Courtesy of BlackVoices
Terry Glover, the managing editor of Ebony Magazine, died at age 57 on Dec. 24. The magazine announced the editor’s passing on their website on Monday, calling her an integral member of the staff and irreplaceable talent.
“Terry was the heart and soul of the EBONY team,” said editor-in-chief, Amy DuBois Barnett, in a statement. “She was one of the best editors I’ve ever worked with, and had a lovely kind demeanor and a fabulous sense of humor. The EBONY team will feel her absence every single day.”
“Terry is completely irreplaceable,” DuBois Barnett told the Chicago Tribune. “We will find someone to fill in her editorial functions, but in terms of the glue she was for our team, that’s not replaceable. We really feel her absence every single day. All of us at Ebony loved her.”