Lloyd J. Glasper Jr., 42, auto mechanic, movie fan

November 15, 2005

Lloyd J. Glasper Jr., a retired automobile mechanic, died Wednesday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center after suffering a heart attack while undergoing dialysis at Gambro Healthcare in Lutherville. He was 42.

Mr. Glasper was born in Baltimore and raised on Druid Hill and Rubin avenues. He was a 1981 graduate of Northwestern High School.

The longtime Northwest Baltimore resident worked as an auto mechanic for Meineke Car Care Center in Glen Burnie and later for Meineke Discount Mufflers on U.S. 40 and Patapsco Avenue for nearly 15 years before retiring on a medical disability in the 1990s.

"He was a jovial person who liked people and enjoyed playing pinochle and whist," said his mother, Rosa A. Glasper of Baltimore.

Mr. Glasper enjoyed going to the movies.

He was a member of Fulton Baptist Church, 1630 W. North Ave., where services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow.

Survivors also include a son, Trevon Holly of Edgewood; two daughters, Taria Holly and Tiauna Holly, both of Edgewood; his father, Lloyd J. Glasper Sr. of Baltimore; and two sisters, Carol Sheddrick and Lisa Glasper, both of Baltimore.

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