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Susan Pate Glover Jordan Logan
November 1, 1944 - March 8, 2020
Susan Logan passed away peacefully on March 8 in her home in
Hendersonville, North Carolina, surrounded by loved ones. Susan
was born in 1944 in Newnan, Georgia, the third and youngest child
of the late Thomas Jones Glover and Martha Lala Pate Glover, and
the twelfth of 26 grandchildren of Howard Clarke Glover and Fannie
Virginia Jones Glover. She was preceded in death by her sister
Fannie Jones Glover "Jonesy" Mullally, her brother Thomas Jones
Glover, Jr. and her first husband Dr. Brian Thomas Jordan. She is
survived by her husband, William H "Bill" Logan of Hendersonville,
and her son, Kevin Brian Jordan of New Orleans, as well as by her
much-loved nieces and nephews; Lisa Mullally Smith and
husband Matt, Holly Mullally Fortson, James Campbell Mullally,
Lynda Glover Burgy and husband Frank, Thomas Jones Glover III, and
13 great-nieces and nephews.
Susan attended Wesleyan College where she received her nursing
degree as an RN. She practiced nursing for nearly 40 years; many
of those happy years in New Orleans, where her son Kevin still
lives. Susan met her husband, Bill Logan, in 1997 and joined him
in Monterey, California, where she continued in her nursing career
and shared with Bill a passion for photography. Susan and Bill
moved to Hendersonville in 1999. Susan served as a psychiatric
nurse case manager at The Free Clinic in Hendersonville until
2016. She particularly enjoyed this interval of her profession,
taking great pleasure in the comraderie of both her colleagues and
In 2016, the always vibrant and energetic Susan was quite
surprisingly diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Following
traditional and then experimental treatment at Wake Forest Baptist
Hospital, she beat the odds, went into remission and enjoyed
astonishingly good heath for more than three years. Susan did not
let these precious days go to waste. She understood life as a
miracle and each day as a gift. A devotee of the psychology and
teachings of Carl Jung, a Tai Chi instructor, a creative writer, a
marvelous photographer, a person who dances constantly to the
music (real or imagined), Susan was, in every sense, a true
celebrant of Life. Her family, friends and faith community
witnessed the honest courage and joy that Susan lived with in the
face of the uncertainty of her physical future.
A week before her passing, Susan had a dream, a vision, in
which she stood on a plateau overlooking wide savannahs, lush and
green, with mountains in the distance. She was overcome with
peace. She realized that no matter what happened next, it would be
another part of life's beautiful adventure.
time for Susan's passing drew imminent, the house was alive with
loving support and the comforting sound of Native American flute,
played at her bedside by a friend. A respectful 20 minutes after
Susan's last breath, her beloved cousin Dan broke out a bottle of
champagne, as the gathering at her bedside joined in celebration
of the time they shared with Susan and in appreciation of her new
A Celebration of Life will take place at 1:00 pm, on Saturday,
March 14, 2020, at the First Congregational United Church of
Christ in Hendersonville, North Carolina. An additional service
will follow at a future date to be determined, in Newnan, Georgia.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to Brother
Wolf at www.bwr.org or
Four Seasons Hospice at www.fourseasonsfdn.org,
or to a charity of your choosing.
An online register book is
available for family and friends by visiting www.thosshepherd.com. Thos.
Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors and Cremation Memorial Center is
in charge of the arrangements.
William Thomas Kennedy
February 04, 1930 - September 03, 2019
Thomas Kennedy passed away peacefully at his home in Beech
Mountain, North Carolina, on September 3, at age 89. He was
born in 1930 in Greenville, South Carolina, the oldest child of
Willoughby and Francina Cook Kennedy. He is survived by his
wife Nancy Glover Kennedy, his son Clarke (Marcia) Kennedy of
Beech Mountain, his daughter Denis (George) Kennedy Koenig of
Atlanta, and his son David (Hannah) Kennedy of Boone NC, along
with 17 grandchildren and one great granddaughter. He is
also survived by his sister Margaret (John Horton) Kennedy Smith
of Pawley's Island, SC, and a great number of nieces and nephews.
Mr. Kennedy graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in
1952 with a degree in Industrial Engineering. He was a
member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and president of the ANAK
senior honor society.
Mr. Kennedy served for two years active duty in the United States
Air Force at Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL as Second
Lieutenant. Following a 15-year career at Merrill Lynch in
Atlanta, Mr. Kennedy joined INDATA, an investment analysis firm in
New York, managing the Atlanta office and national accounts. In
1990, Mr. Kennedy established an independent investment advisory
firm based out of Atlanta where he continued to work until
Mr. Kennedy was an active member in his churches, both in Atlanta
(Northside Methodist) and Beech Mountain, NC (Banner Elk
Presbyterian) where he sang joyfully in the men’s choir. He and
Nancy participated in many civic and charitable activities in both
of their cherished communities.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Saturday, September 7,
2019 at the Banner Elk Presbyterian Church in Banner Elk, NC, with
a reception and visitation following at the church.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Northside
Methodist Church in Atlanta, or Banner Elk Presbyterian Church in
Banner Elk, NC, or The Zinzendorf Mission (zmission.org), or a
charity of your choice.
Margaret Trapnell Glover
Margaret Trapnell Glover, 107, of Newnan, Georgia, died peacefully
at home on April 28, 2018. She was born on December 30, 1910, to
John Moore and Frances Farmer Trapnell. She graduated from Newnan
High School and in 1932 from GSCW, where she earned her degree in
three years and excelled in academics, school activities and
sports. During her senior year, she was the Editor-in-Chief of the
Colonnade, the college annual.
On January 1, 1938, she
married the love of her life, Howard Clarke Glover, Jr., M.D.,
Newnan’s beloved pediatrician; and until his death more than 72
years later, her life was centered on Dr. Howard and their four
children. She was predeceased by her only sibling, her sister
Harriett Trapnell, but is survived by her children - Harriett
Glover McCune, Alexandria, Virginia; Howard Clarke Glover III
(Becky), Chattanooga, Tennessee; John Trapnell Glover (Sandra) and
William Norwood Glover, Atlanta, Georgia; five grandchildren-John
C. McCune III, Jupiter, Florida; Howard Clarke Glover IV (Nicole)
and Richard T. Glover, Chattanooga, Tennessee; John T. Glover, Jr.
(Merrilee), Bozeman, Montana; and Jeffrey B. Glover (Carrie),
Atlanta, Georgia; eight great-grandchildren; and many nieces and
nephews. She is also survived by her dear sister-in-law Winnie
Glover Klein of Atlanta, Georgia.
Very smart and
well-organized, she successfully managed a busy household for her
family and supported many local groups and charities. She was
exceptionally proud of her family and was an unfailing voice of
encouragement and support for her husband, children and
grandchildren throughout her life. An independent thinker, she
would vigorously defend her opinions against any challenge, rarely
admitting any need for correction. She was a proponent of the
virtue of continuous self-improvement and delighted in sharing
newspaper and magazine articles and clippings, touching everything
from fashion and travel to history and politics, with friends and
family for their enjoyment and interest.
Always noted for
her stylish and elegant dress and manner, she loved a day in
Atlanta or New York shopping with friends. She enjoyed working in
her garden, even though she risked being teased for her chic
“work” outfits. But Miss Margaret was perhaps best known for her
wonderful, classically-trained soprano voice. For almost three
decades, she was a mainstay and frequent soloist with the choir of
the Central Baptist Church; she also enjoyed singing at weddings
of the children of her friends.
After the children were
grown, she and Dr. Howard travelled frequently to all corners of
the globe. She loved visiting new places and was always a real
trooper, once riding a camel in the Sahara with broken ribs.
Because she long enjoyed robust health, she continued to travel
into her ninth decade. It was surely her positive and optimistic
outlook, her unwavering Christian faith, her love of family, and
her refusal to concede anything to age that contributed to her
She was blessed to be able to spend
her last years comfortably at home due to devoted and capable
caregivers. The family especially thank Sandra Brown, Barbara
Griffin, Virginia Johnson, Janie Rhodes, and Gail Neal for their
many years of loving service.
The funeral service and
interment will be held at the graveside in Oak Hill Cemetery,
Newnan, Georgia, at 1:00 PM on Friday, May 4, 2018
Rebecca Knight Parrott Flask
Rebecca Parrot Flask, 71, a resident of
Haig Point, Daufuskie Island, SC and Haymarket, VA passed away
peacefully on November 9, 2017 at the Capital Caring Adler Center
in Aldie, VA. Rebecca was born on November 26, 1945 in
Newnan, GA to Ann Glover Parrott and Thomas Sargent Parrott, Jr.,
both of whom have predeceased her. She was also preceded in death
by her brother, Dr. Thomas Sargent Parrott, III.
