- Born August 02, 1959
- Married; four children
- Member of Brentwood Baptist Church
- Occupation: Sales
- B.S. in Agriculture and Education, Western Kentucky University
- House member of the 102nd through 106th General Assemblies
- Republican Caucus Chair
- Member, House Calendar & Rules Committee
- Member, House Rules Committee
- Member, House Ethics Committee
- Member, House Finance, Ways & Means Committee
- Member, House Government Operations Committee
- Member, House Consumer Employee Affairs
- Member, House Consumer Subcommittee
- Member, Joint Legislative Services Committee
- Williamson Co. Commission, 1994-2001
- Williamson County Chamber of Commerce
- Franklin Chamber of Commerce
- Brentwood Chamber of Commerce
- Nolensville Chamber of Commerce
- Springhill Chamber of Commerce
- Franklin Noon Rotary
- Board of Directors, Brightstone
- Williamson County Habitat for Humanity
- Community Housing Partnership for Williamson County
- Drug and Alcohol Abuse Council for Williamson County
- PTO member of Page High, Middle & Trinity Schools
Glen Casada graduated from Western Kentucky University in 1982 with a B.S. in Agriculture. He has been married to Jill Sholar Casada for 25 years. They have 4 children, three of which are currently in college. The family attends Brentwood Baptist Church. They reside in the Bethesda community of Williamson County and own 8 acres, 2 horses, and 2 cats. Glen has been a salesman for the Animal Health Division of Schering Plough for 23 years.
In 2007 Rep. Casada was honored to be elected as Chairman of the House Republican Caucus. He also serves on four committees: Calendar and Rules, Government Operations, Children and Family, and Consumer and Employee Affairs.
In Glen's own words:
"I have always looked at elected office as a way to serve my community, beginning with my days in high school where I served in student government. In 1994, I was elected to the County Commission in Williamson County. In 2001, with the income tax debate in full swing, I decided it was time for me to step up and serve Williamson County in the State Legislature."
"One of my most memorable moments was the night of the income tax vote. I was there when the “vote” was held open on the House floor for over one hour. I was a proud NO vote on the income tax and voted against one penny increase in sales tax. I think a better option to a tax increase would have been to cut spending."
"Other Key features of my legislative principles include the support of Right to Life in every possible way, and striving to be responsive to the concerns and requests of my constituents. When we are successful in securing Republican majority in the House and keeping the Republican Majority in the Senate, in the 2008 elections, greater legislative strides for Conservative issues will be successful."