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Jeffrey Allen Gloor


Jeffrey Allen Gloor, 56, of Willow Park passed away on March 17, 2024.

Jeff was born and raised in Fort Worth. He attended Texas Tech (located in God’s country) in 1985. He added a list of Kappa Alpha brothers to his family immediately. He said he was no longer classified as an only child. He also stated that he was the best manly man of the group.

Upon graduation he began working at IBM in Shreveport where he met Laura. He asked relentlessly for weeks for her to just give him one date. That one date led to marriage four years later.

Jeff and Laura moved to Fort Worth in 1995 and brought two beautiful children into this world: Sydney in 1998 and Carter in 2001. Shortly after moving to Fort Worth Jeff and Laura began to lead a high school youth group at Christ Lutheran Church. He never knew that meant a lifetime of love from a group of kids that still stay in touch. Leading kids to understand how to work hard, be thankful for what you have and have Christ be your rock was his goal. We think he was pretty successful.

Jeff began working at Net Data in 2004 until recently, when he started selling real estate. Sales was a passion of Jeff’s and he was the best. He could convince anyone they needed what he was selling.

Jeff enjoyed the years he got to be involved in Boy Scouts with Carter. He cherished the friends he made and the many outings he had with Carter. It was a proud moment for him when Carter attained his Eagle Scout. Another proud moment was when Sydney married a man just like him; he always said she couldn’t have picked a better person to join our family.

A new joy of his life is Milli. Laughing, dancing and making funny sounds with Milli always made everyone laugh. Another goal of Jeff’s was to make you laugh. Jeff enjoyed life to its fullest: hiking, skiing, construction with Laura, anything to be outdoors. He loved God, his family, friends and never met a stranger. Our lives will forever change but his memory will never be forgotten. Till we see you again.

Jeff is preceded in death by his parents, Jack and Frances Gloor; he is survived by his wife, Laura Gloor; children, Carter Gloor and Sydney Gloor Kennedy (Riley); and granddaughter, Millicent Kennedy.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, March 22, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1800 West Freeway in Fort Worth.

The Community News
March 22, 2024