Rebecca who was called Becky or Becky
Knight was raised in Newnan where she enjoyed warm summers,
swimming in the pool or nearby lakes, horseback riding, tennis,
summer camps and the joy of living in a relatively small idyllic
community. Following graduation from Newnan High School she
entered and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology
from Converse College, in Spartanburg, SC. Becky worked in
Atlanta, GA for several years until she moved to Washington, D.C.
to join the staff of Congressman John (Jack) Flynt, Jr. of
Griffin, who represented Georgia's then 6th District in Congress.
It was in Washington that she met Jon Flask who would become her
husband of forty-five years. She is survived by her husband and
daughter Ansley Flask French (Eric) and grandchildren Layla and
Following a memorial service at the First
Union African Baptist Church on Daufuskie Island
commencing at 11:30
a.m. on December 1, 2017, she will be interred in its cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Daufuskie
Island Historical Foundation, PO Box 52, 44 Old Haig Point Road,
Daufuskie Island, SC 29915.
Clifford Clarke Glover
Clifford Clarke Glover passed away
peacefully in his sleep on August 25, 2017 in his home in West
Point, Georgia, at age 104. He was born in 1913 in Newnan,
Georgia, the seventh of nine children of Howard Clarke Glover and
Fannie Virginia Jones Glover. He is survived by his four children
Edmund (Sandra) Glover, Nancy (Bill) Glover Kennedy, Jenny (Dick)
Glover Lee and Laura (Brad) Glover Thatcher, three step-children
Becky (Jim) Sapp Kilpatrick, Ginny Sapp Bailey, and Marshall
(Ellen) Sapp, ten grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren. Mr.
Glover was preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, Louise Liles
Glover of Birmingham, Alabama, and his wife of 12 years, Nicky
Sapp Glover of West Point.
Glover spent his youth in Newnan, Georgia, and was active in Boy
Scouts, earning the rank of Life Scout. In 1950 he joined the
executive board of the George H. Lanier Council in West Point,
Georgia, where he served as chairman of numerous committees and as
council president. He received the Silver Beaver Award in 1974. He
was recognized with the Distinguished Citizen Award in 1988, and
was the 1990 Eagle Scout Class honoree of the Chattahoochee
Council. A man of great vision, he led the effort to merge the
George H. Lanier Council with the Chattahoochee Council. In 1985
Mr. Glover joined the executive board of the Southeast Region and
received the Silver Antelope Award from Boy Scouts of America,
Southeast Region, in 1992.
graduated from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in
1934 with a degree in Civil Engineering. He was a member of Kappa
Alpha fraternity, Gorgon's Head, and the boxing team, where he
earned the nickname "Battlin' Bantam."
Military / Career
retired from Batson-Cook Company in West Point in 1994. He served
in many positions, culminating in the position of Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer. His career with Batson-Cook spanned
almost 60 years, interrupted only by his service in the Civil
Engineer Corps of the U.S. Naval Reserve (Seabees) during World
Batson-Cook in 1940-1944, he served as chief engineer for
contractors in the construction of the U.S. Naval Air Station in
Jacksonville, Florida. This project included an outlying field at
Banana River, which is now known as Cape Canaveral. As a
Lieutenant in the Navy in 1945, Mr. Glover was selected by the
commanding officer from the Naval Air Station project to follow
him to serve as chief engineer for contractors at the China Lake
Rocket Testing Center in Inyokern, California.
has been just as active in his community as he has in everything
else in his life. He has been chairman of the West Point Board of
Education, chairman of the West Point Municipal Planning Board,
board member of the First National Bank of West Point, chairman of
the board of trustees of the First United Methodist Church of West
Point, president of the Rotary Club of West Point, chairman of
Lanier Memorial Hospital, and a fellow and member of the board of
trustees of LaGrange College, where he earned an Honorary Alumnus
Award in 2013. Mr. Glover was an avid supporter of New Horizon
Community Theatre in West Point since its inception; a scholarship
is given in his name each year to deserving seniors who
participate in the theatre. Mr. Glover was also a past director
and president of the Georgia Branch of the Associated General
recognition of his outstanding service he has been the recipient
of the Award of Merit by the Greater Valley Area Chamber of
Commerce, the Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, and the
Golden Hammer Award by the Atlanta Chapter of the Professional
Construction Estimators Association. In 2002, Mr. Glover was
awarded the Buck Hill Award of the West Point Rotary Club, the
highest honor the local club can bestow on a member and is
presented annually to the West Point Rotarian who best exemplifies
the ideal of Rotary's commitment to service above self.
On his 99th
birthday, his daughter remarked, “You know, Daddy, growing old is
not for sissies.” Mr. Glover thought for a second and replied in
all seriousness, “I don’t know, I don’t think it’s going to be
that bad!” His humor, boundless energy, and positive spirit was
contagious to everyone he met.
will be from 1:00 to 3:00 pm, on Tuesday, August 29, at the Zachry
Center of the First United Methodist Church in West Point,
followed by funeral services at 3:00 pm in the Sanctuary and
interment at Marseilles Cemetery, the Reverend John Maddox
In lieu of
flowers, the family requests a donation to the First United
Methodist Church of West Point, Georgia (306 East 7th Street, West
Point Georgia 31833) or Chattahoochee Council, Boy Scouts of
America (1237 1st Avenue, Columbus, Georgia 31901).
Glover’s family wishes to express their heart-felt gratitude to
long-time companions Vivian Heard and Lilla Hall, and to Tracy
Rowlett, Kasey Pruitt, Anita Hewitt, Heidi Shaw, Amy Hurston,
Beverly Costley, Peyton Truitt and the other wonderful caregivers
at Best Choice Senior Home Care, LaGrange, Georgia, whose love and
attention filled his last days with joy and adventure.
Inez Taylor Glover
Inez Taylor Glover, 96, died peacefully in her home in Newnan,
Georgia on Monday, January 2, 2017. Mrs. Glover was born in
Greensboro, Georgia on November 24, 1920 and was the daughter of
Landrum Sanford Taylor and Ethel May McMichael.
one of five children. Her bothers Lamar “Acie” Taylor and Jack
Taylor preceded her in death, and she is survived by her sisters
Ginny Taylor Clevenger of Calabash, NC and Betty Taylor Stovall of
Atlanta. Inez married Clifford Banks Glover, Jr. from Newnan,
Georgia on April 28, 1945, and together they had three sons. Gandy
Glover lived in Newnan and died on April 24, 2011, and Taylor
Glover and Peter Glover both live in Atlanta. Mrs. Glover’s
husband Clifford Glover died on June 18, 2007.
graduated from Valdosta State University and earned a 6-year
teaching degree from West Georgia College. After their wedding,
Inez and Cliff Glover’s first home was in Deland Florida, where
Cliff was a Lieutenant in the Navy. After World War II ended, the
Glovers returned to Newnan, and Inez continued her career as a
schoolteacher at Elm Street Elementary School, where she taught
for 22 years. She was a champion of education and was honored with
a membership in Delta Kappa Gamma, an international professional
honor society of key women educators. “Miss Inez” was beloved by
her former students, many of whom she kept contact with in
Inez was an honorary member of Newnan Reading
Circle, which was founded in 1909. She was also a long-time
supporter of “Feeding our Friends” ministry at Central Baptist
Church, where she enjoyed delivering meals to and visiting with
those in need. She was also a member of the Bridge Club, Lunch
Bunch and Missionary Circle. Throughout her life, Miss Inez was
blessed to have a large circle of wonderful friends.
Survivors include her sons S. Taylor Glover (Shearon) and Peter L.
Glover (Helen), four grandchildren Frank Glover (Nancy), Chris
Glover (Melissa), Becky Glover and Preston Glover, and three
great-grandchildren Meredith, Ryan, and Greer.
receive visitors at Central Baptist Church in Newnan from 12:30PM
– 2:00PM on Thursday, January 5. A memorial service will follow at
2:00PM. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to
a charity of your choice or Central Baptist Church of Newnan, 14
West Broad Street, Newnan GA 30263. The “Feeding Our Friends”
ministry at Central Baptist was a particular favorite. Online
condolences may be expressed at www.mckoon.com.
McKoon Funeral Home 770-253-4580.
