Agnes Genevieve Glover (née Cullen), 1924–2019


Agnes Genevieve Glover, née-Cullen, 1924–2019

Passed away peacefully with family at her side on December 14, 2019, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s at the age of 95.

As a teacher for many years in Ormstown she often taught two generations of the same family.  She was a tireless volunteer with Scouts Canada and the Royal Canadian Legion and was very involved in the community and her family.

The last of her generation, she will be sorely missed by her two surviving sons Dee and Sam, her five grandchildren, Steven (Ladouceur), Matthew, Sarah-Kate (Santos), Spencer and Jarrett and her great grandchild Jay (Ladouceur).  She was a mother figure to many folks but no more so than Tony Ma.

Released into the hands of our Lord, she can now rejoin her husband Douglas, her son Jay, her parents Sam and Elsie Cullen, her brother Lindsay Cullen and her sister Myrtle Lobdell.

Visitation will take place at the McGerrigle Funeral Home, Ormstown on Friday, December 27th, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  Funeral service from St. Paul’s United Church, Ormstown, on Saturday, December 28 at 2:00 p.m.  Interment at Union Cemetery.


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    My deepest sympathy to Sam & Dee, Your mom taught all my brothers and sisters, she was a wonderful Lady, She was a great teacher and always well dressed, My Mom and Dad knew your Mom very well! May she rest in peace!


    I am so very sorry for your loss! My mother, Muriel Fletcher was a dear friend with Mrs Glover! She was my teacher and I always called her that! She popped into my memory today and I did not know of her passing! I loved her! RIP Mrs Glover! ❤️


    I just read about my former teacher Mrs. Glover who taught me many years ago. I too became a teacher and retired five years ago after teaching for thirty-nine years in the Maritimes. I have many memories of spending time in her class as well as the girl guides she helped with throughout my youth. She was a wonderful person and friend to my family. My condolences to Dee, Sam and family.


    Genevieve was a truly special teacher, person and friend.
    She was a true inspiration to my dear friend Sharon Nussey Plant .
    Sharon became a teacher because of her great respect for Genevieve.
    Now Sharon has passed as well.
    Our Family send their deepest sympathy.


    Our deepest sympathy goes out to Dee,Sam & families. Genevieve was a lifetime friend to all of us Rice’s. Gene was such a thoughtful,out-going & stylish lady – we have so many wonderful memories
    that we will cherish forever.
    Love: Bob Brenda & family


    Our condolences to Sam and Dee. Genevieve taught many of the Ormstown Rice’s. God bless her. In addition to being a wonderful teacher she and the family were and are close friends,


    My sympathy To Genevieve’s family. May she rest in peace. My memories are all good and start when she was my grade one teacher. My condolences to Dee and Sam and their families.


    My condolences to the family of Genevieve. I taught with her for a couple of years in Ormstown. She was an energetic and friendly person.


    Genevieve was a very special person. She was a dear and loyal friend to my Mum, Valera Moore and I will never forget the kindness and generosity she showed us Robb kids when we were growing up. Please accept my sincere condolences. May the memories you have of happier times bring you comfort and may you know no more sorrow.


    My deepest sympathy to Genevieve‘s family a wonderful teacher wonderful lady and a very good friend. Make she rest in peace. She will be missed greatly.