Terry Glover, the managing editor of Ebony magazine, died on December 24 of colon cancer at her Bronzeville, Chicago home. She was 57-year-old. The magazine announced the editor's passing on their website on Monday, calling her an integral member of the staff and irreplaceable talent.
Glover was, "Really about moving the black community forward on all levels — especially an artistic level," said a longtime friend, filmmaker Barbara E. Allen. "She was dedicated to the arts, and her work has had a such profound influence."
A graduate of Northwestern University, Grover received her B.A. in radio, television and film. During the course of her career, she served as a staffer as well as a freelancer for publications such as The Chicago Tribune, Playboy, Uptown Magazine, and Savoy Magazine.
Glover leaves behind her husband Kendall Glover and two daughters Parri Finister and Maya Glover./span>