Nicky Sapp Glover
Mrs. Nicky Sapp Glover, age 90, of
West Point, GA passed away on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 at her
Nicky Sapp Glover was born on Feb.
28, 1926, to Arthur and Lillian Sandell in Oakland, California.
Her parents had recently crossed the country in a Model A Ford
to visit family. When Nicky was 2 years old the family returned
to Connecticut where she and her three sisters enjoyed a
wonderful childhood in New Milford.
In 1946 she married Dr. George W.
Sapp of Dalton, Georgia, and came south with him and “never
looked back” as she said many times. They moved to West Point
where he entered dental practice and Nicky embraced her new life
in the south. They were married for 49 years until his death in
1995, and raised three children, Becky, Ginny and Marshall. In
2004 she found happiness again marrying Mr. Cliff Glover. They
were married 12 years.
She was secretary for Textile Waste
Association, then was travel coordinator for West Point
Pepperell Transportation Dept. completing her career working at
Batson-Cook company for more than 20 years.
Among her other activities she was
President of the National Secretaries Association International,
Valley Chapter and Riverside Country Club Ladies Golf
Association President. She held numerous positions at West Point
First United Methodist Church including delivering Meals on
Wheels and was a member of the Kaluska Garden Club.
She was predeceased by her sisters,
Audrey Anderson, June Goodrich and Jean Johnson.
She is survived by her husband,
Cliff Glover, her children, Becky Kilpatrick and her husband
Jim, Ginny Bailey and G. Marshall Sapp and his wife Ellen; step
children, Edmund Glover and his wife Sandra, Nancy Kennedy and
her husband Bill, Jenny Lee and her husband Dick, and Laura
Thatcher and her husband Brad, 10 grandchildren and 25 great
grandchildren, and her brothers-in-law Tom Goodrich and Herb
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, October 8, 2016 at 11:00 AM (EST) at the West Point
1st United Methodist Church with the Rev. John Mattox
officiating. Interment will follow at Marseilles Cemetery. The
family will receive friends Saturday morning from 9:00 AM (EST)
until the service hour in the West Point 1st United Methodist
Church Zachry Center.
In lieu of flowers the family asks
that donations be made to the West Point 1st United Methodist
Church, 306 E. 7th Street, West Point, GA 31833, Chattahoochee
Humane Society, 3265 Fairfax Bypass. Valley, AL 36854, or to
Best Choice Senior Home Care, 116 N. Lake Drive, LaGrange, GA
Harold Muir Jr.
1/18/1935 - 8/16/2014
Harold Worgan Muir Jr. passed peacefully on August 16, 2014 to
enter into his eternal home with his beloved wife Jane Muir.
Harold was born January 18, 1935 in Dover, Delaware. He attended
Dover High School and after graduation enrolled in the
University of Delaware. Harold was a member of the Armed Forces
and obtained his Master's Degree from Mercer University in 1986.
He retired from a rewarding career at the Center for Disease
Control in Atlanta in 1997. Harold and his wife Jane spent their
later years in Suwannee, Georgia where they enjoyed traveling,
their children and grandchildren. Harold was preceded in death
by his parents, his sister Diane Yarchever, his wife Jane Muir,
and his son Todd Nixon Muir. Harold is survived by his children
Harold Worgan Muir III of Athens and Andrew Nixon Muir of
Lawrenceville. Also surviving are his grandchildren Harold
Worgan Muir IV, Taylor Davis Muir, Riley McClarin Muir, and
Andrew Nicholas Muir. Harold surviving siblings include Judy
Owen, Cindy Ruehrwein, Becky Sherwood, and Mike Muir. Funeral
arrangements are by McKoon Funeral Home at 38 Jackson Street in
Newnan, GA. The funeral service will be on Thursday, August 21,
2014 at 11:00 AM in the McKoon Funeral Home Chapel. The family
will receive friends at the funeral home beginning at 10:00 AM.
The interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Online condolences
may be expressed at www.mckoon.com.
Virginia Meredith "Merrie" Boone
Mrs. Virginia Meredith “Merrie” Boone, age 71, died at home
in Atlanta, Georgia, on Monday, July 14, 2014, after a valiant
battle with Parkinson’s disease.
Born June 26, 1943, in Richmond, Virginia, to Virginia Lea
and Bernard Meredith Nash, she attended St. Margaret’s School in
Tappahannock, Virginia, and graduated from Converse College in
Spartanburg, South Carolina, in 1966. At Converse, she was the
chair of the Honor Council and the recipient of the Mary Mildred
Sullivan award. On Dec. 28, 1966, she married Daniel Walter
Boone III, the beginning of an extraordinary 47-year
After living in Buren, Germany, while Dan served in the U.S.
Army, Merrie and Dan lived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and
Princeton, New Jersey, before moving to Atlanta, Georgia, in
1976, when Dan joined Atlanta Capital Management Company. While
Atlanta continued to be their home base, Merrie and Dan also had
homes and many special friends in Spring Island, South Carolina,
and Highlands, North Carolina.
In addition to raising their three children, Merrie held
leadership positions in several community organizations. Merrie
was a long-time volunteer with the Junior League of Atlanta, and
she served as the president of the Parents’ Association at The
Lovett School. She was an avid and competitive sportswoman who
loved both tennis and golf. In recent years, Merrie served on
the boards of St. Margaret’s School, Georgia CASA and The Bascom.
Merrie inspired many with her grace and determination in the
face of a progressive and degenerative disease. She and her
family founded the Comprehensive Care Center for Parkinson’s at
Emory University and became active supporters of the Michael J.
Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.
Merrie is survived by her husband of 47 years, Daniel Walter
Boone III. She is also survived by her children and their
spouses, Meredith (Boone) and Sam Tutterow, of Edina, Minnesota,
Susanna (Boone) and Renaat Ver Eecke of Winnetka, Illinois, and
Katie and Watt Boone, of London, England. Merrie cherished her
eight grandchildren, Abigail Armistead Tutterow, Turner Boone
Tutterow, Ella Meredith Tutterow, Charles Hammond Ver Eecke,
Emily Addison Ver Eecke, William Preston Ver Eecke, Virginia Lea
Ver Eecke and Gracie Meredith Boone. She is also survived by her
mother, Virginia Lea Nash Heslep; her sister, Susan Armistead
McClellan; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Merrie was
preceded in death by her father, Bernard Meredith Nash; and her
stepfather, James E. Heslep.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 19 at St.
Anne’s Episcopal Church, 3098 St. Anne’s Lane NW, Atlanta, GA
30327. The family will receive friends at a reception in the
parish hall after the service. Interment will be at Oak Hill
Cemetery at 96 Jefferson Street, Newnan, GA 30263 at 4 p.m.
Relatives and friends are welcome at the visitation at H.M.
Patterson and Son-Spring Hill Chapel at 1020 Spring Street NW,
Atlanta, GA 30309 on Friday, July 18 from 5 to 7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be sent to: Emory
Parkinson’s Comprehensive Care Center, care of Dr. Stuart
Factor, 1841 Clifton Road, Atlanta, GA 30345; or the Michael J.
Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research at PO Box 4777, New
York, NY 10163-4777.
The family wishes to thank Robin Mullis, Janet Thompson,
Jeanette Gibbons, Pearl Singleton, Holly Henry, Lisa Skinner,
Laura Hall, Kate Flanagan, Morgan Lindberg, Marissa Walther and
Bunny Williams for their help and very special caregiving.
Online condolences may be made at hmpattersonspringhill.com
Edward William “Kip” Klein III, 63: Former Republican state lawmaker
Kip Klein, seen here in an undated file photo, was a pioneer in
the Georgia GOP ranks when he served in the Legislature from
1991 to 1997.
Kip Klein, a Marietta attorney and pioneer in the Georgia GOP
ranks when he served in the Legislature from 1991 to 1997, has
died. He was 63.
Life changed for Klein, who represented what at the time was
District 39 in Cobb County, shortly after he ran for the
Republican nomination for attorney general in 1998. He was
diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease – the degenerative,
neuromuscular disorder that also afflicts actor Michael J. Fox
and ex-boxer Muhammad Ali.
Edward William Klein III, known as Kip by nearly everyone, died
Monday of complications from Parkinson’s disease, said his
daughter Shannon Klein of Washington, D.C.
Services are planned for 3 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist
Church in Woodstock.
