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October 09, 2019 - 00:00
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Lois Faye Tillman Glover was born June 28, 1945 to Lizzie and Leo Tillman, Jr. She received her education at E. H. Henry School in Eagle Lake. Lois accepted Christ and was baptized at an early age. She was a faithful member of Greater Rising Star Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Truman Scott, Sr. until her health failed.

In 1964, Lois married Jeff Davis, and that union was blessed with two devoted daughters, Stacy Lanette and Kameka Yvette.

Later in life, Lois married Bobby Joe Glover and they remained married until Lois’ health failed.

Lois loved cooking and spent her entire career in the restaurant industry. She as also an avid gardener with a green thumb. This showed as her home was always surrounded by beautiful plants.

Lois was a big sports fan, especially football and basketball.

You could always catch her watching a game on TV or in person, as she enjoyed watching her grandchildren play sports.

Sadly, Lois found her eternal rest and went home to be with the Lord Saturday, Sept. 28.

She was united with both of her parents, sisters Rose Mary Brown and Vera Tillman Cole, and brothers Obie, John Lee and Curtis Tillman.

Lois leaves to cherish her memories her husband, Bobby Joe Glover; daughters Stacy Carter (Lane) and Kameka Edwards; stepchildren Charlotte Robinson (Michael), Tina Ervin (Doniel), Sheron Green (Thomas), LaRay Glover (Monica) and Tyrone Miller; grandchildren Curtis Carter, Cordrik Carder, Kobe Winters, Juwan Carter, Kayle Edwards and Korey Edwards; brothers Douglas Tillman, Sr. (Ada), Tommy Tillman (Lucia) and Tony Tillman (Coretha); sisters Wilma Powell and Beverly Denley (Alfred); 20 step grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral services were Saturday, Oct. 5 at First Baptist Church in Eagle Lake.

Interment is in Willing Workers cemetery in Columbus.

Pallbearers were Curtis Carter, Cordrik Carter, Juwan Carter, Korey Edwards, Rev. Truman Scott, Jr. and Kobe Winters.

Repast was at the Masonic Lodge in Columbus.

Final arrangements were under the direction of Ben Davis Funeral Home of Columbus.