of Dyess, AR
January 3, 1940 - September 13, 2020
William Jasper Glover, 80, of Dyess, passed away Sunday, September 13, 2020. He was born January 3, 1940 in Keiser, AR to Willie J. and Beulah Irene Glover. He was Retired from American Greeting after 31 years. He served in the US Military in the Air Force and was a member of New Hope Pentecostal Church of God in Dyess. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Joyce Glover of Dyess, AR; daughters: Cindy (Rusty) Hilliard of Dyersburg, TN and Tracey (Murray) Schwieger of Edwardsville, IL; son: Will (Amy) Glover of Johnson City, TN; grandchildren: Beth (Adam) Dunahue, Sarah (Clint) Veal, Grace Carver, Jude (Dustin) Bates, Jonathan (Jammie) Gillmore, Wesley (Karissa) Bennett, Rebecca (Shane) Spath, Alexis Glover and Savannah Glover; great-grandchildren: Jasper Gillmore, John Gillmore, Chandler Bates Pearl Dunahue, Donny Dunahue and Livvy Dunahue; brothers: Wendell Glover and Danny Glover; sisters: Gleenda Stevens and Pat Donaldson. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister: Delma Bretz.
So sorry for your loss Joyce. Due to health issues, Carolyn and I will not be able to attend the service. Our thouguts and prayrrs are with you and your family.
The love of family and friends will help you through the difficult days ahead. As long as he lives in your memories, he is not gone. You don’t get past it, you just get through it. Thinking of you… Louise
So sorry for the loss of your sweet Husband, Father, & Grandfather. Bill was a great friend to all that knew him. I missed him after he retired from AG. He would drop by my office from time to time & always had a way of brightening my day. Bill is one of those rare people that has left the world a better place by having been here. RIP My Friend! 🙏🙏🙏❤️
Our deepest condolences to the family. We enjoyed the family gatherings with him, the other Glovers and all the other cousins. Those were some great memories. He is no longer suffering as he is in the Arms of Jesus and with his parents and sister.
My heart is broken.I will miss his singing and talks. My love and prayers are with his family. So thankful to have been his friend.
Our deepest condolences. Love the Wiggins family
Bro Bill was and is an encouragement. Loved his Singing,Testifying and Worship. He and I sometimes disagreed on theology but never over churchology.