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MESSAGE: (#665054) Peggy Lou Glover 1927-2017
DATE: 1/10/2018 at 15:24:50
Peggy Lou Glover, 89, of St. Peter, MN formerly of Spirit Lake passed away on
Thursday, July 20, 2017 at Rivers Edge Hospital in St. Peter, Minnesota.
A visitation with the family present will be held on Sunday, July 23, 2017
from 12:00p.m. 2:00p.m. at the Schuchert-Lentz Funeral home in Spirit Lake.
A graveside service will take place at 3:00p.m. on Sunday in the Fairview
Cemetery in Terril, IA.
Peggy was born in Iowa Falls, Iowa (Hardin County) on November 10, 1927, to
Melvin Walter and Nellie Ruth (Carter) Houser. At the age of 2 œ they moved to
Spirit Lake, Iowa, where she later attended the Spirit Lake Consolidated
Schools, graduating with the class of 1946. Following graduation, she worked
as a telephone operator for Bell Telephone until 1947.
Peggy married Wayne Darwin Glover on June 29, 1947, in the Spirit Lake
Methodist Church. Their early years were spent in the Terril community until
1980 when they moved to the Lakes Region. There were three children born to
this union, Cynthia Joan, Marcia Kaye, and Randall Wayne.
Following Waynes death, Peggy remarried Victor Baldock and lived for several
years in Manitoba, CA. Due to declining health she returned to the USA to be
near her children.
Peggy is survived by Cynthia (Curtis) Koehlmoos of Springfield, NE; Marcia
(Thomas) Applen of St. Peter, MN; Randall (Patricia) Glover of Blue Mountain,
MS. She is also survived by 9 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren;
sister, Doris Shelton; sister-in-law Rita Houser and nieces and nephews
Peggy was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, mother-in-law, Jessie
Mae Glover, maternal and paternal grandparents, stepmother, brothers Richard
Houser, Phillip Houser, sister-in-law Marilyn Jo Houser, and brother-in-law,
In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be sent to the charity of
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