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A Metropolitan Funeral Service Obituary for:
Martin T. Glover Sr.
March 22, 1961 - June 22, 2019
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Martin T. Glover Sr. of Warrington, Pennsylvania passed away tragically on Saturday, June 22, 2019. He was 58 years old. Martin was born March 22, 1961 in Franconia, New Hampshire, son of Roderick Glover and Marie (nee Herbert) Raynor and her husband Craig. He is the beloved husband of Denise (nee Blahuta) Glover; father of Lisa Marie Glover, Martin T. Glover Jr., and Tiffany Marie Gerrity (and her mother Karen Johnson from Martin’s early life); Brother of Matthew Glover and his wife Anita, Aaron Raynor, Seth Raynor, and the late Mitchell Glover; brother in law of Frank and Joanne Blahuta and the late Kosha Blahuta Barwick; son in law of Pauline (nee Rembish) Blahuta. Also survived by his many nieces and nephews, great niece and great nephews.

Martin was born, raised, and educated in Franconia, NH. He was a graduate of Profile High School in Franconia, NH. While Denise and her sister were up north “Leaf Peeping” in the fall of 1983, they met Martin over drinks and conversation. This unexpected turn became a love story of over 35 years and two beautiful children. They were wed in Linden, NJ and raised their family in Warrington, PA. Martin worked for the Warminster Waste Water Treatment for many years and later at the Upper Moreland-Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority as an operations supervisor. He was working for Fisher Sign recently. It was during his duties placing signage on Saturday night that he was killed by a hit and run driver. The family would like to thank the good samaritans who assisted the Warrington Police Department in finding the culprit.

Martin was an incredibly intelligent, witty, kind hearted humble soul. He loved animals and was instrumental in fostering rescue dogs for Lahaska SPCA and Lulu’s Rescue. Martin became a “foster failure” while fostering two litters of kittens when a tabby named Cooper captured his heart. His wife would refer to him as “MacGyver” because of his ability to fix anything around the home.

A Memorial/Celebration of Martin’s Life will take place on Saturday, June 29th at 1:00 PM – at

St. Pauls United Methodist Church (Cozens Hall)
2131 Palomino Dr.
Warrington, PA 18976

The family would love for you to share a fond memory/story of Martin, Sr. with all of us at his memorial service with a luncheon to follow.

In lieu of flowers and in his memory, a memorial fund is being established, Donations may be sent in his memory to:

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