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Thomasina Glover On May 7, 2010, Ina Glover, beloved wife, mother, and grandma, passed away unexpectedly. Born in Glasgow, Scotland on November 23, 1929, Ina was a Manhattan Beach resident of 50 years. She leaves behind her husband of 51 years, Eddie; son Cameron, daughter-in-law Linda, and grandchildren Colin and Katie of Tipp City, Ohio. Ina was a friend to all who knew her and will be fondly remembered for her sense of humor and generosity. She will be greatly missed. The Memorial Service will be held at Rice Mortuary Chapel on Friday May 14, 2010 at 2:00pm. A Reception follows in the Rice Lighthouse Reception Room until 5:00pm.

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  1. I will really miss Ina. She was always so sweet and bubbly! I still wear the scarf she made and gave to me when me and my friend came out for a visit. She was always so kind to me and my family and we will really miss her. We are thinking of you Eddie and Cameron and are so sorry.. Love, Brad, Diane, Ericka and Emily Miller

  2. Being Cameron’s brother-in-law, I had the pleasure of meeting Ina and Eddie a number of times. I loved Ina’s Scottish accent and how she pronounced my name. Years ago, she and her family introduced me to a great beverage, the Shandy, which I still drink to this day. I appreciated how well she treated her grandkids, too. I’ll miss her.

  3. Ina will be geatly missed at the gym. She was a joy to work out with. And, I worked out with her for over 20 years. My sympathies are with all of her family. She will be remembered fondly by me.

  4. My condolences to the family. My mum and dad have known Ina for many years, my dad Joe even shared her birthday. I have told them of this loss. All our love and prayers ..The McLaughlan Familyxxx

  5. Eddie, Cameron, Linda and kids, Our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this sad time. Ina was such a beautiful woman. She was always happy, positive and had a smile for everyone.Although she wasn’t related to our family by blood, I will always think of her as “My Auntie Ina”. God Bless. The Monaghan Family, Garry, Marie (Drysdale), Sean and Shelby…..

  6. Please accept my sympathy for your loss. I knew Ina from the Spectrum Club and always enjoyed talking with her. She was such a ray of sunshine and how she made me laugh! She will be greatly missed.

  7. Ina was a very special and dear friend. She had the most wonderful personality; warm, vivacious, kind, witty, generous and fun loving. She had more energy than people half her age. I will cherish the memories of Ina making us a cup of tea and something to eat while we visited and laughed at her kitchen table. Our family loved her so much. She was a true angel and will be sadly missed.

  8. My condolences to Ina’s family. I knew Ina from the Spectrum Club. We shared many lively conversations after class. She always had such a positive outlook on life. I will miss her.

  9. I have known Ina for many years at the Manhattan Club for Women and recently at the Spectrum. I will miss her smile and warm personality. My thoughts will be with all her family. May God Bless. Shirley

  10. There was never a day that didn’t go by without a smile, giggle or kind word when we met. There is now a bright star looking down on us which I will also know is Ina. My heart goes to Eddie, to Isabel and their family. Love Gillian

  11. We knew Ina through the George Currie family and always appreciated her kind words and cheerful outlook on life. I can still hear her say “How’s Kelly, Scott and the wee one” in her wonderful Scottish accent. My condolences to all who loved her.

  12. Oh – Ina – we will miss you so! You were a wonderful, fun lady with a cute sense of humor. You always made the time at the gym more fun. We will miss that Scotish brogue! RIP beautiful lady!

  13. My deepest sympathy. I came to know and love Ina through Barbara Bryant. We had a great time when they visited NY a few years ago. She will be very much missed.

  14. Dear Glover Family, We lived across the street from you on 36th Street in the early 1960’s. My daughter, Sheilah, was about 3 years old when we met Ina. Ina was so loving and sweet with her, Sheilah always wanted to be at her house. Ina served Sheilah and her friend, Julie, tea and played with them. Sheilah and Julie played house and dolls often and instead of saying “Let’s play house” they called it “let’s play Inas”. These two girls played Inas until they were teen-agers. So you can see what an impact Ina had on two young girls. Sheilah is a little older than Cameron. Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Sincrely, Marilyn Filson Hancock

  15. I knew Ina from the Spectrum Club and saw her there on a regular basis. We were never formally introduced, but she would always say hello and chat. She was so pleasant and cheerful and lit up the room when she came in. I will very much miss seeing her there. I can only imagine how much she will be missed by her family. I send you all my sincere condolences.

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