Bud Glover was welcomed into his new home on July 18, 2018 by his Savior, Jesus Christ. Bud was born in Holly, Colorado on November 5, 1928 to Alva and Viva Glover. He spent his early years farming with his family, grew up in the Greeley-Eaton area, and met his wife of almost 68 years at church. He and Genevieve Scofield married on December 9, 1950 in Loveland. They raised three children: Gary Glover (Kara), Dave Glover, and Pam Bruns (Scott). Bud has eight adoring grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Carol Ann. He is survived by his wife Genevieve, brother Delbert Glover, Lavern Glover, and Art Glover, and brothers-in-law, Leon Scofield, Larry Scofield, and Tom Scofield.
Bud spent most of his life working construction, superintending crews on dams, canals, and pipelines in the western U.S. He established his own excavating company in 1982.
Bud was known as a hard-working and dependable man. He was a steadfast partner to his wife, as well as a wonderful father, mentor, and helper to his children. His grandchildren respected, admired, and loved him. His extended family looked up to him -- his “love language” was helping others.
Bud was a long-time, faithful, and dependable member of Grace Community Church, so valued for his servant’s heart and practical help. He was the “go-to” guy for projects. Bud will be greatly missed by his many friends and family.
Services will be July 24, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at Grace Community Church in Loveland. In lieu of flowers, please direct any donations to Grace Community Church, 240 Barberry Place, Loveland 80537. Go to www.viegutfuneralhome.com for online condolences.