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For over forty years, the congregation of
Emmanuel Baptist Church at East 79th and
Quincy Avenue has been under the
stewardship of Rev. Dr. Sterling E. Glover.  
During a September 30th Luncheon at
Landerhaven Country Club, Rev. Glover was
honored for his service to Emmanuel and the
Greater Cleveland Community.  The luncheon
was attended by family, friends, clergy, and
community leaders.

Rev. Glover, who is also director of the
Cleveland Port Authority, promised those in the
audience that he still has work to do.  To the
relief of many who applauded his years of
service, Rev. Glover also promised that they
could still call on him when the need arose.

The luncheon speaker was Rev. Dr. Marvin
McMickle, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church.  
Those who have had the pleasure of hearing
Rev. McMickle understand that the luncheon
included a fired up, thought-provoking,
entertaining and challenging message.

The Fairfax Foundation announced a yearly
scholarship of $1,000 to be awarded in Rev.
Glover’s name.  Accolades flowed from the very
young, to the most mature.

Moving tributes came from all levels of
government, and from many community
leaders.  Personal  experiences were shared by
several speakers including Councilwoman Mae
Britt.  Our most memorable reflection of Rev.
Glover’s official acts was performing our
marriage ceremony, so Rev. Glover, God Bless
You, Best Wishes, and Thank You, Thank You,
Thank You!


For over forty years, the congregation of
Emmanuel Baptist Church at East 79th and
Quincy Avenue has been under the
stewardship of Rev. Dr. Sterling E. Glover.  
During a September 30th Luncheon at
Landerhaven Country Club, Rev. Glover was
honored for his service to Emmanuel and the
Greater Cleveland Community.  The luncheon
was attended by family, friends, clergy, and
community leaders.

Rev. Glover, who is also director of the
Cleveland Port Authority, promised those in the
audience that he still has work to do.  To the
relief of many who applauded his years of
service, Rev. Glover also promised that they
could still call on him when the need arose.

The luncheon speaker was Rev. Dr. Marvin
McMickle, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church.  
Those who have had the pleasure of hearing
Rev. McMickle understand that the luncheon
included a fired up, thought-provoking,
entertaining and challenging message.

The Fairfax Foundation announced a yearly
scholarship of $1,000 to be awarded in Rev.
Glover’s name.  Accolades flowed from the very
young, to the most mature.

Moving tributes came from all levels of
government, and from many community
leaders.  Personal experiences were shared by
several speakers including Councilwoman Mae
Britt.  Our most memorable reflection of Rev.
Glover’s official acts was performing our
marriage ceremony, so Rev. Glover, God Bless
You, Best Wishes, and Thank You, Thank You,
Thank You!
VISIONS
"Seeing the world not as it is, but as it can be"
"Where there is no vision, the people perish." - Proverbs 29:18
Your Success Newsletter - Nov-Dec, 2006 - Published Bi-Monthly
Rev. Sterling E. Glover Retires

IN THIS ISSUE

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1.
Make it a
Merry Christmas
& Happy New Year

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2.
Students Celebrate
Homecoming

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3.
Traveling, Learning
& Teaching
Worldwide
Maya Edwards

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4.
Johnnie Butler
and Lytle Davis
Exchange Vows

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5.
Heatherlyn Gaydos
and Richard Day
Join Hearts, Hands,
and Families

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6.
Rev. Sterling E. Glover
Retires

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7.
Rev. Larry Macon Sr.
Celebrates 26 Years
at Mt. Zion

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8.
University Hospitals
and Case Honor
Dr. Richard E. Grant

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9.
Congratulations to
Fire Chief
Ron Stephens

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10.
Cakes by Arlene


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INSPIRATIONS
and VISIONS

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Young man tells about the
impact Rev. Glover had on
him "since he was a kid"
Rev. Dr. Marvin McMickle
1st Lady Delores Glover
Rev. Dr. Sterling E. Glover