Though Klein’s bid for attorney general was unsuccessful, he was
beaten by David Ralston of Blue Ridge who was defeated by
Democratic incumbent Thurbert Baker. Still, Klein remained
politically active. He and his wife Sharon began working with
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson – a close friend of the couple – on a
compromise that would allow research using select embryonic stem
cells, which had been severely restricted by President George W.
Ralston, who went on to become House speaker, said Klein
“embodied the very meaning of worthy adversary.”
“I will forever remember his kind spirit and tenacious will, his
passion for the ideas in which he believed, yet respect for
those who disagreed with him,” he wrote in an email. “The
integrity and dignity he brought to public service are qualities
that are becoming all too rare in today’s political climate.”
In addition to his daughter, survivors include his wife of 36
years, Sharon Klein of Marietta; daughters, Tate Ferguson of
Dallas, and Brittany Hunter of San Jose, Calif.; brother, Danny
Klein of Newnan; step mother, Winifred Klein of Atlanta; step
sister, Caroline Alford of Rome; step brothers, Dan Boone of
Spring Island, S.C., Major Boone of Marietta, Carl Boone of
Florida, Bill Boone of Atlanta, and Bob Boone of Pinehurst,
N.C.; and one granddaughter.
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Edward ‘Kip’ William Klein II
— Edward “Kip” William Klein III, a former east Cobb state
representative described as a dedicated family man and public servant,
died Monday from complications with Parkinson’s disease, surrounded by
He was 63.
A memorial service is planned at 3 p.m. Friday in the chapel of First
Elected to the Georgia House in 1990 as a Republican, Klein served until
Among those who served with him in the General Assembly was U.S. Sen.
Isakson said in 1990 there were 35 Republicans and a 145 Democrats in
the Georgia House.
“I would say anybody getting elected as a Republican with those kind of
odds would definitely qualify for being a pioneer,” Isakson said. “He
was very thoughtful, hardworking, family oriented, was very big on
adoption legislation, which is something he did a lot of as an
Klein’s northeast Cobb district has changed over the years through
redistricting to now be represented by John Carson.
“I’ll miss him as a friend,” Isakson said. “I’ll miss him as a
thoughtful advisor, and I’ll miss him as a guy who advocated for the
rights of children and the family. Just an all-around prince of a
Klein’s Republican colleagues aren’t alone in admiring the man. State
Sen. Steve Thompson (D-Marietta) had high praise for Klein.
“He’s a little bit more to the right than I was, but we understood that
and it never interfered with our friendship at all,” Thompson said. “He
was one of those people that understood that friendships continue where
politics sometimes stop. He’s one of those guys at 5 o’clock that
understood that we were friends and neighbors, and I guess the best way
to describe him is a gentleman. He was a gentleman and a very bright
guy, and his motivations were always in my opinion very sincere.”
Klein’s daughter, Shannon Klein, a member of the Lassiter High School
Class of 2005 who now works as a legislative aide for Isakson, said the
family was holding up as best they could.
“We’ve lost a great man and a great father, but we know that he’s with
the Lord, and we’re relieved for him that he’s free of suffering as much
as he’ll dearly be missed,” she said.
The manner in which Klein prioritized his life is one of the many things
his daughter admires.
“He loved the Lord first, then my mother second, the girls third, and
with every other ounce of time he had he served others and poured his
life out to others while he was well,” Shannon Klein said. “He’s been
battling Parkinson’s for the past 15 years, but that’s not what we
remember. Instead, we remember the legacy of service and strength that
he left behind.”
Klein was active in the community, chosen to be the envoy to Kuwait for
the Atlanta Olympic Committee and to interact on a good will mission on
behalf of the state in the European Parliament by the European Community
Born and raised in Atlanta, he earned degrees from the University of
Virginia and the Dean Rusk School of Law at the University of Georgia.
He practiced family law in Marietta and took great joy in bringing
families together through adoptions, Shannon Klein said.
In 2000, he received the “Angels in Adoption” award for the State of
Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Sharon; daughters, Tate Ferguson
and her husband, David, Brittany Hunter and her husband, Alexander, and
Shannon Klein; brother, Danny Klein, granddaughter, Austen Hunter, and
extended family: his stepmother, Winifred Klein, stepsister, Caroline
Alford, stepbrothers, Dan Boone, Major Boone, Carl Boone, Bill Boone,
and Bob Boone.
“My father was one of the most
humored, loving and passionate men I’ve ever known,” Shannon Klein said.
Richard Wilson Glover
Richard Wilson Glover passed away on Saturday, July 27, 2013.
He was born in Newnan, GA, on September 28,
1949. He was the second child born to Dr. Nat and Bobbie Glover.
He grew up in Newnan and showed an early aptitude for being a
golfer. He was rarely seen frowning on the golf course and was a
scratch golfer by the age of 15.
After graduating from Newnan High School, he
attended the University of Georgia. He spent the next five years
enjoying himself in Athens. He was a member of Chi Phi and a
lifelong football fan. He loved to discuss football and watch
He married Deborah Helen Donovan on February
4, 1978. They met in Atlanta at a friend's get-together. Their
marriage bore three children: Richard Wilson in 1979, Amanda
Whitney in 1982, and Nathaniel Banks in 1987.
Richard worked in construction for most of
his life. He worked his way up through the trade and retired in
2011 as a general superintendent for C.P. Richards Construction
Co. He used his retirement time wisely. He relished spending
time with his grandchildren: Harper Towns Berta, Ella Grace
Glover, Richard Wilson Glover III and Caroline Banks Glover.
They all knew him as 'Grampie' or 'Pampie.'
Richard will be remembered as a brother,
husband, father, friend and mentor. He tirelessly supported all
three of his children. He was a soccer and baseball coach, golf
teacher, gymnastics supporter, Boy Scout Scoutmaster (Troop 41),
and master sandcastle builder (but only at St. Simon's Island).
He was predeceased by his youngest son,
Nathaniel Banks, and is survived by his wife, Debbie; his
children, Wilson Glover (Katie) and Whitney Berta (Scott); and
The family requests that no flowers be sent.
Donations may be made to Emory Hospital Lung Transplant Center
or the Epilepsy Foundation through Emory Neurology Department.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 4 p.m. at Central
Baptist Church with Joel Richardson officiating.
There will not be any graveside services
Ann Cromwell Glover Parrott
Ann Cromwell Glover Parrott, 95, passed away Saturday, July 13,
2013 at her home in Newnan.
She was born August 11, 1917 in Newnan, GA
to the late Clifford Banks Glover and Rebecca Knight Glover. In
addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband
Thomas Sargent Parrott, Jr., son, Thomas Sargent Parrott III,
M.D., sister Carolyn Clarke Glover, and brother Clifford Banks
Mrs. Parrott was a graduate of Randolph
Macon Women's College and was an educator in the Coweta County
School System for over 35 years. She was a member of Central
Baptist Church where she was very faithful and involved through
her regular presence in the Joy Sunday School Class and the
Women's Mission Union.
She was a member of the Driftwood Garden
Club and an avid gardener, following her achievement of the
Georgia Master Gardener designation, she shared her knowledge
and experience for many years to individuals and groups
throughout Georgia. She served as the longtime Secretary of
Delta Kappa Gamma teacher's sorority.
The funeral is Tuesday, July 16, 2013 at
11:00 a.m. at Central Baptist Church, 14 West Broad St, Newnan
with Dr. Joel Richardson officiating. Interment will follow at
Oak Hill Cemetery. The visitation is Monday evening between
6:00- 8:00 at McKoon Funeral Home, 38 Jackson St, Newnan, GA.
Flowers are welcome or memorial contributions can be made to
Central Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1221, Newnan, GA 30264
Condolences ca n be expressed online at www.mckoon. com .
Survivors include daughter, Rebecca Knight Parrott Flask and
husband Jon; daughter-in-law, Laine S. Parrott; grandchildren,
Melissa Parrott Kirk, Stacey Parrott Stevens, Thomas F. Parrott,
Ansley Flask French; 11 great-grandchildren; and her devoted
caregivers, Elaine & Amos Houston, Jr.
Banks "Gandy" Glover
Note: this picture was from the 2010 Glover family reunion.
12/10/1947 - 4/24/2011
B. Gandy Glover III, 63, died Sunday, April 24, 2011 at
his home in Newnan, Georgia. Gandy was born December 10, 1947 in
Newnan to Clifford Banks Glover, Jr. & Inez Taylor Glover. His
father preceded him in death.
