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Celebrating the life of

Harold Glover

Passed away on February 03, 2022

Harold Glover

Harold Glover passed away peacefully at the age of 94 on February 3, 2022.

Harold was born in Stillmore, GA to the late Fred C. Glover and Ruth Kennedy Glover. In addition to his parents, Harold was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Betty Burnside Glover; brothers, Fred Glover and his twin, Harry Glover; sisters, Mary Glover Stephens and Catherine Glover Cox; and many nieces and nephews.

Harold is survived by his children, David Glover, Amy Glover-Giusto and her husband Victor; grandchildren, Nicholas and Michael Giusto. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Janice Glover Reynolds. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Jerry Reynolds Jr,, Tonya Reynolds, and Charles Reynolds. 

In Savannah, Harold was highly involved in Epworth United Methodist Church serving as youth minister for many years. He was a long-time employee of the Corp of Engineers and was a Georgia Tech graduate. Harold proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. 

Graveside service for Harold will be held at 1:00 pm on Friday, February 11, 2022 in Greenwich Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be sent to Asbury Memorial Church, 1008 Henry Street., Savannah GA 31401.

 

 

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I’m so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. I have many fond memories of camping trips to Hunting Island, family dinners and holidays. RIP

- Kathryn (Kathie) Cleland Banks, Savannah, GA

So sorry to hear about your dad. We have fond memories of he and Betty leading our youth group at Epworth UMC.

- Cathy and Eddie Solomons, Springfield, GA

Truly sorry for your loss. I have some wonderful memories of family visits and Christmas times when our dads worked together! Best wishes for you and your families!

- Charles H. Cleland Jr, Hinesville , Georgia

David and Amy, so sorry to hear about your dad. We had so much fun with your parents on youth trips and sharing a cabin at Magnolia Springs. Not to mention the many Sunday night get togethers at your house just hanging out. And the pool parties! Your parents shared so much love, knowledge, life lessons and the Lord with so many. We are grateful for all they did for us. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Love, Aleen Melton, Ronald Melton and Sandra Melton Scott

- Melton, Savannah, Ga

Harold Glover and wife, Betty were a team of goodwill, guidance and fun for our Youth spilling over to Church Members, too; so, a two-fold Blessing for us all. What wonderful gifts they had to share and share they did - many thanks Harold and Betty.

- Joan Hester Byrd, Savannah, Georgia

David, Amy and Family - my thoughts and prayers are with you. Both of your parents meant so much to our Epworth Church Family and especially to my immediate Family. Your Mom could take every possible sadness away with her incredibly fun personality. Your Dad - in my childhood/youth eyes - was a great, gentle, humble Giant who showed me the goodness, strength and support one can give to others. Will always be grateful to the both of them. Thinking of you with much love and support during this difficult time. Love Always...

- Wendy Hester Ciccodicola, Cranbury, New Jersey

I'm sorry to hear of Harold's passing. he was my first supervisor in the Savannah, District. Harold, besides being a gentleman and honorable man, was extremely competent in his profession, having designed the Electrical systems for the Hartwell and ClarksHill powerplants. When In the military, Harold was in the field of communications (Signal corps, I believe). Many years later and after a trip to New Orleans, he became ill, bedridden and unable to speak. He communicated with his twin brother in Morse Code. Hence forth, when I hear the clatter of Morse Code, i'll think of Harold.

- Carl & Norma Canicatti, Savannah, GA

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200