The rodeo world suffered a painful blow earlier this month with the passing of David Glover. David was a bull rider with an illustrious history in the professional ranks, earning his way to the National Finals Rodeo on four separate occasions during the 1960s. His most successful season was in 1965, during which he finished with two second-place scores, for a final ranking of seventh in the world. David went on to help form the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association competition judging program, serving for a number of years after its inception. Even though his passing is felt at home and abroad, his memory will continue to live throughout the ages.