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Dolores Ramona Glover

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Dolores Ramona (Justice) Glover 86 years old, formerly of Marietta, GA went to be with her Heavenly Father on Saturday November 30.

Dolores was a Loving Wife, Mother, Sister and Grandmother, she will be Deeply missed by all who knew her. Preceded in Death by her Loving Husband of 36 years Charles Hayward Glover and Her Loving Son Fredrick Leslie Glover, Her Parents Willis and Willie (Timmons) Justice, Brothers Willis Justice Jr., Conrad Justice, and Daniel Justice, Sisters Rebecca Justice, Shelia (Justice) Love, Brother in Laws James Love and David Greer. Survived by Sons Charles (Patti) Glover of White Ga and Frank (Leanne) Glover of Cartersville, GA, One Sister Regina (Justice) Greer of Jarrell, TX. Sixteen Grandchildren, 30 Great-Grandchildren and 10 Great-Great-Grandchildren and many Nieces and Nephews.

Funeral Services will be Wednesday December 4, 2019 Georgia Memorial and Crematory 4671 S. Main Street, Acworth, Ga 30101

Visitation 10 am – 12 Wednesday; Service at Noon; Burial at Georgia Memorial Park 2000 Cobb Parkway SE, Marietta, GA 30060

2 Comments To "Dolores Ramona Glover"

Sandra Oakes On Feb 27 2020 at 9pm
I am broken hearted to hear of Ms. Delores passing. We worked together for years at Kiddie Kollege. I have wondered for yrs what happened to her as she would call me often. I loved her like a mother. The last time I saw her she was in Kennestone Hospital. Her eyes lit up when I walked into the room. I wish I would have known where she was as I would have loved to seen her. My heart aches that I didn’t. So many people have passed lately but losing her hurts the most. Again I am so sorry. She always talked about her family and how she loved them. I know she loved me as well. Reply to this comment
James Glover On Dec 03 2019 at 3pm
Dear Grandma Glover I have so many memories of you when I was a child, combing your hair, your long, thick, wavy, so black it was purple in the sunshine, hair. I remember you sitting at the kitchen table coloring or playing cards with me while all the other kids played outside. I remember helping you plant flowers all over your yard and in anything that would hold a plant. Buckets, jars, wooden boxes, and even a hubcap or two. As time rolled on life took over and I grew up. I guess it happens. I cherish every memory. Good and bad because that’s what made you and I what we were to each other and different than every other relationship. Grandma, I do have regrets in our relationship, mostly my being stubborn. But I learned a lot from you and will never regret having you as my grandmother. Your all better now grandma. No more pain, disappointment, or being scared. I know you and grandpa are smiling and dancing in heaven. I know God welcomed you at those gates. I love you.(Jamie) ???? Reply to this comment
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