GLOVER, Robert Bruce
(Retired employee of GM after 33 years service)
Suddenly at Scarborough Centenary Hospital on Thursday, February 14th, 2019. Robert, in his 63rd year. Beloved son of Bill and Helen Glover. Loving father of David Glover and his partner Cheryl of Whitby; Eric Glover and his wife Danielle of Oshawa; the late Melissa Glover. Dear grandfather of Devon (Taylor) Glover, Alana Glover, Abigail Glover, Avery Glover, Chloe Glover and Eric Mackie. Missed by his sisters Susan Veenstra and husband Wietze; Janice Glover-Fortune. Fondly remembered by nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and by Fran Glover. Cremation arrangements entrusted to McINTOSH-ANDERSON-KELLAM FUNRAL HOME LTD., 152 King St. E., Oshawa (905-433-5558). Funeral details to be announced at a later date. Donations in memory of Robert to the Ontario Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.
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Feb 19, 2019Zanna & Kerry Joyce
To Eric & Dave and all my Glover family. So very sad at the loss of a great man- who might have been a bit rough around the edges but truly was a teddy bear on the inside, with a heart of gold! Uncle Bob will always hold a special place in my heart. Much love to all of you! Whenever I see a NASCAR race or an episode of Star Trek on TV- it will make me smile at memories shared with him. Xoxo Zanna, Kerry & Scarlet
Feb 20, 2019Larry Massey
My condolences to the Glover family on the loss of Rob. I am a retired firefighter from General Motors,I spent many hours with him on firewatch. Rest in peace my friend my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Feb 20, 2019Aaron Langdon
My condolences to Eric and the Glover Family, Bob was a great man. He came across rough, but if you were lucky enough to get to know him, he was a truly kind hearted man. He was a straight shooter, you always knew where he stood, a rare thing these days. He will be greatly missed!
Feb 20, 2019Don & Heather Coombes
Dear Glover Family Don, Ashley & I would like to extend our condolences to all. We know Bob was a good man. Loved his family dearly. We were more than friends. We were & are still family. Ashley still called him Uncle Bob. We will cherish all the fun memories that made Bob, well Bob. He was one of a kind. Rest in Peace Sweetie. You will & are missed.
Feb 21, 2019Ann Hilts
To David, Eric & all the Glover family. My condolences to all of you. Bob will be so dearly missed by a great many people. He truly was a unique individual and I have many fond memories of Bob, Frances & their children when they were younger and we would get together for visits. Bob always made you feel welcome and cared for. He will truly be missed.
Feb 26, 2019Al McPhee
I knew “Bruce”during my childhood , and then met up with “Bob” again working with him at GM . A kind hearted man that you could count on , the King of the Arc will be missed by many !! RIP Bob ........
Feb 28, 2019Sandra Stubbs
Uncle Bruce, Aunt Carolyn and I are so sorry to hear of Robert’s sudden passing. Our sympathy to David and Eric and families, Uncle Bill, Aunt Helen, Sue and Jan. We remember fondly our times with Brucie in the younger days and Robert has he became older. The family picnics were always fond memories, where I remember him trying to challenge Uncle Bruce in seeing who could pile their plates the highest with food. I do not think he won but he was a close second. Inside Robert was the most giving person. He would do anything for his children, and spoke with love and pride of his grandchildren. You could call on him night or day and he would be there at the drop of a hat to help out. It was nothing for him to stop in for a coffee and a quick visit to say hi. He was a son, a brother, a father and a grandfather with so many positive attributes. Keep his memories close, talk of him often with love and support each other. You will get through this. With love, Uncle Bruce, Auntie Carol and Sandra
Mar 21, 2019Ron Finner
To the Extended Glover family. I was saddened to here of the passing of Bob. I first met him in GM when I was transferred from MRs O Millwrights. Bob was a little rough around the edges but had a heart of gold. He was one of the first welders I worked with. He was known as KOTA or King of the Arc. An exceptional welder. Please accept my condolences.
Mar 25, 2019Glenn and Nancy Henning
Bill, Helen and family. We're so sorry. I just read about Bob's passing.