Community rallies around Glover family
The community continues to rally behind a Drumheller family who lost a husband and father, Brian Glover, after a lengthy battle with cancer.
Brian’s wife Corri told The Mail, “In September 2014, doctors found a growth on his right lung and was classified as stage 4. In December he had radiation followed by four rounds of chemotherapy. In August chemotherapy started once again, however tests showed the cancer was more aggressive. I took leave from work to take care of him.”
A Go Fund Me request has been set up by his sister and friend Sharon Hebert & Rachelle Leonhardt and a portion of that request is below:
“My dear friend, Brian Glover, has fought a courageous battle against cancer for the last year and a half. For the last few weeks, Corri has tirelessly stayed by Brian’s side 24/7 in the hospital; her courage, strength, compassion, love and devotion is nothing short of remarkable.
Obviously, this long journey has been very difficult physically, emotionally and financially. There have been countless trips to out-of-town doctors and hospitals, medical and prescription expenses, increased food costs to ensure Brian was eating as well as possible and addition to keeping up with the normal day-today living expenses and duties for her family.
We have started this page in hopes that their families and friends could find it in their hearts to donate even a small amount to help Corri cover some of her upcoming expenses. She still has a very tough road ahead but stays focused on her only priority right now, that being what is best for Brandon and Dariel, without worrying about how the expenses will be paid.
Hopefully, we can contribute even this little bit to ease the burden for Corri and give some comfort and reassurance that his family will be okay through this difficult time. Our sincere heartfelt thanks go to everyone who has taken the time to read this page and possibly be so generous as to contribute to this family.”
Corri also says, “I am grateful to everybody that has donated so far.”
The Glover family
l-r: Brandon, Dariel, Corri and Brian Glover