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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Emogene R. “Jeanne” Glover, 74, Andover, NY

Emogene R. “Jeanne” Glover

Emogene R. “Jeanne” Glover, 74, passed away Thursday (July 27, 2017) at Highland Park Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Wellsville.

Mrs. Glover was born on June 19, 1943 in Wellsville. On May 7, 1960 she married Ronald “Spud” Glover, who predeceased her on May 2, 1994.

Emogene worked for L. C. Whitford Company, Inc. in Wellsville for 30 years, retiring as their payroll clerk in 2007.

Jeanne is survived by one son, Ronald (Jill) Glover, Jr. of Jefferson, Ga.; two daughters, Penny (Dale) Perry and Pam (Dion) Pezzimenti, both of Andover; one brother, Richard (Joan) Martin of N. H.; one sister, Patricia (Clair) Golish of Jamestown and one sister-in-law, Connie Martin.

​Additionally, she is survived by 9 grandchildren, Ronald (Sabrina) Glover, III, Timothy (Kayla) Glover, Briana (Bryson) Calcote, Ashlei (Kevin) Scott, Jacob Perry, Bradley Perry, Adam Perry, Dion Pezzimenti, Jr. and Jamie (Josh) Monday; 9 great grandchildren, Wyatt Glover, Marli Glover, Kelli Glover, Emma Glover, Ayda Glover, Ella Glover, Jayden Scott, Darla Perry and Max Perry; a special traveling companion, Sylvia Whitesell of Andover; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by one son, William Glover; one brother, Jonathon Martin, one sister, Nancy Gant and one grandson, Tyler Glover.

Jeanne was all about family. She looked forward to the holidays and the weekly meal get-togethers. She enjoyed knitting dishcloths as give away presents to all her family. Around the holidays and birthdays, she would make some rock candy, cheesecake or fudge and ship them off as care packages to her grandchildren that needed a hug from long distance. Christmas time was especially memorable for the famous Christmas cookie operation. Everyone pitched in and everyone left with a tray loaded with cookies. For her personal enjoyment she loved reading romance novels and on Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy nights, she was locked in.

Jeanne was a lifetime member of Andover Firemen’s Auxiliary where she held about every position available over the years and she was Past President of Southwestern Association of Volunteer Firemen.

There will be a time of visitation on Tuesday from 4-7 p.m. at Baker-Swan Funeral Home in Andover. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. at the funeral home with Rev. Gene Miller of Yorks Corners Mennonite Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Hillside Cemetery in Andover.

Memorial contributions in Jeanne’s name may be made to Andover Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 714, Andover, NY 14806.

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