of Little Rock, AR
August 11, 1941 - May 2, 2021
Robert Albert Glover, Jr., age 79 of Little Rock, Arkansas passed away on Sunday, May 2, 2021. He was born on August 11, 1941, in Little Rock to his late parents, Robert Albert Glover, Sr., and Nellie Irene Pitts. Bob enjoyed camping, whitewater rafting and was a member of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock.Survivors include his wife of 55 years, Susie Glover and one daughter, Ashley Cumnock (Kenny) all of Little Rock.A visitation will be from 5:00pm until 7:00pm on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, at Roller-Chenal funeral home. Graveside services will be 11:00am on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at Mount Carmel Cemetery in Cabot with Reverend Jeff Hampton officiating.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.The family wishes to thank Dr. Lisa Sajovitz and the entire CCU staff at St. Vincent's Infirmary for their care showed during Bob's illness.
So sorry to hear about Bob & lifting you, Ashley & family in prayer. He left some fond & funny memories & know how he will be missed. Love to you all. Janice & Bob
Sue, you are in my prayers.
Ashley, my condolences to you and your mom during this difficult time.
A truly wonderful man. Bob knew the best hole-in-the-wall-you'd-never-go-there-on-a-bet places to eat in LR. When I worked for the City, he would periodically drop by with a "Hey! Let's have lunch!" and it was always first-rate. RIP Bob; you are missed.
So very sorry to hear of Bullet’s passing. Spent many a times pondering the mysteries of life over a beer at Pizza Cafe, enjoyed those moments! He will be missed! RIP!!!!
Susie and Ashley, Words cannot express my sorrow for your loss. Bob was a great friend to me for many years and a father figure when I found myself alone in Little Rock. He made me laugh and was a wonderful companion. He talked of his family, his love for your camping trips and vacations. I hope you find yourself smiling and laughing a few times as you grieve. With deepest sympathy,Lee
I enjoyed many hilarious conversations with Bullit while tending the bar at Pizza Cafe over the years. He had a big heart and he sure loved his wife and daughter.
Love and prayers to you Susie & Ashley!! I have so many memories of good times and laughter at your home! Bob was the best and he had the most giving heart! He will be missed by so many because he made a difference in our lives!💗
My thoughts and prayers to Bob's family. I worked with Bullet from 2001 until his retirement. He was truly one of a kind and i thoroughly enjoyed every minute I was around him. He will be missed. Rest in peace, my friend.
Sending thoughts and prayers your way during this time of grief. We enjoyed Bob so much during the few visits we had. He loved his Daughter and wife - it was so obvious in his expressions. XXOO to you both ❤️
I met Bob through my husband at the City of Little Rock years ago... He was always so happy and made me laugh!! We'll miss you Bob!!!!Brian and Teresa Baty
He was quite a character and one of my favorite dining companions. He will be missed.
I’ve known Bob since 1974 through the City of Little Rock where I worked with Bob and around Bob. He will be missed. Bill Henry
Susie and Ashley, We are so sorry to learn about Bobby. I know your hearts are broken and that you will miss him. We send our condolences, love and prayers.
I am so sorry for your loss. May his memory be a blessing to you all.
To Sue and Ashley,I met Bob in May, 1970 when we began our friendship by sharing an office at our new jobs at the City of Little Rock. That friendship never waivered and will continue forever. He was a mentor at work and buddy away from work. One of my most proud accomplishments was giving him the "Bullet" moniker. It stuck! I will miss him dearly as I know you will too.
I'm sorry for your loss. Bullet was such a character that isn't easily forgotten. I know you guys will be able to relive some of his stories and laugh.
Dear Susie and Ashley, Please accept my deepest sympathy. He was a good friend. As always all my best, Ralph