It is with a sad and broken heart I try to write this obituary of my uncle, Grover Cleveland Bush.  Grover was born
on December 15, 1950 and entered into eternal rest on December 17, 2001.  Grover was born in Scott County to
Orbin Henry and Mary Gertrude Lucas Bush.

   Grover enjoyed fishing with his family and friends.  He attended Dungonnan High School.  He was preceded in
death by his brothers, John Henry, John Wayne, and George Albert Bush; two half brothers, Tony and Willis
Bush; and two sisters, Maxine Bush Blair and half sister, Janice Bush.

   Family survivors are Phyllis Bush Colley, Iona Robinette, Alma Dean, and Betty Prescott; one brother, Tommy
Bush; and several nieces and nephews.

   Grover, you are missed so much be each and every one that loved you.  Grover was a farmer all his life,
working with the soil.

   The last few years, Grover was very sick.  He had a hard road to travel, but never gave up until the good Lord
called him home.  Grover, this poem was picked out just for you by your niece, Suzanne Sands, to help the family
through their time of loss and to remember you by.
I’m Not Here

I’ve gone to a place where the flowers bloom
So don’t look for me in some dark tomb.
I’ve gone to a place, where love abounds,
Where angel’s harps make heavenly sounds.
I’ve gone to a place where angels take flight,
Where the sun shines eternal and there will be no more night.
I’ve gone to a place where I am so happy and free,
Where we’ll walk the streets of gold, God’s children and me.

Wrote by your Aunt Brenda Fuller who loved you very much.
Grover Cleveland Bush