Gandy was a
member of Central Baptist Church, a former two-term mayor of Newnan
(1986 - 1994), and a member of Kiwanis. He graduated from the
University of Georgia and was a real estate agent in Coweta County
for over 37 years, during which he became a lifetime member of the
Million Dollar Club. Gandy was an avid hunter and fisherman, and he
was certified as Master Captain by the U.S. Coast Guard. Gandy loved
being outdoors and around wildlife, and he especially loved Newnan
and the Chattahoochee River.
service is Tuesday, April 26, at 2 p.m. at Central Baptist Church
with Dr. Joel Richardson officiating. The visitation was Monday,
April 25, between 6 - 8 p.m. at McKoon Funeral Home & Crematory,
38 Jackson St, Newnan (770-253-45850). Condolences can be
expressed online at: www.mckoon.com .
include mother, Inez Taylor Glover; daughter, Becky Glover; brothers,
S. Taylor Glover (Shearon), Peter L. Glover (Helen); and nephews,
Frank Glover, Christopher Glover and Preston Glover. In lieu of
flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Central Baptist
Church, 14 West Broad Street, Newnan, Georgia 30263.
following tribute to Gandy was front page on the Newnan Times
mayor and local businessman Clifford B. “Gandy” Glover, III was
found dead at his home Sunday morning.
found by his mother around noon at his home on Temple Avenue,
according to Chief Douglas L. “Buster” Meadows of the Newnan
arrangements will be announced later by McKoon Funeral Home.
A native of
Newnan, Glover, in his sixties, was a two-term mayor of Newnan.
He was a longtime resident of Newnan’s College Temple historic
An avid hunter
and fisherman, he once shot and killed a wild hog that weighed
more than 800 pounds. He was certified as Master Captain by the
U.S. Coast Guard. He was a Realtor with Josey, Young & Brady
Glover is the
son of the late Clifford Glover Jr. and Inez Glover, of Newnan.
He is also survived by two brothers, Taylor and Peter.
“He did things
for the community and he loved Newnan,” said Chief Meadows.
“Gandy was just Gandy, and he didn’t put on airs.”
Nixon Muir attained that perfect healing for her earthly body on
November 6, 2010 as she gently left this world and entered into her
eternal home. Jane was born October 19, 1938 in New Jersey and was
raised in Newnan by her parents Karl Burns and Mary Glover Nixon. She
received her early education in the Newnan City Schools. After
graduation from high school she enrolled in LaGrange College where
she obtained her Bachelors Degree in Education. Her
Masters Degree in Education was awarded to her by Mercer University.
her 30 year career to the field of education and at the time of her
retirement she was on the faculty of E. Rivers School. In addition to
her parents she was preceded in death by a son Todd Nixon Muir. She
is survived by her husband Harold Worgan Muir, Jr. of Suwanee. Her
children are Harold Worgan Muir III of Athens and Andrew Nixon Muir
of Lawrenceville. Also surviving are her grandchildren Andrew
Nicholas Muir, Harold Worgan Muir IV and Taylor Davis Muir. She has
one sister, Judy Nixon Rountree of Blue Hill, Maine. Funeral
arrangements are by McKoon Funeral Home at 38 Jackson Street in
Newnan. The funeral service will be on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at
2:00 PM in the McKoon Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. James Collins
officiating. The family will receive friends at the funeral home
beginning at 1:00 PM. The interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.mckoon.com.
(Bobbie) Wilson Glover
throughout Newnan for her civic involvement, she was active in the
Driftwood Garden Club, having served one term as President, was a
member of the Newnan Junior Service League as well as a member of the
Ladies Auxiliary at Newnan Hospital. A consummate
hostess, an avid bridge player, a master of knitting and needlepoint,
but above all these she cherished her family. Even after moving to
Wesley Woods in 2000 she continued to orchestrate the annual family
gatherings at the old family home on Alpine Drive. Those who knew
her will long remember her love of humor and her constant smile. This
ever-positive outlook infected all around her. Just recently she
joked that she probably was Newnan's oldest Matron of Honor, having
served as such at the age of 85 for a close friend's wedding. A celebration
of her life was held at Central Baptist Church at 1:00 O'clock pm on
Friday, the 5th of November. In lieu of flowers the family requests
that donations be made to the Central Baptist Video Ministry.
12 1924 in Atlanta Georgia to the late William Odom Wilson and Mary
Robertson Wilson, Bobbie was preceded in death by an older sister,
Sara Wilson Jenkins, her husband of 56 year Dr. Nat Glover, and her
son David Clarke Glover. She is survived by her brother, William O.
Wilson Jr., his wife Brenda Reese Wilson of Atlanta and her children:
sons and daughters-in-law Banks and Carol Glover, Richard and Debbie
Glover, Carol Ann Glover, Jim and Debbie Glover of Mechanicsville
Virginia and daughter and son-in-law Mary Frances and Marc Honea as
well as 12 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Also surviving
are her honorary sons and daughters-in-law Dr. Bill Dobes and wife
Martha of Atlanta, and Bob Dobes and wife Susan of Panama City Florida.
from North Atlanta Presbyterian School, frequently appearing in the
Atlanta newspapers modeling clothes for both the Rich's and the J.P.
Allen Department Stores. She attended Agnes Scott College where, at a
friend's debutant party, she met Dr. Nat Glover of Newnan whom she
married shortly afterwards.
She and Nat
loved dancing and fishing and she especially enjoyed working in her
yard, having personally and lovingly planted each of the hundreds of
azalea plants that can be seen at the old family home on Alpine Drive.
Bobbie was a
member of Central Baptist Church where she taught the Cradle Roll
Sunday School for over 20 years, then joined the Joy Class where she
remained a member. Always involved in her children's lives, she
served as a Cub Scout den mother for all four of her boys and a
Brownie leader for her daughter.
Clarke Glover Jr.
chapter in the historical fabric of Coweta County came to an end in
the early morning hours of Sept. 10, 2010, as Dr. Howard Clarke
Glover Jr. departed this life in the comfort of his home."Dr.
Howard," as he was affectionately known, had celebrated his
101st birthday last Dec. 17. He was born in Coweta County Dec. 17,
1908, and was one of nine children of the marriage of Howard Clarke
and Fannie Virginia Jones Glover. Besides his
parents, Dr. Glover was preceded in death by his siblings Virginia
Glover Graham, Caroline Frances Glover, Thomas Jones Glover, J.
Littleton Glover, Mary Jones Glover Nixon, and the brother with whom
he operated The Glover Clinic, Dr. Nathaniel Banks Glover. Educated as an
undergraduate at Mercer University and the University of Virginia,
Dr. Glover graduated from University of Virginia's School of Medicine
in 1934. He was a member of Kappa Alpha and the Phi Beta PI medical
society. He served internships and residencies at The Children's
Hospital of Philadelphia, Watts's Hospital in Durham, and at Egleston
Hospital in Atlanta (now Children's Healthcare of Atlanta).He then
returned to his roots in Newnan to practice medicine for more than 55
years, and for more than 40 years he operated the Glover Clinic at 6
Brown Street in partnership with his brother Nat. He retired in 1993
at the age of 85.Possessed of a
remarkable spirit of service, Dr. Howard was the saving grace for
many an anxious parent. His calm, reassuring manner put fears aside
if the child presented a runny nose or any other more serious
problem. His patients knew that at the end of the visit there would
be that comforting hug from Dr. Howard to go along with the bird he
inevitably drew on each child's hand. Mom and dad would be sent on
their way, knowing that this good man would welcome their calls of
concern should it be day or night. A great
testimony to his endearing nature would be the hundreds of pictures
of his patients that were framed on all the walls in his office. Many
of his patients would continue to be cared for by him through high
school and college if the need arose. His "kids" just did
not want to give him up. Dr. Glover led
a well-balanced life and loved to spend his leisure time enjoying
hunting, fishing, or on the golf course. He was adept as a card
player in bridge or poker. During his
professional career he was a member of the Rotary Club and served on
the board of, at that time, The Citizens and Southern Bank. As a
loyal member of Central Baptist Church he had served as chairman of
the board of deacons and was Deacon Emeritus at the time of his death.
Dr. Glover is
survived by his wife, Margaret Trapnell Glover to whom he was married
Jan. 1, 1938, in Newnan. His children are Harriett Trapnell Glover
McCune of Alexandria, Va., Howard Clarke Glover III and his wife
Becky of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., John Trapnell Glover and his wife
Sandra of Atlanta and William Norwood Glover of Atlanta. Also
surviving are his grandchildren John Chambers McCune III of Mobile,
Ala., John Trapnell Glover Jr. and his wife Merrilee of Bozeman,
Mont., Howard Clarke Glover IV and his wife Sarah of Boston, Mass.,
Richard Trapnell Glover and his wife Emily of Chattanooga, Tenn., and
Jeffrey Barron Glover and his wife Carrie of Atlanta. There are six
great grandchildren. They are Elizabeth S. McCune and Catherine A.
