Randy Verne Glover
Randy Verne Glover of Center, Colo., was born on Dec. 26, 1954, to Theron J. Glover and Leona McComb; he was reunited with them in heaven on June 24, 2023. He will always be remembered as a fun-loving brother, super uncle, and friend.
Randy wore his emotions on his sleeve; you never had to wonder what he was thinking. Whether sharing memories, good-natured razzing, or a spirited debate, you could always count on his huge smile, deep laugh, or eventual agreement to disagree.
Randy’s bond with his big sister Lana was solidified before he was born, as she prayed for a baby brother and knew he belonged to her. This bond continued throughout their lives; they could fight, love, cry, and laugh within a moment. She was with him for every challenge and celebration in his life. She will forever cherish the time spent with him and is especially thankful for the many recent visits and days together over the last couple of months.
Randy had a very special relationship with his nephew Nivek and Christa Beiriger, with whom he spent every holiday and special occasion at their home — the same house Randy grew up in. They will greatly miss his presence during special times and every day.
Randy was preceded in death by his parents Theron and Leona, as well as his stepfather Frank Crown; brothers Jerry Glover, Larry Glover, and Billy Glover; sisters Linda Schmadeke, and Bonnie Glover; and stepsister Verna Felmlee.
Randy is survived by sisters Lana (Bill) Reed, Corda Sullivan, and Vickie Glover; stepsisters Becky (Randal) Wilson and Ellen (John) Moser; and stepbrother Richard (Shari) Crown; many nephews and nieces whom he adored and loved spending time with, as well as too many close friends to list — they know who they are and how much they each meant to him. Randy’s family and friends will greatly miss his clever sense of humor, big bear hugs, smiles, laughter, and, most of all, just hanging out and visiting while enjoying a cold beer or Gatorade.
A Celebration of Randy’s Life will be held at 48419 E. Hwy. 112, Center, Colo., on July 14, 2023, at 5 p.m. All friends and family are welcome; please bring a camp chair and your favorite story to share.
Rogers Family Mortuary is in care of the arrangements. To leave online words of comfort, remembrances or tributes to Randy’s family, please visit www.RogersFunerals.com.