Glenn Carothers, 92, of St. Helena Island, passed quietly and peacefully in his sleep, with his wife, Barbara, at his side on January 2.\nMr. Carothers was born in Elizabeth, PA on December 5, 1930, and graduated from Waynesburg College with a degree in Chemistry and hired shortly after that as part of the start-up staff of the Savannah River Nuclear Plant where he contributed greatly from 1953 until his retirement in 1987.\nMost importantly, Mr. Carothers was a good Christian and an exemplary family man married to the love of his life, Barbara, for seventy years. Together, they raised three daughters, Cathy, Marcia and Pam.\nGlenn was very active at the Carteret Street Methodist Church in Beaufort where he taught Sunday School. In addition, he spent years working with Habitat for Humanity, preached in nursing homes, donated food to those in need and would even give rides to total strangers. He did more than just believe in being a good Christian, he actively lived the life of one. He will be sorely missed by family and all who knew him.\nGlenn was preceded in death by his parents (Kenneth & Marie Carothers), brother (Eugene), and sister (Janet). He is survived by his wife (Barbara), daughters (Catherine and son-in-law Tom Huston, Marcia and son-in-law Nicholas Rukavina, and Pamela), grandchildren (Erin and husband Josh Crane and Patrick Boswell), great-grandchildren (Jamie Boswell, Connor Crane, and Jacob Crane) and brothers (Richard, William (LeAnne), Marshall (Claire) and Bruce (Wanda).\nIn Lieu of flowers, please make donations to Carteret Street United Methodist Church, 408 Carteret Street, Beaufort, South Carolina 29902.\nA memorial service will be held at The Retreat at Lady's Island, 9 Sunset Blvd, Beaufort, SC on Saturday, January 7, 2023 at 2 pm.\nAnderson Funeral Home & Crematory assisted the family.