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January 4, 1929 ~ June 14, 2023 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Mrs. Helen Glover was born to the late Mr. David and Mrs. Cassie Irick on January 4th 1929. Mrs. Glover was a long lived resident of Summerville, South Carolina and peacefully fell asleep on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 at her residence with her children at her side. Mrs. Helen Glover was educated in the public school of Dorchester County. At an early age she accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior and became a member of Bethel A.M.E. church, Summerville, SC. She worked faithfully in her church services, as a missionary, usher and stewardess. She was a faithful worker in these capacities. Mrs. Helen Glover loved to recite poetry and she attended many churches and other places where she recited poems to her family and friends. Mrs. Helen Glover, was joined in Holy Matrimony to the love of her life the late Mr. Oscar Glover, and to this union, they were blessed with ten children. Mrs. Helen Glover worked many years before her health failed .She worked for the Summerville Hospital, Hamilton Motel, and The Presbyterian Home of Summerville, SC for 40 years as a nursing assistant until she retired. She was preceded in death by seven children; Johnny Irick, Oscar Glover Jr., Lucille Gadsden, Sinclair Glover, Bernard Glover, Betty Sabb and Ivan Glover, two grandsons and one great-grandson. Four sisters and four brother Although she is gone, those precious moments, those powerful conversations, and all the special memories will not be forgotten by: her children, two daughters, Mrs. Cassie (Howard) Morris, Mrs.
Prince Ella (Garnet) Francis, one son Mr. Jimmy Glover, two daughters-in-law Rev. Phyllis Glover and Elease Irick and one son-in-law Mr. James Sabb, one sister, Mrs. Luverne Wright, one niece, Shirley, who was raised in the family as a sister, one sister-in-law, Beatrice Irick, twenty grandchildren and forty-eight great-grandchildren. Two friends, Mrs. Betsy Linen and Ms. Mary Gleaton who was like a daughter and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.
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