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GLOVER, George Thomas

George Thomas Glover, 62, of Middletown passed away in Wilson, NC where he had been commuting to work from his home in Manassas, VA on Tuesday, May 21, 2013. George was born in Hartford on November 8, 1950 to the late Anne Glover and Irving McCrae. George was raised in a nuclear family formed by the late George H. and Christel Glover in the neighborhood of the South End of Middletown, CT. George graduated from Middletown High School (MHS) in 1969. There, George was a leader, a star athlete and a scholar. George is survived by the following: Wife, Atty. Rozan Cater and her family (Washington, DC); Son, Curtis, his wife Genevieve and grandson Kyle (Pennsylvania); Aunt Elizabeth Johnson, (Connecticut); brothers Ronald, (Florida), and David McCrae and (Carolyn), (Connecticut), and Richard, and (Kathleen) (New York); Sisters Virginia Early, (Connecticut), Debra (Glover) McEwen, and (Sam) (Tennessee), Cheryl (Glover) Huckabey (Connecticut), Tracey (Glover) (New York City), and Cheryllynn McRae White and (Alton), (Connecticut), and former wife, Debra Allen, (Connecticut). He has many, many nieces, nephews, cousins - the Riddles and the Rileys in particular -- all of whom he felt a special connection to, and friends so close that they were and can still be considered family.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 3rd at 11 a.m. at Cross Street A.M.E. Zion Church, 440 West Street, Middletown with The Reverend Moses L. Harvill officiating. Burial will follow in Pine Grove Cemetery in Middletown. Friends and family may call before the service at the church from 10 to 11 a.m. and may send messages of condolence to the family at www.doolittlefuneralservice.com. Doolittle Funeral Home, Middletown is handling the arrangements.

Published in The Hartford Courant on June 2, 2013
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