Roger E. Glover, 71, of Carlisle, loving
husband, supportive father and great friend to many, passed away on Sunday, April 22, 2012, at LifeCare Hospitals of Mechanicsburg.
He was born on Monday, July 29, 1940, in New Britain, CT, a son of the late Eugene C. and Elsie B. (Taylor) Glover.
Roger attended New Britain High School and owned
and operated Roger’s Auto & Body Repairs in Carlisle for 31 years. Roger was an active member of the Newville Drifters
Classic Car Club and member of Eagles Aerie 1299, Moose Family Center and the White Circle Club, all of Carlisle.
He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Joyce A. (Sheaffer) Glover, three sons;
Roger, Jr., Richard and Raymond Glover, two step-daughters; Dianna (and her husband, James) Jedlowski and Dorenia (and her
husband, David) Pegues, two step-sons; Guy Gutshall and Steven (and his wife, Diann) Yohn, one sister, Joyce Wipple, 14 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. Roger was preceded in death by one brother, Charles Glover and one sister, Gwendolyn Baedor.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, 2012, at the North
Middleton Township Fire Co., 310 North Middleton Rd., Carlisle. Burial will be private. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle,
is assisting the family with the arrangements. The family kindly requests no flowers.
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I will always remember Roger as the real deal car guy and the
job on the merc.
A fun and friendly guy with the ever present cigar.
U will b greatly missed. I will remember u everytime I make my christmas cookies.
My thoughts & prayers r with u Joyce & your family
Hi i've known roger at his garage for many yrs when he inspected my car
a very nice prso and a honest one, im so sorry for your loss!
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you.
yes he was truly a friend to many,
and yes he was truly a car guy
wayne & joan keller
we are so sorry
for Joyce and kids,
wayne and joan keller
I will miss a real friend. We enjoyed doing each other favors,
talking about International Harvester and business. I'll miss the way he would smile when I'd stop in to borrow a
tool or ask him a question. He will be remembered for being a friend.
Glenn--Handlebar Hanks Refinishing
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