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Stephen Mark Glosser, 73 of Carlinville, Illinois formerly of Charleston, Illinois passed away Wednesday afternoon, November 2, 2022, at Carlinville Area Hospital unexpectedly. Stephen was born February 17, 1949, in Charleston, IL, a son of James and Wilma Connelly Glosser. Stephen graduated from Charleston High School with the class of 1967 and Eastern Illinois University with a degree in political science. He married Janis Marsh Winters on July 22, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada. . Stephen retired in 2013 from Pekin Insurance as a multi line insurance adjuster. Steve enjoyed tennis, traveling, debating politics, grandkids, and telling jokes. He will be missed by his dog Kya. He bragged about having the "triple curse", Cubs, Bears, and the Illini. Stephen was preceded in death by his parents, brothers; Jim and Jerry Glosser and sister, Sybil Mullins. A Celebration of Steve's life will be held later. Stephen is survived by his wife, Janis of Carlinville, IL, stepdaughter, Kristi (Pat) Drew of Carlinville, IL, stepson, Scott (Amber) Winters of Greenfield, IL, step-grandchildren; Colton Winters of Dow, Illinois, Rory and Peyton Drew, of Carlinville, Illinois, Mason and Braleigh of Greenfield, Illinois and a nephew, John Glosser of Phoenix, Arizona. Memorials may be made to Public Broadcast System or Eastern Political Science Department. Please visit www.davisandersonfuneralhome.com to leave condolences or light a candle in his memory.
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