McCune of Victoria, BC, Amelia C. Glover of Bozeman, Mont., Sophia D.
Glover of Boston, Mass., James Alexander Glover of Atlanta and
Richard Gates Glover of Chattanooga. His surviving siblings are
Winifred Glover Boone Klein of Atlanta and Clifford Clarke Glover of
West Point, Ga. Funeral
arrangements are by McKoon Funeral Home at 38 Jackson Street.
Visitation with the family was Sunday at McKoon Funeral Home between
6 and 8 p.m. The funeral service was Monday, Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. at
Central Baptist Church with Dr. Joel E. Richardson officiating.
Interment was in Oak Hill Cemetery.
In lieu of
flowers, Dr. Glover's memory may be honored by contributions to
Central Baptist Church of Newnan P.O. Box 1221 Newnan, Ga. 30264.
Online condolences may be expressed at
following is additional: Uncle Howard
gently winged his way to heaven in the early morning hours of
September 10, 2010, just 3 months shy of his 102nd birthday. Uncle
Howard was one of the remaining nine children of Howard and Fannie
Glover. The family will receive visitors on Sunday September 12th at
McKoon Funeral Home in Newnan between the hours of 6pm and 8pm.
Funeral Services will be held at Central Baptist Church on Monday
September 13th at 2pm. All family members will meet at the
Church at 12:30 for a family meal. Click here to view
the obituary. Click here to view
an in-depth newspaper article by Winston Skinner. One of his many
nieces, Susan Glover Logan, penned the following memory.
to Uncle Howard
Glover Logan Saturday September 11th,2010 I don't
actually remember the first time I saw him-but he was there at my
delivery into this world-Mother used to tell me that he brought me to
her and teased her that she had a big bouncing boy-then laughing,
admitted that the baby was a girl child. That was a joke between them
that was often repeated and enjoyed every time told. What I do
remember is if I was sick- Uncle Howard would not be long in coming-
He would arrive with his black bag and pull out magical potions that
would make me well again. We were so fortunate-spoiled I guess- we
didn't know what an appointment was- we just called Uncle Howard and
he's say come in the back door of the office. I can close my eyes and
see those back steps and then the long hall with all the photos of
the children he and Uncle Nat had taken care of - in one of the exam
rooms I remember there was a map of a magical kingdom. It was helpful
to look at that rather than the glass cases of instruments and the
silver container that I knew contained the sterile needles. Miss
Emily could give a good shot-it was scary but as I remember it didn't
actually hurt all that much. And Uncle Howard would draw a bird on my
thumb and give me a sucker -off we'd go-all happy again. The last time
I saw him was in the summer of 2009-he was 101. I went by the house
and was greeted by the housekeeper/nurse who assured me that Uncle
Howard and Aunt Margaret would be happy to see me though my visit was
totally unannounced. We went through the house to the breakfast room
next to the kitchen and they were both sitting in chairs-facing each
other. Aunt Margaret was, as always, dressed to perfection-hair done,
makeup on -pearls in place-hands in her lap -her feet crossed at the
ankles while Uncle Howard, clean shaven as usual, was dressed in
casual slacks with a long sleeved blue Oxford shirt. And they were
both sound asleep. When the nurse announced that I was there, they
both raised their heads, opened their eyes and immediately greeted me
with smiles, asking me all about my family. How is your husband,
Bill, and your son, Kevin, they asked. They were on the dollar,
bright as could be. We talked
about family mostly-very little about the usual ailments people
relate-they were interested in telling me about the latest great
grandchild and showing me pictures of all. Just before I left I
remarked that the flowers and the yard were so pretty and they both
rose spontaneously to go to the window. Then they animatedly told me
about the little rabbit. Seems that in the morning there is a rabbit
that comes out of the woods and they traced his path for me-first he
goes to this bush and then he hops over to that flower and see he has
nibbled on this one and then he hops over there. I had to chuckle to
myself-at all of us- standing at the window together peering at the
invisible path of a little rabbit who was not there. But when you are
98 and 101 as they were then-isn't it time to smell the roses and
imagine the little rabbit making his morning run even when he is gone? Uncle Howard,
my sweet Uncle died yesterday. We will miss him- his life was a gift
and we enjoyed having him with us for a long, long time. We were so lucky!
Clarke Glover, age 58, died May 2, 2010, at Piedmont Newnan Hospital
of complications related to pulmonary disease. David was born
December 15, 1951, in Newnan, Georgia, and was one of five children
born to Mrs. Bobbie Wilson Glover and the late Dr. Nathaniel Banks
Glover. His father preceded him in death in 2000. David graduated
from Newnan High School in 1969. He received his Bachelor's Degree in
Business from Auburn in 1974 and was a member of Kappa Alpha. He
continued his study in Healthcare Administration at Duke University
and received his Master's there in 1974. For the next 18 years he
pursued a career in hospital administration and served Broward
General Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Aiken Community Hospital
in Aiken, South Carolina, HCA Livingston Community Hospital in
Livingston, Tennessee, Northside Hospital in Johnson City, Tennessee,
and North Monroe Hospital in Monroe, Louisiana.
professional career he was the founding board member of The Johnson
City American Heart Association. He also was president of The Rotary
Club in Livingston, Tennessee, at age 31, a member of Leadership
2000, a member of The American College of Healthcare Executives, as
well as other professional accomplishments. David was an avid golfer,
pool player, bowler, hunter and fisherman. He enjoyed traveling with
his family, playing with his girls growing up, and more recently he
enjoyed the role of grandfather to his two grandsons. Surviving
David is his wife of 36 years, Carol Ann Campbell Glover; his
children, Jennifer Glover Yaeger and her husband Jonathan and
Elizabeth Glover Giles and her husband Jackson Giles III. His mother,
Margaret Wilson "Bobbie" Glover, also survives him. Life was made
more complete by grandchildren Jack Giles IV and Nate Yaeger. His
siblings are Banks Glover and his wife Carol Jackson Glover, Richard
Glover and his wife Debbie Donovan Glover, Jim Glover and his wife
Debbie Maslow Glover, Mary Frances Glover Honea and her husband Marc
Honea. There is also an extended family of nieces, nephews, aunts,
uncles and cousins. Funeral
arrangements are by McKoon Funeral Home at 38 Jackson Street in
Newnan. The memorial service will be on Thursday, May 6 at 2 p.m. at
Central Baptist Church in Newnan with Dr. Joel E. Richardson
officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the
service in the church fellowship hall. Online condolences may be
expressed at www.mckoon.com
Banks Glover, IV, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and
friends on February 27, 2010. He was born October 26, 1987. Nat
participated in the "Begin Program" at the Center for the
Visually Impaired and "Fives Too Late." He attended the
Adaptive Learning Center and was scheduled to graduate from Newnan
High School in May 2010. Nat was preceded in death by both
grandfathers; Dr. Nathaniel B. Glover and Daniel F. Donovan. He is
survived by his parents, Deborah & Richard Glover; brother,
Wilson and his wife Katie, sister, Whitney and Scott Berta and his
nephew Harper Berta, grandmothers; Mrs. Margaret W. Glover and Mrs.
Margaret V. Donovan. Condolences may be sent to the family online at
www.mckoon.com. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made
to Scottish Rite Hospital in Atlanta, mail to: Children's Healthcare
of Atlanta, Memorial Fund, 1687 Tullie Circle, Atlanta, GA 30329. The
family will receive friends on Saturday, March 6, 2010 at Central
Baptist Church fellowship hall from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. The memorial
service will follow at 4:00 PM in the church sanctuary with Dr. Joel
Richardson officiating. McKoon Funeral Home 770-253-4580
Glover, age 60, of Newnan, Georgia, died peacefully at his home
surrounded by his family on Christmas day after a brief battle with
melanoma. Mr. Glover was born on July 14, 1948, in Newnan, Georgia,
to the late John Littleton Glover and Margaret Miller Glover. Wallace
attended Newnan High School and graduated from The Bolles School in
Jacksonville, Florida, in 1966. He was a graduate of the University
of Georgia in 1970. He was a member of Kappa Alpha Order. At the time
of his death, he was the owner of Coweta-Fayette Title Group, Inc.On May 28,
1977, Wallace married his wife, Kay Hanson Glover. They were blessed
with three sons, Wallace Miller Glover Jr., Michael Hanson Glover and
Kelley Carter Glover. His family and his golf game were his passions.
