Tribute for Terence E. Glaser, Ph.D. (Guest book)
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Terence E. Glaser, Ph.D.

December 2, 1947 ~ October 19, 2017 (age 69)
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Message from Judy Razzano
October 25, 2017 12:38 PM

Terry is still loved and greatly missed but at least he is free of a body that betrayed him. He chose wisely when he chose Peggy. She was his angel, his champion, his advocate, and ..... his life.
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A candle was lit by Judy Razzano on October 25, 2017 12:36 PM
Message from Sally McAneny
October 25, 2017 4:35 AM

Peggy, please accept my deepest sympathy on the death of your beloved Terry. I am thinking of you with love.
Message from Neil Kauffman
October 24, 2017 1:42 PM

I had the honor of knowing Terry and Peggy for many years. Terry was a highly intelligent person who was skilled in his work in psychology and dedicated himself to serving the public interest through his many patients in the state mental health system. He also had a very good and clever sense of humor.

Both Terry and Peggy made lemonade out of the lemon they were faced with in dealing with Terry's progressive illness. They came up in recent years with highly creative and successful ways for them to get out and visit many parts of the world, including going on an African safari. Peggy was an amazing partner and was a problem solver supreme.

My heart goes out to her and all Terry's family as they deal with his huge loss. May Terry's life and his memory be for a blessing.


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Message from mary Thompson
October 23, 2017 11:00 AM

I met Terry when I first arrived at Wernersville State Hospital as a fellow psychologist. He was welcoming and was the person who most helped me to navigate the maze in a new situation. I was also fortunate enough to carpool with Terry where we enjoyed listening to "Mamma Mia" more than once! (a favorite of his and Peggy's). I know that Terry and Peggy enjoyed their travels and kept a wonderful scrapbook of their journeys (Peggy). In my eyes, theirs was a valiant and supportive journey through Terry's increasingly debilitating illness. .. Terry was a kind , loving, and humble person with a twinkle in his eye and a sense of humor despite everything. I do think the world was a better place because he was in it!
Message from Gene & Becky Shanor
October 21, 2017 8:33 PM

Knowing of Terry reaching the end to years of gradually increasing torture is both a great sorrow in our loss of his simply being, but a relief that his pain is now finally over. He was much more than a great professional. He was a great “mensch.”
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