Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak issued the following statement on the passing of longtime Carson City official Alan Glover.
“I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our long time public servant, Alan Glover. He was an exemplary Nevadan who had committed himself to a life of servitude, leading to the improvement of his hometown of Carson City and to our great State of Nevada,” said Governor Sisolak. “Kathy and I send our love and condolences to his wife, Harle, and the entire Glover family.”
Alan Glover was a Carson City native and was elected to the Nevada State Assembly in 1972, the same year he graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno.
He devoted his career to public office by serving 14 years in the Nevada Legislature, serving 10 years in the Assembly and four years in the Senate. Soon after, he spent 20 years as Carson City’s Clerk Recorder where he helped bring about the biggest modernization to the office in record since 1864 and became the longest serving clerk in city history.
Carson City and the State of Nevada are in a better place because of efforts and contributions provided by Alan Glover.