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Lucille Virginia Glover
Mrs. Lucille V. Glover, 88, of Youngstown, Ohio transitioned to her Heavenly Home on July 2, 2022 at Mercy Health St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital in Boardman, Ohio. She was born on March 20, 1934 in Jenkinjones, West Virginia. She was one of ten children born to the late William Henry Smith Sr. and Gladys Rogers Smith.
She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Norvell Glover, and three brothers: Henry Smith, Wilbur Smith, and Earl Smith. Her six sisters: Edith Brooks, Louise Rayford, Grace Kelly, Beatrice Harris, Elizabeth Smith, and Lula Mae James.
Lucille V. Glover, grew up in Jenkinjones, West Virginia and moved to Youngstown, Ohio in the early 1950’s. She attended North High school. She was a faithful member of Mount Gilead Baptist Church of Youngstown, Ohio. For over 20 years, she worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at various hospitals and nursing facilities. She worked at the Sheraton Hotel in house-keeping for several years. Lucille was married to Norvell Glover for over 40 years. Some of her many joys were cooking, bingo, casinos, her dogs, dancing, and blues music. She loved her family unconditionally and would go above and beyond to assist them. Lucille will be missed by many, but the kind words and wise advice will never be forgotten.
She leaves to cherish her memory and legacy, daughter Marionetta Glover-Caige (Les), granddaughter Dwan Glover, one sister-in-law Mary Glover, two step daughters Annie Bell Owens, Naomi Young, step grandchildren, and a host of dedicated family and friends.
The Family gratefully acknowledges the many kind and lovely expressions of sympathy and support by all during this time of sorrow. Whether you visited, prayed, called, mailed a card or flowers, your kindness and love will be remembered forever. May GOD continue to bless you and keep you in his loving care. A special “Thank You” to the Medical Staff who cared for her.
Respectfully Submitted by The Family
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