Sponsored obituary: Ernest W. "Bud" Glover | TheUnion.com

Sponsored obituary: Ernest W. "Bud" Glover

Ernie died Wednesday, Feb 8, 2006 at Kaiser Hospital in Roseville. He was 88.

He was born Jan 2, 1918 in Highwood, Illinois to Edward Glover and Margaret Ward. He served with the 474th Fighter Group in Europe during WWII. He married Mary Nadine Pfalmer on July 29, 1955 in Oakland, and they celebrated their 50th anniversary last year with family and friends. He was a police sergeant at U.C. Berkeley and retired in 1977. Ernie lived in Lafayette until 1991 when he and wife, Nadine, moved to Lake of the Pines. He was a member of the American Legion, VFW, the Higgins Diggins Lions Club, and the Higgins Fire Auxiliary. He enjoyed a lifetime love of golf, picking up his first club at the age of 5, and not putting it down until the age of 84. He also enjoyed watching pro golf, playing cards, crossword puzzles, and history.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Nadine Glover and son, Kevin Glover, both of Lake of the Pines; daughter and son-in-law Kathy and Andy Williams of Grass Valley; grandsons Gareth and Rowan Williams; niece, Dorothy Cantley and family of Greensboro, NC; nephew, Edward Thomas Glover and family of South Windsor, CT. His brother, Edward Hesketh Glover, and sister, Winifred Joyce Fabbri, preceded him in death.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor’s choice. There will be a celebration of his life on Saturday, March 18 from 12:00 to 4:00 at the family’s home at Lake of the Pines. If you plan to attend, please call 530-268-3251.

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