In Memory Of

E.A. Gruver

Longview, Texas

Guest Book

Hello Aunt Letha, Bruce, Gayle, Graced and Jean - I am Pete Love. Myrtle Love was Uncle Ernest's niece. I can remember when my wife Marie and I lived in Longview, he was helpful in some areas. While he was pastor, he also dedicated Chris to the Lord not long after Chris was born. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He will be missed.

Dear Mrs. Gruver, Grace, Jean and sons,
It was such a wonderful blessing to we "Gilmer folks" when your family came to Gilmer. Your dad was always such a fun loving Christian person, and his family always reflected that! Thanks for sharing him with us all!
Tammy Stevenson Orms

Gayle and Lou -- sorry to hear about you losing your dad; we know that saying goodbye to a parent is a difficult thing to do......know that we have thought of you through the years that we've not seen you.

Lindy and Mary Doug Baker

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort. I will miss seeing his smiling face at his doctor visits. I enjoyed every visit with Mr.& Mrs Gruver. God Bless your Family. He will be missed greatly By the staff at Longview VA clinic.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

I am a former student of Mr. Gruver when he taught in Gilmer. I have very fond memories of him and his kind disposition.
My thoughts and prayers are with each one of you as you go through these difficult days.

Our heart goes out to you during this difficult time. I know God will give you strength to see you through.

Gruver Family-Mr.Gruver was my teacher in Gilmer in 1970 and has always held a special place in my heart because of his kindness and understanding. My condolences and prayers for your loss.

My condolences go to the Gruver family with the passing of E.A.
Letha was my first grade teacher. My heart goes out to them in this difficult time and wishes them the best.
Monte Pittman


E.A.'s Obituaries

E.A. Gruver passed away in Longview, Texas. The obituary was featured in Longview News-Journal on November 3, 2009, and Longview News-Journal on November 4, 2009.