnsworth/Tesco Letterknny as a customer service assistant.
Over the years he became staff trainer, team leader and eventually line manager of the front end and customer services departments, gaining vast experience in serving and dealing with the general public .
He was employed by Quinnsworth/Tesco from May 1996 until April 2016.
After leaving Tesco, he became a mature student and is currently studying applied computers in the LYIT.
Adrian has been a club member of Glenswilly all his adult life and has served in many roles and has managed teams at all levels from minor to senior. As well as being part of Glenswilly's senior management successful championship winning teams of 2011, 2013 & 2016, he also was manager of the Glenswilly senior reserve team who won the championship in 2015.
He also spent a year as club chairman in 2012, culminating in clubmates Gary McFadden, Neil Gallagher and team captain Michael Murphy winning Donegal's second ever senior all Ireland football championship.