Our members are mourning the death of longtime Rotarian Alan Glover. Alan passed away this week due to complications of COVID-19. He joined the Rotary Club of Carson City in 1994, and served as President in 1997-1998. “We will sorely miss Alan at Rotary,” said Rotarian Richard Perry. “He was always lively, entertaining and brought a historical Nevada perspective to everything. He was a great Rotarian.”
As many know, Alan had a distinguished public service career, serving as the Carson City Clerk-Recorder for 20 years, in the Nevada State Assembly for 10 years and Nevada State Senate for 4 years. He was also a member of St. Teresa's Catholic Church, where he was in the Knights of Columbus.  Alan was a member of the Bicentennial Commission and served on the advisory board of the Department of Education at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Fellow Rotarian Dan Dykes shares Perry’s sentiment. “Alan was not only loved by his colleagues around the state, he was highly respected for his willingness to share his many years’ experience and his substantial talent as a governmental administrator. I was thrilled to reconnect with him when I joined Rotary several years ago. He was equally loved and respected in our club as he was in his professional life.” 
Read more Rotarian tributes below.
I loved hearing Alan's stories from Nevada politics. It inspired me to get more involved. I'll never forget his stories. 
Michael Pelham
I remember one Rotary Christmas party where several people wore Christmas sweaters that ranged from just poor taste to really ugly. Alan’s was close to the really ugly end of the spectrum. I was impressed!
Charles Macquarie
He also was part of the middle school team with me, Gary and others.  His energy was infectious, he was purposeful, organized and helpful. I loved his laugh and sense of humor. I will miss him greatly. 
Barb D’Anneo