Wallace was a generous and devoted husband and father who loved
coaching his children in soccer, baseball, basketball and golf. He
was an avid sports fan who instilled in his children a love of
competition and all things related to sports. Wallace will be forever
missed by those who knew and loved him. He is survived
by his wife of 31 years, Kay, and by his children, Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Miller Glover Jr. of Savannah, Georgia, Mr. Michael Hanson
Glover of New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mr. Kelley Carter Glover of
Charleston, South Carolina; brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. Littleton Glover
Jr. of Newnan; and other family members and dear friends. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Georgia
Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries, Inc., P.O. Box 369
Palmetto, GA 30268, or MD Anderson Cancer Center, P.O. Box 4486
Houston, Texas 77201-4486, or www.mdanderson.org/gifts. The
visitation with the family will be held on Tuesday evening between 5
p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at McKoon Funeral Home, 38 Jackson Street. The
funeral service will be on Wednesday, December 31, at 11 a.m. at the
graveside in Oak Hill Cemetery with Dr. Joel E. Richardson
officiating. Online condolences may be expressed at www.mckoon.com .
Clifford Banks Glover
Banks Glover Jr., 88, died peacefully at his home in Newnan, Georgia,
on Monday, June 18, 2007. He was a
native of Newnan, born June 11, 1919. He was the son of the late
Clifford Banks Glover and Rebecca Knight Glover. He had two sisters,
Ann Glover Parrott and Carolyn Clarke Glover, who preceded him in
death in 1948.Mr. Glover
married Inez Taylor from Greensboro, Georgia, April 28, 1945, and
together they had three sons, Gandy Glover, who lives in Newnan, and
Taylor Glover and Peter Glover, both of Atlanta. He graduated
from Newnan High School in 1936 and attended The Citadel and Auburn
University, where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Mr. Glover was
a member of Central Baptist Church in Newnan, where he served many
terms as deacon. He was chairman of the board of deacons, a Sunday
school teacher, and a Western Baptist Association Representative. He was a
Kiwanis Club member of the White Oak Golden "K" Club, a
member of the South Metro Human Resources Association and a founding
member of "The Jolly Boys." He enjoyed his membership in
The Featherston Fishing Club at Wynn's Pond. Since 1947 he was very
active with The Boy Scouts of America, leading The Central Baptist
Scout Troop for many years and receiving high honors, including
Special Recognition from Central Baptist Church for service, The
Order of the Arrow, The Good Shepherd Award, The God and Country
Award and The Silver Beaver Award, which is the highest honor a local
council of the Boy Scouts can bestow on an adult leader, signifying a
true impact made on the lives of youth through his service to them. He served in
World War II. While in the Navy he attained the rank of Lieutenant,
serving as the catapult officer on the USS Core - CVE - 13 in the
tenth fleet on anti-submarine duty in the Atlantic Ocean. He served
on active duty from the beginning of the war until the end. He worked for
39 years in the textile industry and retired from West Point
Pepperell as personnel manager in 1984. His hobbies
included hunting, fishing, gardening, beekeeping and genealogy. Survivors
include his wife of 62 years, Inez Taylor Glover; three sons,
Clifford B. "Gandy" Glover III, S. Taylor Glover (Shearon),
Peter L. Glover (Helen); and four grandchildren, Frank Glover of
Evanston, Illinois, Chris Glover of Atlanta, Becky Glover of Newnan
and Preston Glover of Atlanta. He is survived by one sister, Ann
Glover Parrott, who lives in Newnan. Condolences
may be sent to the family online at www.mckoon.com. There will be
a memorial service Wednesday, June 20 at 2 p.m. at The Central
Baptist Church in Newnan, Ga., followed by a visitation in the
fellowship hall. Contributions may be made to Central Baptist Church,
P.O. Box 1221, Newnan, GA 30264.McKoon Funeral
Home, Newnan, Ga.
Mrs. Margaret Miller Glover
Mrs. Margaret Miller Glover, 92, of Newnan passed away peacefully on
Aug. 5, 2006 at her home on Woodbine Circle, Newnan, following an
extended illness. Mrs. Glover was born on Aug. 26, 1913, in Macon,
Ga., to the late Wallace Miller and Mary Shewell Miller. Following
graduation from A.L. Miller High, named for her grandfather, Mrs.
Glover attended Randolph-Macon College in Lynchburg, Virginia and
Wesleyan College in Macon, graduating from Wesleyan in 1934. She
continued her studies at the University of Georgia where she received
her Masters in History in 1935.In 1936, three days after her birthday, she married her husband of 64
years, John Littleton Glover, who predeceased her. She is survived by
two sons, John Littleton Glover Jr. and his wife Cynthia B. Glover,
and Wallace Miller Glover and his wife Kay H. Glover; brother and
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John B. Miller of Savannah; sisters-in-law
Winifred G. Klein of Atlanta and Margaret W. Glover of Newnan;
brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law Dr. and Mrs. Howard C. Glover Jr.
of Newnan and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clarke Glover of West Point;
grandson Wallace Miller Glover Jr. and wife Ashley R. Glover;
grandson Michael H. Glover; grandson Kelley C. Glover; grandson John
Littleton Glover III; granddaughter Bingham Glover Ulsh and husband
Andrew K. Ulsh; granddaughter C. Reid Connor and husband John Michael
Connor; granddaughter Caroline R. Bozeman and husband Julian F.
Bozeman III; granddaughter C. Leigh Gardner and husband T. Truett
Gardner; great-grandchildren Amelia Reid Connor, John Michael Connor
Jr., Adeline Cynthia Bozeman and Andrew Kreeger Ulsh Jr.; and
numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Glover was first and foremost a wonderful and loving wife,
mother and grandmother. While she was active and prior to the time
she contracted Alzheimer's, she was an ardent reader of both fiction
and non-fiction works. She was involved in the lives of her boys,
acting in such diverse roles as Cub Scout den mother and junior high
basketball team driver. She loved flowers and plants, and not only
was a member of the Driftwood Garden Club for many years, but enjoyed
working in her yard on Woodbine Circle. Although she grew up a
Methodist, to the delight of her husband and boys, she joined and was
a member of Central Baptist Church for over 50 years. Outside of her family, two of the great joys of her life were
traveling and spending time at the beach. Following successfully
overcoming cancer at the age of 50, she determined that she wanted to
see as much of the world as she could. During the next 25 years, she
and her husband traveled around the globe many times, visiting over
100 different countries and destinations. Mrs. Glover loved to spend
time at her family's beach house on East Beach in St. Simon's. After
she and her siblings sold the home in the early 1960s, for the next
three decades the couple would generally spend a month or so each
year on the beaches of Ponte Vedra, Florida or Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. In keeping with her wishes, a funeral service will be held for her
family members only, and burial will be in the Glover family lot in
Oak Hill cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. to
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8, at McKoon Funeral Home. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests that donations be made to Georgia
Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries, Inc., P.O. Box 329,
Palmetto, GA 30268. Condolences may be expressed online at www.mckoon.com.
Mr. Thomas Jones Glover, Jr.
Mr. Thomas Jones Glover, Jr. died at Newnan Hospital, Tuesday, Dec.
9, 2003 after a sudden illness. A native of Newnan, Ga. Mr. Glover
was 68 years old. Son of the late Thomas Jones Glover and Lala Pate Glover, Mr. Glover
was in the U.S. Army and attended Mercer University as well as West
Georgia College. He was a member of Central Baptist Church of Newnan. Mr. Glover was active in running the business of Glover Insurance
Agency. A creative person, he was an accomplished musician, well
known for playing the piano and singing in various venues in the
area. He was also known for his painting and for participation in
little theatre productions. Coaching youth soccer, Mr. Glover had
great civic pride and was an active member of the Newnan-Coweta
Historical Society, the Jaycees and of the Elks Club of Newnan. A
Southern gentleman, he was beloved by all he knew him; a natural
philanthropist he never met a stranger. He is survived by his wife, Anne Sewell Glover and two children,
Lynda Glover Burgy of Tequesta, Fla. and Thomas Jones Glover III of
Atlanta. Four grandchildren, Drew Burgy and Courtney Burgy, of
Tequesta, Fla. and Anna Pate Glover, and Keyton Glover of Atlanta,
and one sister, Susan Glover Logan of Hendersonville, N.C. and many
adoring nieces and nephews, and Anne Sewell Glover's daughter,
Melissa Richard and her son Brinson. Visitation will be at McKoon Funeral Home Thursday evening, Dec. 11
at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be in McKoon Funeral Chapel, at 2
p.m., Friday, Dec. 12.Internment will be in the Oak Hill Cemetery.
