Rickie Rae Glore

Rickie Rae Glore

June 18, 1961 – June 26, 2022

Rickie was born in Omaha on June 18, 1961. After graduating high school she moved to Milington, Tennessee where she had her first son, Donald Smith. It was in Milington that she met her husband, Robert Glore.

Rickie eventually moved back to Nebraska to be close to family, her most valued treasure in life, and it was there where she had her second son, Kyle Glore. She is survived by her husband, Robert; sons, Kyle (Nicole) Glore and Donald Smith; sister, Jodi (John) Schopen; brother, Don (Charlene) Peacock; sisters, Kay (Larry) Van Roy, Gay (Sandy) Applegate; aunts, Clemensene Zuckweiler and Connie Druskis; grandson, Oliver; the Applegate family and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

To everyone she knew, personally or in passing, it was evident that Rickie put others first. She loved to dance, cook, and spend time with the ones she loved. She will be greatly missed, but her legacy will live on forever.

MEMORIAL SERVICE: Saturday, July 2nd at 10am at the West Center Chapel.  To view a live broadcast of the Service, please visit www.heafeyheafey.com and click the “View Live Cast” button at the top of the home page.



  • Tish Walker-Halstead Posted June 28, 2022 2:18 pm

    I was blessed to have Rickie as an employee. She was so motivated, caring, intelligent and always wanted to take on more responsibility. I depended on her for so much. She dearly loved her family and talked about how Bob and she did everything together. They were a great couple. She was very loved and appreciated.
    My heartfelt sympathy goes out to her family. Her memory and legacy will never be forgotten.

  • SANDEE NIEMANN Posted June 29, 2022 1:19 pm

    I am lucky to be able to call Rickie my friend. She was the sweetest soul – willing to help anyone who asked, listened & loved with an open heart, and all with a sense of humor. Rickie loved her family more than anything and Bob, her best friend, brought a sparkle to her eyes whenever he was around or she talked about him. Although words can’t ease your pain, I hold you in my heart and send you all my love.

    Always loved, never forgotten, forever missed.

  • Kesha Posted July 1, 2022 7:26 pm

    I met Ricky and Bob 3 years ago when I moved next door. I was scared because I didn’t know anyone in the neighborhood and she made us feel welcomed. I will miss her walking the dogs and just having a conversation passing through. She will truly be missed. I will always make sure that Bob is doing ok…..

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