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WILLIAM EDWARD GLOVER
November 1, 2023
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William Edward Glover lovingly known as “Billy” was born in Indianapolis, Indiana to Gerald B. Glover and Dorothy Y. (Tinsley) Glover on July 24, 1957. Billy went to Indianapolis public elementary schools and attended Shortridge High School.
Billy worked at Stokely Van Camp as the silo keeper for 10 years. He also worked at Deer Run Elementary in the janitorial department. Billy worked in the political field as a voter registration officer.
Billy confessed his love and belief in Christ and changed his life. Billy loved attending Zion Tabernacle under the leadership of Suffragan Bishop Thomas Griffith whom he loved dearly. His comfort in life was going to church faithfully because he said he loved the Pastor and people who went there.
Billy received a letter of recognition from President Obama in 2010 for his political work. He also received a graduation certificate from St. Vincent De Paul “Changing Lives Forever” program. He was very proud of himself as these were his biggest achievements. Billy loved singing and he had a velvet voice. Billy loved playing cards too with poker being his specialty.
Billy was an advocate animal lover. At one time he owned three dogs, two cats and two birds. He called all animals God’s special creatures who deserve to be loved. His best companions were his dogs, Bam Bam, Woofie, and Ruff Ruff proving that they were a man’s best friend. Those were his children.
Billy departed this life on November 1, 2023 at the age of sixty-six years old. He was preceded in death by both of his parents, Gerald and Dorothy.
Billy leaves to cherish his memory his dogs: Bam Bam, Woofie, and Ruff Ruff; his sister, Brenda Travis (Jasper); brother, Larry Glover, honorary sister and brothers/cousins, Tanya Plummer (Joseph), Rodney Jones (Shirley), and Robert Jones; aunt Vivian Pulliam, and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins; plus his two best friends, Herbert Fox and Jesse Bryant.
Billy had a huge heart, he will be greatly missed.