This month, Fowlerville lost one of its leaders from long ago -- Irwin Glover. You can find his obituary under the "Remember" tab on this blog. His funeral was a celebration of a life well-led and I feel honored I knew him for these last 18 years.
Irwin was one of the first I met when I joined the Rotary Club in 1999. He was kind, generous, and outgoing, and he was the reason we sang songs at the beginning of each meeting.
So, I post the following article that happened to catch my eye this week as I was looking for something interesting. In May of 1965, this announcement was in "The Fowlerville Review" to bring the community out to work together on putting the Community Park (large one on North Grand) in order. Irwin, along with Frank Utter and numerous other Rotarians, worked hard to make this happen and aren't we all glad!
A few years back, the Rotary Club funded the paving of what is now known as the "Rotary Mile." I love using that walk and hopefully many more make use of it -- and, for that, we can thank men like Irwin Glover.