Orian Talbert Gloer

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Orian Talbert Gloer, Jr. 69, of Candler, died Saturday, September 9, 2010, at his home. A native of Atlanta, GA, he was the son of the late Orian T. Gloer, Sr., and Ima Gene Marlow Gloer and was also preceded in death by a son Brett T. Gloer. Mr. Gloer was a graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a salesman in the telecommunications field. He was a member of the Biltmore Masonic Lodge #446, and the Scottish Rite, Valley of Asheville. His survivors include his wife, Carolina Bengco Gloer, a daughter, April DeCarlo; two sons Bradley A. Gloer and Matthew D. Gloer; and two granddaughters, Carly and Sara Kruger. A Masonic memorial service will be held at Groce Funeral Home, 1401 Patton Avenue, Asheville, NC 28806, at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 13, 2010 with Mr. Jake Cauble officiating. The family requests memorials may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children, 950 West Faris Rd., Greenville, SC 29605.

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  1. Our deepest sympathy for you and your family at this trying time. I have nothing but fond memories of Orian. He was a truly unique man among men. I’m sure he is smiling in God’s presence.

  2. Carol, Matthew and Children,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May God bless you and comfort you.

    I am glad that Orian was my friend and to have had the opportunity for us to have shared our lives and stories over the years.

    I will miss him very much.

    Our love,

  3. Carol & Matt,
    We share your grief in the loss of a great dad. I would have really liked to be there and to see him before he passed. I always loved him and I know he knew that.
    April, Carly & Sara

  4. I just found Orian’s funeral notice on a casual web search. Orian was my frist cousin. I haven’t seen him in many years but I am saddened by his passing. We played together as childern and I have fond memories of our time together in Forest Park. Please accept my condolences. My prayers are for you and your family.

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