We Remember: Ebony Managing Editor Terry Glover Dies At Age 57

Terry Glover, managing editor for Ebony Magazine, dies at age 57 from colon cancer, Monday, December 24, 2012.

Ebony magazine is a world-class magazine that can lend its success to those that have directed the vision of one of America’s favorite magazines.

The managing editor for Ebony magazine, Terry Glover, died on Christmas Eve in her Chicago home after a battle with colon cancer, according to Yahoo! News.  She was suffering from the disease for the last two years according to her husband Kendall Glover.

Glover served as the managing editor of the classic pulication for the last three years and was a part of a team that has issued a beautiful new redesign of the cover and has maintained the quality we have grown accustomed to from the near 70-year-old Johnson family publication.

Editor-in-Chief Amy DuBois Barnett called Glover “the heart and soul” of the magazine’s team that will be missed.

Read more here. R.I.P. Mrs. Terry Glover.

-J.C. Brooks

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