BARBARA LYNETTE GLOVERSeptember 8, 1960 ~ October 7, 2017 (age 57)
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Barbara Lynette Underwood "BOO" Glover was born on September 8, 1960 in Little Rock, Arkansas to the late JC and Mary Case-Underwood. She received her high school education at Mills High. Her family and friends often referred to her as “Boo”, she was a very lovable person who always wore a smile. In 2007 she met the love of her life, Ronnie Glover. In 2009 she and Ronnie were united in Holy matrimony. She loved Ronnie and Ronnie loved her. She loved her family, she enjoyed cooking and crocheting, which was her passion. Barbara was a person with a big heart, she was very fun of her cats and dogs and wouldn’t turn down a stray. If you knew her, you would know how she loved her Jack Russell, Mini Doby- Chihuahua mixed and cats, all stayed in the house as part of the family. Many times, she would enjoy making time swimming, singing, music and reading. Her favorite reading was John Grisham novels. She loved her church family, Bingham Road Baptist Church as if they were one big family. She sang in the choir until her health began to fail, making it harder for her to go up in the choir section of the church. Barbara enjoyed the open road where she followed in her father’s footsteps and becoming an over the road truck driver. Driving for multiple companies in different states. Two of the last trucking companies she worked for just before retiring, after 25 long years. Were J M Bozeman and Bill Davis Trucking which were located here in Little Rock. Later she retired, and took time to help take care of her parents before their passing. There are 4 songs that are dear to us, and the reasons why they were so special to us. 1) KEEPER OF THE STARS / Tracy Byrd; “our 1st song to dance by”, 2) CLOUDS / Montgomery Gentry; “I’ll see her again in the clouds of the Rapture”, 3) THE DANCE / Garth Brooks; “if it wasn’t for her, my true love. I would have missed the chance to dance with her”. And number 4) I SAW THE LIGHT / Hank Williams; “I know that she’s in heaven now”! She leaves a great legacy behind to cherish her love and memories. Her husband; Ronnie, children; James Tally, Jerry Tally and Stefani Burton. Grandchildren; Adam and Robert Tally. And Lexy Gardner. Siblings; Jeff Underwood and Susan Funderburg. And a host of other relatives and friends. She will be missed by so many. We thank God for the time that He allowed Barbara to be in our lives, and the time He allowed us to be in her life. (click on photos in photo gallery to enlarge for viewing)
RECEPTION FOR THE FAMILY FOLLOWING THE SERVICE IN THE FELLOWSHIP HALL.
INTERMENT: WOODSON CEMETERY 2:00PM FOLLOWING RECEPTION, IF GOING TO CEMETERY, PLEASE TURN ON HEADLIGHTS AND EMERGENCY FLASHERS.