Henrico County Board of Supervisors chairman Richard Glover dies at 82

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- Henrico County Board of Supervisors chairman Richard W. “Dick” Glover died Thursday evening. He was 82.

Sources tell CBS 6 Glover died from what appears to be natural causes.

Glover was the longest-serving active member of Henrico’s board. He served as the Brookland District supervisor since 1988.

In January, Glover was unanimously voted chairman by his four fellow supervisors. That was his sixth time voted as chairman of the board.

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Glover leaves behind his wife, Joan Sadler Glover, four children, and eleven grandchildren.

Henrico County Manager John Vithoulkas released a statement that read:

"He was an incredible man who put his heart and soul into Henrico. He had a passion for young people, especially youth athletics. He will be missed," said Vithoulkas. "In the past two weeks we've lost two pillars in our community. It's a very sad day for Henrico County.”

Former Three Chopt District Supervisor David A. Kaechele died on January 20, 2017. Kaechele served the district for 36 years before retiring in 2015.

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