No services are scheduled at this time for Larry Stanley Glover, 75, of Marion, Kansas, who passed away on Sunday, March 7, 2021.
He was born Aug. 25, 1945, in Marion, Kansas to Sam and Elsie (Marlar) Glover.
He was a very quiet person. He minded his own business and never bothered anyone. Larry worked for the city of Marion for many years as a sanitation specialist and he also worked in Moundridge in the manufacturing of mobile homes.
He had a love of reading and had a very large collection of books.
Larry’s main interest was history. He read numerous books about history throughout his lifetime.
When he wasn’t reading, he was spending as much time as possible with his nieces and nephews. He treated them as though they were his own children.
There are many fond memories of going to movies with Uncle Larry and eating all of the ice cream, ding dongs, fries, and any other junk food you can think of from Burger Shake. Uncle Larry would also take the kids to the park and shopping at Duckwalls in Marion.
He was a very special man that will be greatly missed by all that knew him and loved him.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Gary Glover; and sister, Deborah Landerville.
Larry is survived by his sister, Deanna (and husband, Terry P.) Steiner; nieces, Brenda Gladfelter and Shirley (and husband, Russ) Mullin; and nephews, Loren Keating and Terry A. Steiner.
Memorial donations in Larry’s name can be made to the Marion Library.
Please sign his online guestbook at www.carlsonkirbymorris.com