Dr. Nathaniel Banks Glover, MD
Dr. Nathaniel Banks Glover, 80, died on Friday, November 3, 2000 at
Newnan Hospital. Dr. Glover was born November 8, 1919 in Newnan and was the son of the
late Howard Clarke and Fannie Jones Glover. He graduated from The Citadel in 1940 and graduated from Duke Medical
School in 1943. While in the U.S. Army Medical Corps, Dr. Glover
served at Ft. Devens in Massachusetts, Ft. Sam Houston in Texas and
at West Point Military Academy in New York. He returned to Georgia in
1948 to complete his residency in pediatrics at Grady Memorial
Hospital in Atlanta. Dr. Glover practiced medicine in Newnan for 46
years, retiring in 1994.He served as Vice Chairman of the Flint River Council of the Boy
Scouts of America, Chairman of the Newnan District of Boy Scouts,
Chairman of the Coweta County Planning Commission, Vice President of
the Recreation Commission. He also served on the Zoning Board, and
the Coweta Board of Health. From 1968 - 1969, Dr. Glover served as
Mayor of Newnan. Dr. Glover was the first Chief of Staff of Coweta General Hospital.
He was a member of the American Medical Association, the Southern
Medical Association and the Georgia Pediatric Association. The family will receive friends Sunday, November 5, 2000 from 5 - 8
pm at McKoon Funeral Home in Newnan. The funeral service will be held
at 2 pm Monday, November 6, 2000 at Central Baptist Church in Newnan.
Dr. Joel Richardson will officiate. A graveside service will follow
at Oak Hill Cemetery. Surviving are his wife Bobbie Wilson Glover of Newnan, his sons and
daughters-in-law, Banks and Carol Glover, Richard and Debbie Glover,
David and Carol Glover, Jim and Debbie Glover, all from Newnan; his
daughter and son-in-law Mary Frances and Marc Honea of Newnan; his
sister Winifred Klein; his brothers Cliff Glover of West Point, Ga.,
and Dr. Howard Glover of Newnan, and 10 grandchildren.
Mr. J. Littleton Glover Sr.
Mr. J. Littleton Glover Sr., 89, of Woodbine Circle, Newnan, Ga.,
died Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at his residence. Mr. Glover was born April 6, 1911 at 45 College Street, Newnan, to
Fannie Virginia Jones Glover and Howard Clarke Glover. A partner in
the law firm of Glover and Davis in Newnan, he began his law practice
in Newnan in June 1935 after graduating from the University of
Georgia School of Law. Mr. Glover's counsel included both business
and legal matters. He served as president of the local county and
circuit Bar associations and was also a member of the Board of
Governors of the Georgia Bar Association, later the State Bar of Georgia. He served as director of various businesses including Newnan Cotton
Mills, Manufacturer's National Bank of Newnan (later First National
Bank in Newnan), Newnan Federal Savings and Loan Association (later
First Citizens Bank), Batson-Cook Company, West Point Foundry and
Machine Company, The Piedmont Hotel Company, Parrott Properties Inc.
and Newnan Industries Inc. He served as chairman of the Boards of
Manufacturer's National Bank, Newnan Federal Savings and Loan and
Newnan Industries. Active in the community, he served on the Newnan Water and Light
Commission, the governing board of what is now Newnan Utilities,
during the 1970s and '80s when the utility capacities of the system
were greatly expanded in order to provide for the future growth of
the community. He was active in a number of civic clubs, serving as
president of Newnan Rotary Club, Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce,
Newnan Country Club, Newnan-Coweta United Way and the Newnan Chapter
of the American Red Cross. He served for many years on the Newnan Board of Education and was
instrumental in the development and construction of the present
Newnan High School campus on LaGrange Street. He was a life-long member of Central Baptist Church and was a trustee
for many years. For 65 years he served as General Counsel to what is
now the Georgia Baptist Children's Homes and Family Ministries Inc.,
also serving as a trustee and member of the executive committee from
time to time. Because of his love and devotion to the work of the Children's Home,
its staff and most of all to the children that it served, the family
requests that in lieu of flowers contributions be made to The Georgia
Baptist Children's Homes and Family Ministries Inc., P.O. Box 329,
Palmetto, Ga. 30268-0329.The family will receive friends Saturday morning, July 1, at McKoon
Funeral Home in Newnan between 9:15 and 10:30 a.m. A funeral will be at Central Baptist Church of Newnan Saturday, July
1, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Ken Dobbs officiating. Burial will be in
Oak Hill Cemetery in Newnan. Pallbearers will be Randy E. Connell, Jerry Ann Conner, Peter A.
Durham, W. Robert Hancock, Alan W. Jackson and A. Mitchell Powell.
Honorary pallbearers will be the staff of Glover & Davis. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. J. Littleton Glover of Newnan, Ga.;
sons, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace M. Glover of Newnan and J. Littleton
Glover Jr. of Newnan; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel B. Glover of Newnan, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clark Glover of
West Point, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. Howard C. Glover Jr. of Newnan; sister,
Mrs. Winifred Glover Klein of Atlanta, Ga.; grandchildren, Bingham R.
Glover, Kelly Carter Glover, Michael Hanson Glover, J. Littleton
Glover III and Wallace Miller Glover Jr. McKoon Funeral Home, Newnan, Ga.
Mrs. Jones Glover Mullally
Mrs. Jones Glover Mullally, 67, of Atlanta and formerly of Newnan,
died Friday, October 15, 1999 from complications of an extended
illness, at her home, The Eden Gardens. A funeral was held Monday, Oct. 18 at St. David's Episcopal Church in
Roswell, Ga. The Rev. Hendree Harrison officiated. Burial was in Oak
Hill Cemetery in Newnan. A native of Newnan, Mrs. Mullally was the daughter of the late Thomas
Jones and Lala Pate Glover. She was a beloved mother, devoted
grandmother and patron of the arts. She attended Stephen's College in Columbia, Mo. and graduated with a
BFA in Interior Design from the University of Georgia. She later
pursued a career in Library Science and was instrumental in
establishing the Newnan-Coweta Library. She was a strong supporter of
Dunaway Gardens in Newnan. Mrs. Mullally moved to Roswell in 1990 and
was an active member of St. David's Episcopal Church. She had a
lifelong love of art as well as literature and actively painted
portraits until her health declined. "Jonesy," as she was
fondly known, was a former Miss Newnan in 1952, danced with the
Southern Ballet in Atlanta, and was a member of Phi Mu Sorority. Surviving are children, Lisa (Mullally) Smith and husband Madison D.
Smith, Holly (Mullally) Fortson and husband J. Phillips Fortson, and
James Campbell Mullally and wife Anna K. Mullally; eight
grandchildren; brother, Thomas Jones Glover Jr.; sister, Susan Glover
Logan; numerous other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family asked that contributions be made to
St. David's Episcopal Church, Memorial Fund, P.O. Box 398 Roswell,
Ga. 30077.Roswell Funeral Home, Mansell Road, Roswell, Ga.
Mrs. Louise Liles Glover
WEST POINT -- Mrs. Louise Liles Glover, 89, of West Point died
Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004 at George H. Lanier Memorial Hospital in Valley. Funeral services are scheduled for Monday, Jan. 5 at 2 p.m. at West
Point First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Joe Watson
officiating. Burial will follow in Marseilles Cemetery in West Point. Mrs. Glover is survived by her husband of 67 years, Clifford C.
Glover of West Point; three daughters, Nancy (Bill) Kennedy and Laura
(Brad) Thatcher, both of Atlanta, Ga., and Jenny (Dick) Lee of
Southport, N.C.; one son, Edmond C. (Sandra) Glover of LaGrange;
eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Born June 14, 1914 in Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Glover was a graduate of
Birmingham Southern College, and earned a master's degree from Auburn
University. She was a homemaker and had been active in West Point
First United Methodist Church where she was a member of the Mag Davis
Sunday School Class. She was an avid seamstress. Mrs. Glover was the
daughter of the late Laura Naomi Spradley Liles and John Lemley Liles Sr. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to West Point First
United Methodist Church in Mrs. Glover's honor. McCarthy Funeral Home in West Point is handling arrangements.