Our beloved mother, Deanna Pearl Tait Glover, age 84 died on September 26, 2022, in Kanab, UT. She was born on April 13, 1938 in Kanab Utah to Lamond and Ester Tait. She married Jerace Alma Glover, June 23, 1956 in the St. George Temple. She and Jerry had 3 sons, Kenley, Don and Kris. She loved and enjoyed her family very much. She enjoyed scrap booking, sewing, quilting, crafts, making flower arrangements, genealogy, her pioneer history, just to name a few.
She is survived by her sons; Kenley (Donna) Glover, Don (Sherie) Glover, brothers; Arthur (Roma) Tait and Dell (Mary Ann) Tait and many sweet grandchildren and great grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Lamond and Ester Tait; Husband, Jerace A Glover and son, Kris J Glover.
Deanna was well known in the community for her expertise in family history and the local history as well. She was the town historian for over 30 years. If you needed a story or a picture of this area, she would have it or know where you could find it. She was a wealth of information. She was also known for making the best cinnamon rolls in town.
Deanna was a very dear friend to many and will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, Oct 3, 2022 at 11:00 in the Kanab Stake Center. A viewing will be held Sunday from 6-7 pm and again prior to services at 10:00 am.
Under the direction of Mosdell Mortuary.
You are invited to watch the funeral services through the YouTube link below:
I was a privilege to know Deanna. She was always in pain but it never slowed her dow. I enjoyed working with her in the museum where she spent so many hours She loved her family and loved her heritage. What a wonderful lady.
So sorry we cannot be there to celebrate the life of this beautiful sweet lady. Love and prayers for her family.
Such a sweetheart, always nice to everyone. What a sweet reunion she must be having
So many fond memories of my beautiful friend Deanna.
Sending prayers of Comfort & peace to the Glover Family
Love, Darlene Reese
Growing up and even up until this last May Mom and Dad (Ken & Darlene Reese), never missed a stop in to spend time with Jerry & Deanna. As kids we were never sure of Jerry but Deanna was one of our favorite “Aunts”. Candy and games were always so plentiful and Deanna told the best, funny stories. Will miss her.