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Harry GlaserHarry Glaser, a Holocaust survivor, passed away Oct. 16, 2012, in Denver. Rabbis Ben Greenberg and Sara Gilbert and Cantor Joel Lichterman officiated at the Oct. 17 graveside service at Rose Hill Cemetery. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

“My father was the most gentle and loving man I have ever known,” said his daughter Roberta Glaser. “His strong will, his contagious laugh and his love will be in my heart forever.”

Mr. Glaser was born Oct. 20, 1919, in Glod, Rumania.

He went to Sweden after the Holocaust.

Mr. Glaser came to the US in 1947 and moved to Denver around 1955.

He married Klara Tucker on April 7, 1957. Mrs. Glaser passed away on Sept. 23, 2004.

Mr. Glaser worked as a tailor.

He is survived by his daughter Roberta Glaser of Denver; nephews Howard (Nurit) Wedgle of Denver and Jeff (Heather) Wedgle of Denver; great-nephews Mason and Jacob Wedgle and Caleb Wedgle of Denver; great-niece Ricki Wedgle of Denver; and brother-in-law Michael Tucker of Arizona.

Contributions may be made to the Denver Dumb Friends League or Max Fund.

Copyright © 2012 by the Intermountain Jewish News

Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 November 2012 03:32 )  

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